DiFranco got another step closer to his goal of working at the intersection of business and technology when he was selected for the Richards Fellowship, which seeks out a top student in the MEM program each year.
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Weatherhead offers six business-related majors, seven minors, four concentrations, and two integrated master's programs. Students at Weatherhead also take advantage of internship and career development opportunities, study abroad programs, and student clubs that host events to network and connect with other undergraduates, alumni and potential future employers.
Weatherhead students, along with Professor of Banking and Finance Scott Fine, attended the Undergraduate Wall Street Trek, a unique networking opportunity in NYC led and paid for entirely by CWRU alumni.
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ChromaSense, a lab safety application made up of team members Hannah Cao (business management and psychology major, '19), Matthew Lee (marketing major, '19), and Shiva Sridar (biochemistry major, '19), placed first in the annual Launch CWRU Weekend.