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Smeal's third dean, J.D. Hammond, has held a lot of titles at Penn State: associated professor, Elliott Professor, chair, dean, and emeritus. Now, thanks to the 2011 Penn State Honorary Alumni Award, he has a new one: alumnus.
As he leads Smeal alumni in Penn State's $2 billion fundraising campaign, For the Future: The Campaign for the Penn State Students, alumnus Bryon Deysher '77 reflects on his own experience at Penn State enriched his life and placed him on the path to success.
The Smeal Alumni Society Board recently held its awards dinner, presenting honors to seven Smeal alumni and students.
Smeal's mentoring program, now in its second year, fosters relationships that allow alumni to share their experiences, knowledge and advice with current students.
Twenty years after their landmark $10 million gift, the legacy of Frank and Mary Jean Smeal lives on at their namesake Smeal College of Business.
At its annual awards ceremony, the Smeal Alumni Society Board honored five alumni and two students for their outstanding achievement and unwavering commitment to the college and the University.
Since graduating from the Smeal College of Business in 2002, Farnoosh Torabi has built a career around giving advice on financial independence and money management through newspaper columns, a television series, magazine articles, national talk show appearances, and her first book, You're So Money: Live Rich Even When You Are Not.
Smeal Alumnus Takes Supplies to Haiti
John Arnold, '87 MBA and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Petroleum Products Corporation, recently traveled to Jacmel, Haiti to deliver supplies. View footage from his journey and the delivery of the supplies.
All around the world, Smeal alumnus Aldo Magazzeni ’72 breaks down cultural barriers to build relationships, help forgotten communities, and teach people in need.
After more than 14 years as a member of the Alumni Society Board, Suzanne Harnett ‘92 takes over the role of president to lead the board in its mission of connecting Smeal alumni, students, and faculty.
At its annual awards ceremony, the Smeal Alumni Society Board honored seven alumni and students for their outstanding commitment to the college.
Through his generous support of the Smeal MBA Program, alumnus Harvey Kimmel '64, along with his wife, Virginia, is responding to the needs of minority students and inspiring others with his philanthrophic spirit.