NEWPORT, R.I. – Caroline McDavid-Seidner of Westport, Conn., a 2012 Salve Regina graduate who will earn her MBA in May after completing the university’s five-year program, has been awarded a fellowship from Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business, Management and Administration.
McDavid-Seidner earned her bachelor of science degree in financial management, magna cum laude. As an undergraduate at Salve Regina, she was a member of Pi Delta Pi national French honor society and Sigma Beta Delta national business honor society.
Each year, the SBD Fellowship Program awards eleven fellowships, ranging from $1,000 – $1,500, to qualifying members for use in their academic studies. McDavid-Seidner was awarded the Dr. Blanche M. Touhill Fellowship.
Each local chapter is encouraged to nominate one qualifying SBD member for the awards (and only one nomination per chapter). Recipients of the fellowships must use them for senior or master’s level study in a business degree program at a regionally accredited college or university.
Any SBD member or student who will be invited to become a member during the present academic year and will be enrolled in a business degree program at a regionally accredited college or university during the academic year following the announcement is eligible to compete in the SBD Fellowship Program. The recipient must use the fellowship in senior or master’s level study.