Congratulations are in order for 14 Clarkson University David D. Reh School of Business students who were awarded Global Business Scholarships. These 14 students were selected from a highly qualified pool of students seeking to study abroad during the spring 2022 semester. Students selected will be traveling to destinations such as Costa Rica, Iceland, Australia, Uganda/Kenya, Croatia, and Southeast Asia.
Students receiving scholarships were Natalie D’Amore ’23 an Engineering and Management (E&M) major of New Hartford, NY, Tyler Langdon ’22, E&M, of Malone, NY, Jonathan Casler ’23 Innovation & Entrepreneurship, of Rome, NY, Christopher Blount ’22 E&M, of Sandy Creek, NY, Jarrett Phinney ’22 E&M, of Baldwinsville, NY, Samuel Gallery ’22, E&M of Salt Point, NY, Michael Duran ’23, Business Studies, of Clarksburg, NJ, Megan Walseman, ’23, E&M of Castorland, NY, Nicholas LaCombe ’23 Financial Information and Analysis, of Ogdensburg, NY, Abigail Nickel ’23 I&E of Oak Park, IL, Selorm Bruce ’23, Global Supply Chain Management, of Bronx, NY, Emma Griffin ’22, E&M, of Sterling, NY, Dylan Marshall ’23, Global Supply Chain Management, of Saint Albans, VT, and Michael Welch ’22, I&E, of Liverpool, NY.
Global Business Programs provide students with exciting opportunities to expand their education to include business instruction in an international setting. Participation in a Global Business Program helps to prepare students to work and compete in an international business environment, developing an understanding of the world beyond the boundaries of the United States.
“This is one more example of our commitment to inclusive excellence. We want every student at the Reh School to make the most of the Global Business Experience and these scholarships are a significant step in that direction,” said Diego Nocetti, Interim Dean of the Reh School.
The Reh School develops business leaders who combine business acumen, analytical thinking, technical expertise, and a global perspective to benefit business and society. Its hands-on approach to business education is accredited by AACSB and has a proven track record of success; Reh School graduates enjoy placement rates, starting salaries, and career mobility that are among the best in the nation.