Clarks Summit residents Daniel Mahoney and Rose Sebastianelli awarded fellowships

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SCRANTON — University of Scranton professors Daniel Mahoney, Ph.D. ’81, G’85, accounting, and Rose Sebastianelli, Ph.D., operations and information management, were awarded the three-year William and Elizabeth Burkavage Fellowship in Business Ethics and Social Responsibility for 2018-21.

The endowed fellowship was established in 2009 by William J. and Judith G. Burkavage in memory of (his parents) William and Elizabeth Burkavage, and provides support to assist University faculty in new research on issues of sustainability, social responsibility and business ethics.

Mahoney and Sebastianelli are award-winning professors who have focused much of their teaching and scholarship in areas related ethics and social responsibility.

Mahoney was named the Kania School of Management Professor of the Year five times, receiving the honor most recently earlier this year. In 2001, he was selected Teacher of the Year by the university’s graduating class. He was also named the university’s CASE Professor of the Year, and received the university’s Alpha Sigma Nu University Award for Teaching Excellence and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants Outstanding Educator Award. Dr. Mahoney also held a three-year position as the business school’s Alperin Teaching Fellow.

A resident of Clarks Summit,Mahoney joined the faculty at Scranton in 1990. He earned a bachelor’s degree and an MBA from The University of Scranton and a doctorate in accounting from Syracuse University.

Sebastianelli holds the Alperin Endowed Chair in Business Administration at the university. She was named the Kania School of Management Professor of the Year three times and, in 2013, was named the university’s CASE Professor of the Year. She also received the university’s Alpha Sigma Nu University Award for Teaching Excellence, the Provost’s Award for Excellence in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and held a three-year position as the business school’s Alperin Teaching Fellow.

A resident of Clarks Summit, Sebastianelli earned a bachelor of science degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a Ph.D. in management science from the Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of Business Administration.

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