COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ALUMNI MENTOR AND
COACH STUDENTS AT ANNUAL REALTEST EVENT
On March 4, senior Management and Leadership as well as Arts and
Entertainment majors in the College of Business had the opportunity
to network with alumni and receive guidance as they participated in
managerial situation simulations during the College’s 9th annual
Real Test Event.
Activities included a mock interview and a problem-solving scenario
based on a real case study, with alumni serving as their coaches and
mentors. Students also delivered PowerPoint presentations and received
feedback from alumni. The event was organized by the Department of
Management with support from the Office of Alumni Relations. Pictured
giving a presentation are recent graduates Blair Cook ’ 16 and Alex
Campanelli ’ 16.
SPORT MANAGEMENT ALUMNI RETURN TO CAMPUS
TO DISCUSS CAREERS IN SPORTS
A standing-room only crowd of prospective students and their parents
packed the School of Law’s largest classroom recently for the Department
of Sport Management’s annual Careers-in-Sport symposium, featuring
sport management alumni and current senior students who talked about
their educational and industry experience.
Held in conjunction with the University’s Open House, the session drew
more than 100 attendees. This year’s panelists were (L-R) Philadelphia
76ers intern Matt LaCoille ’ 16, ESPN Associate Producer Emily Savino ’ 13,
Rentschler Field Operations Assistant Joe Bowker ’ 15, Boston Celtics
Inside Sales Representative Nate Russell ’ 15, Town of Sudbury Youth
Center Director Mark Simmons ’ 15, and Sport Management Association
President Frank Grimaldi ’ 16.
ANNUAL REALTEST EVENT
48TH ANNUAL ALUMNI GOLF
TOURNAMENT RAISES MORE THAN
$18,000 FOR SCHOLARSHIP
Under sunny skies, golfers at the 48th Annual Alumni Golf
Tournament on May 27 started their Memorial Day weekend
early at The Country Club of Wilbraham in Wilbraham, MA.
Presented by People’s United Bank, the event raised more
than $18,000 for the Alumni Association Golf Tournament
Endowed Scholarship. Highlights included breakfast, a post-tournament reception with hors d’oeuvres; a prize ceremony;
a silent auction; and Hole-in-One, Closest to the Pin, and
Longest Drive competitions.
Honorary Chairmen: the Moriarty family (L-R) Dick Moriarty ’78/G’84,
Steve Moriarty ’ 10, Jonathan Moriarty, and Don Moriarty ’98
People’s United Bank
Michael and Janice Flynn
East Coast Tile Group
The Gaudeau Group
Starburst Printing & Graphics