“The Hetterich Center will be run similarly to an international foundation and contain initiatives and activities that are regional, national and international in scope,” said Madden School Dean Jim Joseph ‘83.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (PRWEB) November 09, 2016
Thanks to the incredible generosity of F. Paul Hetterich, ‘84, the Madden School of Business at Le Moyne will name its third and final center of excellence the Hetterich Center for Global Engagement and Impact. The formal dedication and ribbon cutting for the Center at the private college will take place at an event set for Thursday, Nov. 10; immediately following the ceremony, Paul will give the fall 2016 Madden Lecture.
“I’m grateful to be able to give back to my alma mater and to help support the great things going on at Madden School of Business,” said Hetterich, president of the Beer Division at Constellation Brands in Victor, N.Y. and a member of the Madden School Board of Advisors. “The outstanding business school education I received and experiences I had while at Le Moyne created a foundation that has helped me throughout my career on both a professional and personal level. I am confident that the centers of excellence will help current and future students across all curricula develop into reflective, effective and innovative leaders.”
“The Hetterich Center will be run similarly to an international foundation and contain initiatives and activities that are regional, national and international in scope,” said Madden School Dean Jim Joseph ‘83. “The Center will play a key role in supporting our efforts as we seek to create 21st-century, world-ready leaders through a wide variety of experiences, most notably our innovative Formation Abroad program. We are profoundly thankful for Paul’s support and engagement.”
The Center will leverage connections around the world through the global Jesuit network of 188 institutions. Through its activities, initiatives and resources, all Madden School students will have the opportunity to participate in a formation abroad experience where they will work, volunteer, study and become immersed in a culture of their choosing. This will augment current Jesuit college student involvement with formation efforts through Loyola Chennai in India, Iberoamericana in Mexico and Assumption University in Thailand.
The Center will also be involved in numerous initiatives regionally and nationally, examples of which include providing consulting services to businesses and non-profit organizations. Students will have the opportunity to apply their academic learning under the tutelage of skilled professors and participate in research projects.
The Hetterich Center is the third named center within the Madden School. The other two are:
The Donald J. Savage ’51 & Family Center for Reflective Leadership, which houses the Global Jesuit Case Series, the Arrupe Program in Social Ethics for Business, and the Madden Lecture Series.
The Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship, which houses the Family Business Center, StartFast, and the Famous Entrepreneur Series, seeks to advance the Central New York economy by utilizing personal enterprise to promote economic development and combat poverty.
Constellation Brands is a leading international producer and marketer of beer, wine and spirits with operations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and Italy. Constellation is the number three beer company in the U.S. with high-end, iconic brands including Corona, Modelo, Victoria, Pacifico & Ballast Point. Constellation is also the world’s leader in premium wine and the largest multi-category supplier of beverage alcohol in the United States. As president of the Beer Division, Paul is responsible for leading the sales, marketing and operations functions and guiding the strategy and long term vision of the beer business. He has been at Constellation since 1986 and has held numerous leadership roles including oversight of the mergers and acquisition and corporate strategy functions, running international businesses in Europe, Australia and New Zealand and leading marketing efforts within the company’s Wine and Spirits division.
For more information about the Hetterich Center for Global Engagement and Impact, visit http://www.lemoyne.edu or contact the office directly at (315) 445-4100. Interested parties can also visit the Le Moyne College in person at 1419 Salt Springs Rd. in Syracuse, N.Y. 13214.
Le Moyne College, in Syracuse, N.Y., offers a Jesuit education at a private college setting. The college offers more than 30 majors with a 13-to-one student-to-faculty ratio in state-of-the-art facilities. Students at Le Moyne learn leadership through service with a focus on career development through mentoring, internships and student research opportunities.