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Tuesday, April 24
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Business honors group hears professor, instructor

A successful graduate and a popular retiring veteran instructor shared wisdom as the Saint Michael’s Department of Business Administration and Accounting held its 15th Induction Ceremony of the Saint Michael's College chapter of Sigma Beta Delta, an international honor society that recognizes outstanding academic scholarship and achievement for students in business, management, and administration.

Monday, April 23
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Students learn business dinner etiquette

The Saint Michael’s College Business Society on April 18, 2018, held its second annual Business Etiquette Dinner. Led by Professor Robert Letovsky of the Department of Business Administration & Accounting, the event focused on helping Saint Michael’s students develop some basic strategies in terms of do’s and don’ts if they are invited to a meal during the job interview process.

Tortolano to give varied May chapel organ concert

The acoustically reverberant Saint Michael's College Chapel will feature the two-manual, 16-stop Casavant pipe organ in concert on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., when Dr. William Tortolano, professor emeritus of fine arts and College organist emeritus, will perform an eclectic program

Friday, April 20
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Jobs picture strong for St. Mike's accounting grads

A recent networking event for Saint Michael’s College accounting students with successful alumni accountants, when considered alongside statistics just gathered by business department officials about the career prospects of the College’s accounting graduates, paints an optimistic employment picture for those in one of the College’s most popular majors. Ten Saint Michael’s College accounting alumni who graduated between 2003 and 2015 joined five Business Administration and Accounting faculty and more than 20 current Saint Michael’s students in Pomerleau Alumni Center Thursday evening, April 19, for the department’s Careers in Accounting Panel & Networking event.

Thursday, April 19
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Fulbrighters heading to Malaysia, Spain, Brazil

Two Saint Michael’s College students and a recent graduate learned this week that they have been awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Scholarships, making this “the most successful student Fulbright Scholarship year in the school’s history,” according to Patricia Siplon, professor of political science and the College’s undergraduate fellowship coordinator for the past five years. The winners' destinations are Malaysia, Spain and Brazil, with an alternate who would head to Indonesia.

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