Business

Matt Ferber ’10 Looks at the Economics of the Pharmaceutical Industry

February 18, 2009

Matt Ferber ’10 Looks at the Economics of the Pharmaceutical Industry

posted in Academic News

tagged with ,

Economics and business major and varsity football player writes about his externship with Vince Petitto ’89 at Pfizer in New York City My externship experience at Pfizer headquarters in New York City exceeded all of my expectations. Vince had a very detailed schedule prepared for Mark and me, which allowed us to meet a lot [...]

Lafayette College

December 18, 2008

Thriving in a Man’s World

posted in Alumni

tagged with ,

Sherry Welsh ’85 brings unique perspective to global auto supplier By Nora Isaacs ’94 When Sherry Welsh ’85 walked into her first meeting of the North American Sales Team at automotive supply giant ArvinMeritor, she discovered only one other woman among the 40 team members. But that didn’t faze her. As she’s moved up the [...]

Lafayette College

May 5, 2008

The Golden Touch

posted in Alumni

tagged with ,

Successes of Bryan Satterlee ’56 lead Harvard Business School to take notice By Dan Edelen When people at IBM, then in its mainframe computer heyday, discovered that Bryan Satterlee ’56 wanted to leave the company after ten years, they thought he’d lost his mind. “For three months, IBM had a psychiatrist interview me to see [...]

Lafayette College

April 28, 2008

Corporate Matchmaker

posted in Alumni

tagged with , , ,

Tom Neff ’59 has earned a reputation as the nation’s top executive search professional By Dan Edelen Conventional wisdom claims that CEOs wield the power in the business world. However, the truly wise pay attention to those behind the boardroom curtain, such as Tom Neff ’59. His discreet orchestrations as the top executive search professional [...]

Lafayette College

March 11, 2008

Eduardo Diaz ’10 Receives Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship

posted in Academic News, Involved, Focused, and Active Students, News and Features, Student Profiles, Students

tagged with , , , ,

Scholarship includes tuition assistance and paid internship at Morgan Stanley Economics and business major Eduardo Diaz ’10 (Quito, Ecuador) has received the Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship. The scholarship provides qualified undergraduate underrepresented minority students with a two-year academic scholarship and a paid internship in the firm’s Institutional Securities and Information Technology businesses the [...]

Lafayette College

July 12, 2005

Hart Feuer ’05 is Awarded Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholarship

posted in Academic News, Involved, Focused, and Active Students, News and Features, Student Profiles, Students

tagged with , , , ,

He is Lafayette’s second recipient of the award in two years Hart Feuer of Portland, Ore., who graduated in May with a double major in economics & business and German, has been awarded a Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is awarding 76 scholarships this year to seniors or recent graduates [...]