The Spring 2015 issue of Providence College Magazine is out, and we’ve rounded up the top School of Business stories for your reading pleasure:
- Empowering Women to Improve Economic Development: The African Leadership Academy is a high school in Johannesburg, South Africa, that selects the top students from all 54 African nations for two years of study in entrepreneurship, leadership, and service, with the goal of shaping future leaders for the continent. In her junior year of high school, Marie-Florence Koikou ’16, a finance major, became one of them. Read more here or on Page 44 of the magazine.
- A New Home for the PCSB: The Providence College School of Business will have a state-of-the-art home thanks to a $5 million gift from Arthur F. Ryan ’63 & ’90Hon. and his wife, Patricia. Read more here or on Page 48 of the magazine.
- Friars’ Men’s Hockey Team Channels Drew Brown ’16: Recognized for its physical grit and relentless determination, the Friars’ men’s hockey team modeled its persona after teammate Drew Brown ’16, a marketing major, in its resolute drive to the NCAA Championship. Read more here or on Page 4 of the magazine.
- Margaret Ruggieri Retires: The assistant professor of accountancy wrapped up her final semester as a full-time faculty member this spring. Read more here or on Page 57 of the magazine.