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Babson Center names 2016 Carey Fellows

01.21.14

2016 Carey Fellows Halsey Huth, Hannah Glaw,Andrew Moots, Shane Xu, and Leonce Nshuti.
Above, from left: Halsey Huth, Hannah Glaw, Andrew Moots, Shane Xu, and Leonce Nshuti.

 

Five sophomore students have been selected as recipients of the 2016 Carey Fellowships. The Carey Fellows Program is the honors track for business minors at Sewanee. 

The new Carey Fellows, announced at a reception in their honor on January 20, are:

  • Hannah Glaw, of Austin, TX.
  • Halsey Huth, of Riverside, CT.
  • Andrew F. Moots, of Norcross, GA.
  • Leonce Nshuti, of Rwanda.
  • Sichen (Shane) Xu, of China.

Carey Fellows complete all the requirements for the business minor. They also take two additional seminar courses and spend one semester of their junior year off-campus in a paid internship.

Completion of a Carey Fellowship is a mark of distinction for students with career goals in management, international business, and finance. Carey Fellows also receive a scholarship. A certificate awarded at graduation recognizes the completion of additional requirements designed to prepare Fellows for leadership positions in global commerce.

To learn more about the Carey Fellowships, click here. To learn more about the business minor, click here.

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