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Allegheny College and Duquesne University Palumbo-Donahue School of Business Join Forces

A new articulation agreement will enhance the admission of Allegheny College students into any of five master’s degree programs at the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh: Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) MBA Sustainable Business Practices (MBA-SBP) Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS-SCM) Master of Science in Management (MSM)

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Allegheny College Launches Renaissance Vision with Strategic Realignment to Become Leading Multidisciplinary Institution for Future Generations

Allegheny College, one of the nation’s oldest and most innovative four-year colleges where multidisciplinary learning breaks the conventional mold, has announced its president’s Renaissance Vision and a new administrative realignment to become a leading college for future generations — preparing students for a life, not merely a job. The new structure will be fully implemented

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Ellen V. Johnson Appointed Vice President for Enrollment Management at Allegheny College

Following a national search, Allegheny College President Hilary L. Link announced today that Ellen V. Johnson has been appointed as vice president for enrollment management at Allegheny. Johnson will assume her new position on March 23, 2021. Johnson will serve as the chief enrollment officer and will have oversight of institutional marketing and communications for

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Allegheny College Designated Voter Friendly Campus Through National Nonpartisan Initiative

Allegheny College has been designated as a Voter Friendly Campus through an initiative led by two national nonpartisan organizations — the Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project and NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. The initiative held participating institutions accountable for planning and implementing practices that encouraged their students to register and vote

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Virtual Career Conversations Event Brings the Power of the Allegheny College Alumni Network to Students

It’s indeed a familiar routine for many college students seeking their first professional position: Search. Click. Apply. Repeat. And hope to hear back. Even with thousands of opportunities just a website visit away, more than 80 percent of job seekers ultimately report finding employment through some form of personal contact, said Allegheny College Director of

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Allegheny Students Compete at College’s Second Annual Financial Literacy Challenge

The Bruce R. Thompson Center for Business and Economics at Allegheny College held its second annual Financial Literacy Challenge on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, with 23 Allegheny students presenting personal financial budgets and investing plans appropriate for life after graduation. The top four finishers, who together received $5,000 in prizes and trophies, will advance to

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A Year Like No Other: The Allegheny Year in Review, 2020 Edition

It’s almost time to bid adieu to 2020, a challenging year to say the least, but not before revisiting those events, honors and milestones that brought Gator pride and smiles to the faces of Alleghenians, no matter where they were in the world. From setting fundraising records to launching a new branding campaign to bringing

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