Students who belong to the Marvin P. Kolodzik Business Scholars (KBS) Program in the Lindner College of Business are fond of their affiliation. Pride motivated students to create a student organization called the Kolodzik Business Scholars Association (KBSA) to encompass goals of three KBS subcommittees: community service, social involvement and personal branding of KBS students, as well as the Kolodzik name.
To fulfill the third goal, five KBSA students created a video as a pledge of loyalty to the scholars program.
Amin Shawki, BBA ’12; James Love, BBA ’12; Babacar Guisse, BBA’12; Jared Yates, BBA ’13; and Tori Roser, BBA ’13; got together to film, edit or be interviewed for the video to spread the word about the significance of their program.
“We hope that this video describes the program and what we do in a way that continues to build upon our strong reputation as business professionals,” Love says.