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Phipps, Holmstrom, Szubert named Dargan Fellows

Phipps - Holmstrom - Szubert
Phipps – Holmstrom – Szubert

For the Press Times

DE PERE – Three St. Norbert College (SNC) students were recently announced as the 2024-25 Dargan Fellows.

The selections were announced by Wayne Lubner of Wayne Lubner Consulting, Matt Sullivan of Express Employment Professionals and Peter Romenesko of Demiplane — SNC graduates and co-chairs of the Dargan Fellowship Committee.

Elizabeth Phipps, Chilton

Elizabeth Phipps is a two-time Dargan Fellow recipient.

“As a returning fellow, Elizabeth continues to demonstrate academic excellence and professional competence. Her leadership qualities are actively on display within various communities and campus organizations all while maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA at St. Norbert College,” an SNC release stated.

“Her time as a multi-year intern at Ariens Co. has helped her achieve a comprehensive understanding of how communities and businesses work together.

“Finally, Elizabeth’s participation in finance-related extracurricular activities further highlights her as a model of academic dedication and professional readiness.”

Zach Holmstrom, Rice Lake

“As a first-time Dargan Fellowship recipient, Zach embodies the core values of the Fellowship through his achievements as a student-athlete and his active engagement in student government and community service,” the release added.

“Zach has demonstrated a perfect academic record and a commitment to leadership roles, fostering a spirit of effectiveness through collaboration everywhere he travels. His experience abroad and leadership in various campus clubs showcase his readiness to take on challenges in commerce wherever the road may take him, making Zach a deserving recipient of this Fellowship.”

Adam Szubert, Tinley Park, Ill.

Szubert is a first-time Dargan Fellowship recipient.             

“He distinguishes himself as a Dargan Fellow through his strategic approach to integrating his passion for sports with his economic studies. His experiences as a varsity hockey player and his evolving experiences in both sales and marketing provide him with unique insights into teamwork and leadership,” the release stated.

“Adam’s goal to bring new insights to the sports management industry through economic principles showcases his potential to impact how we watch and play sports significantly, making him an exemplary candidate for the Dargan Fellowship.”

Each Dargan Fellow will receive a $5,535 award from the William E. Dargan Fellowship, which was created by alumni to honor the late professor and his 30 years of service to the college.

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