Class of 1992
He serves chemicals and petroleum industry Unlike most of his fellow alumni, George Haines ’92 pays less than $1 for a gallon of gas. That’s because he lives in Bahrain, where he is an associate principal for CRA International. “I’m a management consultant in the chemicals and petroleum industry and so I work with companies [...]
Cody Sumpter ’11 writes about his experiences in his First-Year Seminar Cody Sumpter ’11 (Branchburg, N.J.) is currently taking the First-Year Seminar “Entrepreneurial Environment: Exploring Innovation, Risk and Value.” The course is taught by Rose Marie Bukics, Jones Professor of Economics & Business. The economics and business major is also a member of the golf [...]
He’s been financial chief for Minor League Baseball since 1997 As incoming president of the South Atlantic League of minor league baseball, Eric Krupa ’92 is moving his way up in the sports world. Perhaps the first Lafayette student to graduate as a mathematics-economics major, Krupa took an entry-level position with Merrill Lynch after graduation. [...]
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