Amelia Osiecki and Noah Rosenblatt received the William Day Award and the Award for Outstanding Student Innovation, respectively.
William Day Award
Named in honor of Dr. William Day, former dean of the College of Business, this award recognizes a student for outstanding academic achievement including multi-cultural experience and language proficiency.
Amelia Osiecki ‘15
Majors: Accounting/ Business Pre-Law major, International Business Certificate
Hometown: Avon Lake, Ohio
Amelia is a member of Select Leaders, and participated in the Global Consulting Program in Dijon, France. In addition, she is a SOX 404 Fellow and the VP of Reporting for Beta Alpha Psi. She supports the Center for Entrepreneurship and the Center for International Business as Accounting Assistant, where she assisted in the administration of the Brazilian MBA program and the residential MBA trip to Poznan, Poland. After graduation, Amelia will begin her career at Crowe Horwath, LLP in Columbus.
Outstanding Student Innovation Award
Demonstrate contribution and success that are innovative or technology-related
Noah Rosenblatt ‘16
Major: Business Administration, Global Leadership certificate
Hometown: Shaker Height, Ohio
As an Honors Tutorial student, Noah undertook a project facilitated by the Global Health Challenge during the 2014 fall semester. Along with team members Seth Baker, Morgan Stanley, and Kate Clausen, Noah established a comprehensive solution to combatting malaria and other vector borne diseases in Guyana, South America. The team developed a three-pronged strategy to address the problem: planting eucalyptus trees to repel mosquitos, introducing carbon nanoparticles into standing water to kill mosquito larvae, and starting a study abroad program to bring students to Guyana to work on culturally appropriate solutions to problems such as the degrading canal and dam systems. Noah’s other activities include Select Leaders, Consulting Fellows, and Phi Kappa Theta fraternity.