October 19, 2018
Three Undergraduate Business Administration Selected As Andrew Carnegie Scholars
Each year, 40 students across Carnegie Mellon University are selected as Andrew Carnegie Scholars by the deans and department heads representing service and leadership. This year, three Undergraduate Business Administration students from the Tepper School of Business were honored with this distinction.
“Each year, we’re proud to have students from the Tepper School recognized as Andrew Carnegie Scholars,” said Jennifer Wegner, executive director of the Undergraduate Business Administration program at the Tepper School. “It’s an honor considering the drive and dedication our students show as they make a difference at the university.”
Senior Angela Huang is an international student from Taiwan with a double major in Business Administration and Human Computer Interaction. She is also a senior honors thesis candidate.
Huang serves as the president of the American Marketing Association and vice president of Finance/Operations of the Carnegie Mellon Business Association Club, an organization which seeks to prepare students for the professional world of business.
Senior Izabela Litwin is a student from Poland and is double major in Business and Statistics with a minor in Russian studies. She is a teaching assistant at the Tepper School.
Litwin co-founded and serves as president of the Polish and Central European Society. She is also the CEO of Smart Woman Securities. She previously served as chief information officer and vice president.
Senior Elisa Wang is double majoring in Business Administration and Statistics. She is a teaching assistant for the mathematics department.
On campus, she is an officer of the Asian Student Association, Vice President of Delta Delta Delta Sorority and president of Carnegie Mellon’s Women’s Ultimate Team. Wang also studied abroad in Shanghai.
“Angela, Izabela and Elisa represent the very best the Tepper School has to offer. They each have epitomized what it means to be selfless and work toward a greater school and university,” said Burton Hollifield, faculty head of the Undergraduate Business Administration program and PNC Professor of Finance.
Andrew Carnegie Scholars represent Carnegie Mellon’s standards of academic excellence, volunteerism, leadership and involvement in student organizations, athletics or the arts.