Arnold Scholarship Recipients

A list of Management students who have received Arnold Scholarships.

Scholarship Criteria

Each year the Department of Management and Organization offers several scholarships to outstanding students majoring in Management. The scholarships are funded by the Department of Management and Organization Excellence Fund, an endowment started by John M. Arnold. Mr. Arnold is the CEO of PPC Lubricants, and is a member of the Smeal College of Business Board of Visitors.

Scholarships are awarded each Spring semester, based upon the following criteria:

  • Semester 7 or 8 (senior)*
  • Major in management*
  • Minimum GPA of 3.25*
  • Involvement in Management & Organization Student Organizations+
  • Involvement in Smeal Student Organizations*
  • Leadership position(s) in M&O or Smeal Student Organizations+
  • Evidence of academic achievement through faculty-directed research or independent study groups+
  • Community service/volunteering+

* Required

+ Preferred

2018 Recipients 

Portrait of Chad Brubaker.

Chad Brubaker

Chad is a senior from DuBois, PA in his last semester at Penn State University Park. He is majoring in Management with a concentration in Organizational Leadership. Chad is the Vice President of Social Affairs for the Professional Management Association (PMA). 

Portrait of Julia Corriston.

Julia Corriston

Julia is a Management major with a concentration in Human Capital. Last summer, Julia interned at Legends Hospitality in their Human Resources department. After graduation, she will be joining the EY People Advisory Services team in Los Angeles. Her interest in consulting started after she joined the independent consulting practicum in her freshman year. She has completed four semesters of research and was a member of Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations (SCNO), Smeal Human Capital Student Consultants (SHCSC) and Women in Business (WIB).

Portrait of Hannah McEntire.

Hannah McEntire

Hannah is a senior majoring in Management with a concentration in Human Capital. She started her degree at Penn State Mont Alto, and quickly found her passion for Human Resources, deciding to become a Smeal College of Business student here at University Park. She spent the past year as the Executive Director of the Smeal Human Capital Student Consultants (SHCSC). This past summer, Hannah had the opportunity to intern with Carlisle Construction Materials in their Training and Development department where she continues to work remotely through the school year using instructional design to develop their on-boarding program. Hannah is extremely grateful for all the experience Smeal has given her and looks forward to her career after graduation.

Portrait of Lauren Mazur.

Lauren Mazur

Lauren is a senior majoring in Management with a concentration in Organizational Leadership. During the two years Lauren has been at University Park, she has been involved as an intern for Smeal Alumni Career Services and a proctor for the Business Core Office within Smeal. While at Penn State Abington’s Campus, she was involved in SGA as a general member and ENACTUS as Secretary and Co-Chair of the Career Closet. Lauren will be graduating in May, and has been on the Dean’s List for eight consecutive semesters.

Portrait of Jillian Morello.

Jillian Morello

Jillian is a senior from Easton, Pennsylvania.  She is majoring in Management with a concentration in Organizational Leadership with a Legal Environment of Business minor. After graduation, she plans to work for the Walt Disney Company.

 

Portrait of Nicole Nygard.

Nicole Nygard

Nicole is a senior majoring in Management with a concentration in Human Capital. She attended Penn State Mont Alto for two years before coming to University Park. During her time at Mont Alto, she was SGA president and that experience helped her grow her professional network. Nicole took that experience and applied it to new opportunities at University Park and soon she will be able to use these in a career! Nicole hopes to work in recruiting or training upon graduation in May.