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Jeanine Grillo, Class of 2016, a finance major presented her paper, “No Child Left Behind; a
comparison of educational initiatives in Finland vs. The United States” on June 22, 2013 at the Eighth Annual HAGAN:IONA -CIBER:UCON Summer Symposium.  The paper addressed the underlying qualities that contribute to the success of Finland’s education system, and the lessons to be learned for the American educational system. In her paper, she addressed the educational laws of each country and provided a comparative analysis of the academic structures.  Jeanine wrote the paper for Prof. Cahill’s International Law class, and was recommended by Prof. Cahill for submission to the symposium.  Prof. Cahill provided mentoring and served as an editor of Jeanine’s paper.

The student case study team members Christopher Antonecchia, Class of 2014, Jennifer Gill, Class of 2014, Candice Zugibe, Class of 2014, and Caitlin Zungoli, Class of 2015, mentored by Professor Christine Cahill, won third place honors in the second annual student case-study competition focusing on business ethics at the annual meeting of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) April 2013 in Orlando, Florida. The case-study competition provides students with an opportunity to showcase their ability to analyze a case, and to identify and discuss recommendations for action in an ethical and thoughtful manner.

Professor Christine Cahill, Assistant Dean School of Business and Assistant Professor of Business Administration, was awarded The East Coast Conference 2012-13 ECC Faculty Appreciation Award in recognition for her support of intercollegiate athletics and student-athletes at the College.

Dr. Meghan Mihal and her student Kathryn Krupa, Class of 2013, had their paper "Salary Discrimination in MLB: Revisited" accepted for presentation at the Eastern Economic Association's Annual Meetings in Boston. The paper was presented on March 10, 2012.



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