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Alloy Silverstein distributes business scholarships to Rutgers students

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May 5, 2011

Philadelphia-area accounting firm Alloy, Silverstein, Shapiro, Adams, Mulford, Cicalese, Wilson & Co. announced the recipients of their scholarship fund in partnership with Sallie Mae at Rutgers University School of Business-Camden.

The annual scholarships are based on academic performance and available to full-time students of the business school. The firm employs many Rutgers alumni and undergraduate interns.

“We recognize that in today’s challenging economic climate and job market, providing aspiring professionals with an invaluable education is more crucial than ever,” said Reynold P. Cicalese, Alloy Silverstein managing shareholder and Rutgers alum, in a statement. “We’re presenting the recipients—and our own interns—the opportunity to take part in shaping the future of the business world. The firm is honored to continue this program and its thriving relationship with the university community.”

The scholarship recipients are:

•    Steven Byrd, a senior marketing major from Blackwood, N.J.
•    Lindsey Good, a senior marketing major from Woodbury, N.J.  
•    Brian R. Greene, a senior finance major from Mantua, N.J.
•    Kristin Koloski, a sophomore accounting major from Cinnaminson, N.J.
•    Adamantios J. Moraitis, a senior finance major from Pennsauken, N.J.  
•    Peng C. Ni, a senior accounting major from Cherry Hill, N.J.  
•    Jonathan N. Patouhas, a senior finance major from Marlton, N.J.  
•    Gergana N. Pesheva, a senior accounting major from Cherry Hill, N.J.  
•    Andrew W. Rosenman, a senior accounting major from Cherry Hill, N.J.

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