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The Daly News

News and doings from Daly Hall.

  • As part of the George Washington Leadership Series, on Nov. 14, CNBC’s Rick Santelli will moderate a discussion with Jeffrey M. Lacker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, and Brian Rogers, chairman and CIO of T. Rowe Price.

  • Students and local entrepreneurs will have a chance to pitch their ideas on the STRT1UP Road Show bus, which kicks off its annual Maryland tour on Sept. 10 in Martha Washington Square.
  • The faculty and students of the Department of Business Management mourn the passing of Stanley “Stan” Schottland, one of the department’s most generous benefactors and an inspirational leader for countless Washington College students.
  • During a summer internship with Rondar Raceboats, varsity sailor and business major Mason Sheen ’17 helped secure a major sales contract with the Gulf Yachting Association for a high-performance boat selected for its prestigious interclub Capdevielle Series.

  • The well known champion of financial reform, twice named the second most powerful woman in the world, will be the College’s first female president. She starts her new job August 1.
  • Anticipating international development work in his native Africa, Kwadwo Frimpong ’09 is pursuing his second advanced degree at Columbia University.

  • 2015 Literary House Press Intern Nick Anstett writes about the intersection of creative writing and business in the world of literary editing and publishing.
  • The former FDIC chair, who demonstrated tenacity and foresight during one of the nation’s most challenging economic times, will speak about the financial crisis.
  • The Board of Visitors and Governors has approved six faculty promotions in five departments—two in modern languages and one each in education, business management, sociology, and chemistry.

  • As a part of Path to Passion, Alumni Relations hosted an Alumni Entrepreneurship Panel on October 20 in the Center for Career Development.
  • Bryan Botti graduated from Washington College in 2012 with a major in Business Management.
  • The popular professor of business management was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award and the Gold Pentagon Award for service to the College.
  • Thanks to connections she made while studying abroad in Hong Kong, Lily Britt is spending the summer interning at one of the world’s leading supply chain management firms. 

  • Students network with other socially conscious entrepreneurs and share their experiences with ongoing projects: Soap for Hope, Shore Marketing, Sprout to Action and Garden Boxes.
  • During her internship at the Washington Center, Tracey Kamen ’17 is living, working, and learning in the heart of Washington D.C. For a political science major, what’s not to like?
  • Teris Pantazes, founder of Seven Seas Energy, will speak Monday, March 23 in Goldstein Hall.
  • Comedy Central marketing executive Don Steele, a 1991 graduate of Washington College, returns to campus February 26 to talk about how he engages the channel’s fans on social media. His talk begins at 4 p.m. in Hynson Lounge.
  • Organized by Washington College professor Andrew Oros and the East-West Center in DC, a panel of experts will offer perspectives on Maryland’s trade, security and cultural relations with Asia. It convenes Wednesday, February 18, at 5 p.m. in Hynson Lounge.
  • Belcamp, MD, Dec. 4.Professor Susan Vowels took two students on a tour of the Lifoam Industries plant in Belcamp. The visit, sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of APICS, the Association for Operations Management, enabled students to see MIS concepts in the industrial workplace. 
  • Math major and Business Management and Political Science minor Marissa Restaino ’13 demonstrated her wow factor during an internship at Glenmede Trust Company.