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The HWS Update

Thanks to Chair Emeritus of the Board of Trustees L. Thomas Melly ’52, L.H.D. ’02, students gain skills to succeed in finance careers.   Over the next six months, 60 HWS students will participate in the Pillars of Wall Street program, working through self-paced online training modules to gain valuable skills that will prepare them

Former eBay executive Harry Temkin ’89 joins DriveWealth, a pioneer in fractional investing and embedded finance, as Chief Information Officer. DriveWealth recently announced the hire of Harry Temkin ’89, who brings more than 30 years of experience in financial services and e-commerce. Temkin last served as Vice President of Seller Experience at eBay, managing an

How Hobart and William Smith Does Business: Beginning in the fall of 2021, HWS will offer a Master of Science in Management that will allow students to complete a bachelor’s and master’s degree in as few as four years. This week, the New York State Office of Higher Education approved Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ new

Tyler Pierson ’21 accepts position at one of the world’s largest financial services institutions, Prudential Financial. Graduating with a major in economics and a minor in entrepreneurial studies, Tyler Pierson ’21 will begin working as a financial advisor for Prudential. Serving clients worldwide, the financial service firm provides life insurance, health insurance, retirement and other

Peggy Wagner ’21 Lands Post at Liberty Mutual Insurance Economics major and mathematics minor Peggy Wagner ’21 accepted a position with Liberty Mutual Insurance. As an associate in the analyst development program, Wagner will use quantitative evidence to help guide her work. She previously held an internship with the company. Wagner believes her participation in

Isabelle Foisy ’22 begins a finance internship at the mathematics computing software company in May. At MathWorks, which specializes in data analytics and simulation, economics major Isabelle Foisy ’22 is looking forward to a “comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of finance and how it fits into business operations.” MathWorks, which develops mathematical computing software for scientists,

After graduation, Daniel Masino ’21 will pursue his M.B.A. at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. A Trustee Scholar, Daniel Masino ’21 has leveraged his leadership experiences on campus into an acceptance at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. The economics major with a minor in entrepreneurial studies intends to pursue his M.B.A.

Geneva’s downtown businesses have a new avenue to reach their patrons thanks to a collaboration between HWS graduates and community members. The Geneva Business Improvement District, led by Executive Director Michael Mills ’96, offers a new interactive technology to engage visitors and boost local businesses through a partnership with Brightr Travel, the destination experience and

In June, Ryan Righi ’21 will begin a graduate program at the University of Notre Dame. Ryan Righi ’21, an economics major and entrepreneurial studies minor, has been accepted into the M.S. in management graduate business program at the University of Notre Dame. While a little nervous about this next step, Righi says HWS prepared

In conjunction with the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education, Paine Lake Global founder Robert Philips ’88 invites students to apply for a summer program to learn about hotel and Airbnb management. Students interested in hotel and Airbnb management are invited to apply for summer internships with Paine Lake Global, a company that assists