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Boston Chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI) Presents 2010 Scholarship to Bentley University Junior Jonas Grazulis
The Boston Chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI) named Bentley University junior Jonas Grazulis a 2010 Scholarship winner at the annual Academic Awards Dinner on April 14, 2010. Criteria for the scholarship includes outstanding academic achievements, along with extracurricular activities and leadership.
Among Grazulis' accomplishments, FEI noted his essay on failure of corporate management and regulation in the last decade, particularly leading up to the recent recession. Majoring in Economics-Finance, with a second Liberal Studies major focusing on Global Perspectives, Grazulis is also researching use of neural networks in solving financial time series forecasting problems. He is a student operations associate at the Bentley Conference Center, and has served as marketing chair of the Campus Activities Board Traditions Committee. He has completed internships at John Hancock, and founded an Internet service company that provides web, game, and file servers for up to 90 active customers.
FEI is an organization of senior financial managers that provides professional development, technical research and public policy input to support managers in the performance of their duties.
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