BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The Frank L. Ciminelli Family
Career Resource Center and the Credit-Bearing Internship
Program in the University at Buffalo School of Management
honored business professionals, students and companies on April 25
at an awards reception at The Buffalo Club.
McCallion ’01, vice president in the Controllers
Department within the Finance Division at Goldman Sachs, was named
the Career Resource Center (CRC) Alumnus of the Year, an honor
given to an alumnus who has made a meaningful contribution to the
career development of UB School of Management students as a
participant in CRC programs or a champion for the school in the
The Recruiter of the Year award went to Bill Deck, program
director of finance transformation at IBM Corp., for making a
significant impact in recruiting School of Management students.
M&T Bank was lauded as the Recruiting Organization of the
Year. Kelly Greenauer, vice president of human resources, accepted
the award for M&T.
The Credit-Bearing Internship Program (CBIP) named three Interns
of the Year. The students and their internship placements were
Caitlin Curry of Getzville, FBI; Stephen Davis of Tonawanda,
M&T Bank; and Kathleen Stack of Buffalo, Women &
Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
The CBIP also presented three Intern Supervisor of the Year
awards to honor supervisors for their contributions to the
professional development of the UB interns who worked for them. The
honorees accepted interns during every semester last year and were
nominated by their interns. The recipients were Dave Harper,
president, Transportation and Consolidation Services at Sonwill
Distribution Center; Sara Root, senior project manager, Eric Mower
+ Associates; and Kim Krug, owner, Monkey See, Monkey
Delaware North Cos. was honored with the Outstanding Internship
Organization award for providing opportunities last year for 10
interns to participate in robust projects across multiple areas of
the company. Accepting the award was Thomas Barney, vice president
of finance for parks and resorts.
The Nonprofit Internship Site of the Year was awarded to Horizon
Health, a consistent internship partner for five years with strong
positive reviews from students. Rachel Gibb, human resource
generalist, accepted the award.
Finally, the New Internship Partner award went to The CementBloc
Inc., a multichannel communications and marketing agency for health
and wellness companies based in New York City.
Private, public and nonprofit organizations may recruit interns
through the CBIP for business-related projects. For more
information, visit mgt.buffalo.edu/internships or call the
CBIP office at 716-645-3233.
The UB School of Management is recognized for its emphasis on
real-world learning, community and economic impact, and the global
perspective of its faculty, students and alumni. The school also
has been ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek, the Financial Times,
Forbes and U.S. News & World Report for the quality of its
programs and the return on investment it provides its graduates.
For more information about the UB School of Management, visit mgt.buffalo.edu.