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Program Mentors & Faculty

Program Mentors

Huntsman Scholars are assigned into sections of 35-40 students. Each section is led by a program mentor who meets with students individually, in small groups, and with the entire section each semester. The focus of the mentoring is to provide students an avenue to discuss career and life goals and for faculty mentors to assist with and to assess each student’s professional development.

Program Faculty

Each Huntsman Scholar course is taught by our incredible faculty in smaller sections. The Huntsman Scholar courses provide students an atmosphere where they are surrounded by other highly-driven students to learn with and learn from. Faculty participating in the Huntsman Scholar Program for 2019-2020 include the following:

Ben Blau

Benjamin Blau

FIN 3200: Financial Management

Christopher Fawson

Christopher Fawson

ECN 2010: Intro Microeconomics

Rick Hardcopf

Rick Hardcopf

MGT 3700: Operations Management

Daniel Holland

Daniel Holland

BUS 1800: Lab 4 - Entrepreneurial Spirit

Matthew Jaremski

Matthew Jaremski

MGT 1050: Foundations of Business Leadership

Susan Madsen

Susan Madsen

MSLE 3800: Leadership

Sepideh Mohammad

Sepideh Mohammad

ECN 1500: Intro Econ Institutions

Blake Nemelka

Blake Nemelka

BUS 1500: Lab 1 -Leadership

Lucas Rentschler

Lucas Rentschler

BUS 1600: Lab 2- Analytical Rigor

Alexander Romney

Alexander Romney

MSLE 3800: Leadership

Eric Schulz

Eric Schulz

MSLE 3500: Fundamentals of Marketing

Chad Simon

Chad Simon

ACCT 2010: Financial Accounting Principles
Bus 1700: Lab 3 - Global Vision (London Experience)