January 27, 2021
Center for Financial Analysis welcomes new cohort to Financial Analyst Program
The Financial Analyst Program, managed by the Center for Financial Analysis in the College of Business Administration, is a selective program focused on preparing students for careers in high-end investment management, investment banking and the buy-side of financial markets. Students accepted into the program have the opportunity to attend high-value speaker events, alumni networking in target industries trips to various financial centers across the country, finance conference participation and resources to better prepare for post-college careers.
The Center for Financial Analysis welcomes the following 15 new students to the program starting this spring:
Adam Baruth, freshman and Menard Family Scholar, De Soto.
From Greater Kansas City: Camden Tews, sophomore, Olathe; Parker Larson, sophomore, Abby Quigley, junior, Yididiya Tolla, sophomore, and Gabriel Whitehair, sophomore, all from Overland Park; Alexandra Klaudt, sophomore, Shawnee; and Hugo Nascimento, freshman and Menard Family Scholar, Shawnee and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
From Manhattan: William Bannister, freshman and Menard Family Scholar; Hayden Gwinner, sophomore; and Hannah Higgins, freshman and Menard Family Scholar.
Emma Stegman, freshman and Menard Family Scholar, Wamego; and Andrew Nordberg, freshman, Wichita.
From Missouri: Alexander Cornwell, sophomore, Kansas City; and Sydney Henry, junior, St. Louis.