Dominion Distinguished Scholar Award Presented at Duquesne
Duquesne University student Nicole Carfang of Delmont received the 2013 Dominion Distinguished Scholar Award, which is is presented to the graduating senior of the Palumbo•Donahue School of Business who best exemplifies the intellect, character and business insight needed to succeed in today's global economy.
Carfang, president of Duquesne's Sports Marketing Association for the last four years, helped to establish a mentoring program that links Duquesne students to Pittsburgh Public School children. A tutor on campus, Carfang has helped others in the business school to gain the skills they need.
Also active in the American Marketing Association, Carfang earned a 3.75 grade point average in the majors of marketing and sports marketing.
She received the award from Don Houser, director of Northeast State and Local Affairs, Dominion Resources Inc. The keynote address at the event, the annual Senior/Alumni Business School Luncheon, was delivered by Lori Bishop Andrews, CFA, vice president and senior investment advisor, Hawthorn, PNC Family Wealth.
Started in 1983, this event honors the current year's business school graduates and provides students with an opportunity to interact with alumni.
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