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March 2011

DEAR ALUMNI & FRIENDS,

Dean Sartarelli

At the beginning of March, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked our Undergraduate Program in the TOP 100 (# 90) in the country. This is the first time in the 60 years of the College that we have ascended to such heights.

Knowing the quality of faculty, staff and students who labor at this institution and the types of individuals who have graduated from B&E over the years and gone on to great success in their careers, it is with great humility and pride that we accept this recognition.

THANK YOU FACULTY, STAFF, STUDENTS AND ALUMNI FOR THIS ACHIEVEMENT.

In March, U.S. News and World Report came out with its ranking of Graduate Programs. It ranked B&E #124 overall, but on several categories the College scored in the TOP 100:

  • Mean undergraduate GPA: # 37
  • Acceptance rate: # 73
  • Employment rate at graduation: # 33
  • Employment rate three months after graduation: #97

Although these rankings bode well for the future, obviously the job is not done yet. Our challenge is to continue elevating our College, continue pursuing excellence in everything we do so that it can occupy its right place among its peers.

Below you will find more on our four-year College, an upcoming anniversary celebration, and many other exciting stories:

 

Regards,

Jose V. Sartarelli, Ph.D.
Milan Puskar Dean

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