iCons Featured Nationally in Chemical & Engineering News

Chemical & Engineering News Story on iCons, May 26, 2014

You've all heard that the job market is tough, especially for college graduates trying to break into the pharmaceutical industry. What you may not have heard is how the iCons Program is specially built to give students opportunities to learn the attitudes, knowledge, and skills to land pharma jobs and to succeed in such a tough environment. Chemical & Engineering News, the main periodical of the American Chemical Society, recently featured iCons in this context; to read more, please see: http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/i21/Universities-Tailor-Programs-Meet-Pha....

iCons Featured in Boston Business Journal

The iCons Program's unique partnership with Waters Corp is making headlines. Read the full story in the Boston Business Journal: Waters Corp Poses Real-World Problem for UMass

iCons Program Director honored at National Society of Leadership and Success ceremony

UMass NSLS induction ceremony

At the annual induction ceremony for the UMass chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success on Saturday, April 26th, iCons Program Director Scott Auerbach received an award for excellence in teaching for his work in creating the iCons Program.

Professor Auerbach was nominated for the honor by two iCons scholars. Joanne Johnson of the Second Wave serves as the Vice President of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and Erin Amato of the First Class serves on its Executive Board. iCons Second Wave scholars LeeAnn Monteverde and Debbie Tschong, who are studying abroad this semester, are also members of the Society.

Photo: UMass Chancellor Dr. Kumble R. Subbaswamy, iCons Second Wave scholar Joanne Johnson, iCons First Class scholar Erin Amato, and iCons Program Director Professor Scott Auerbach.

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