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Clarkson Student Receives Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award

Clarkson University student Toby Brooks of Maynard, Massachusetts, was named a Wall Street Journal 2001 Student Achievement Award winner. The award is presented annually to a graduating senior selected by the University’s School of Business in recognition of outstanding academic achievement in the area of finance and business administration. 

Brooks, who received his bachelor’s degree from Clarkson in May, is currently enrolled in Clarkson’s MBA program. He is also a managing consultant for the Clarkson Consulting Group, a team composed of undergraduate and graduate business students that tackles real-world business problems for paying clients. Through this consulting work, students develop skills in teamwork, communication, decision-making and leadership.

The Educational Service Bureau of Dow Jones developed the Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award program in 1948. Since its inception, U.S. colleges and universities have chosen this award to honor students whose academic work is deemed exceptional. The award recipient receives an engraved paperweight and a one-year subscription to the Wall Street Journal.

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