Max Anderson wanted it all.
He liked finance and statistics and business analytics. He was interested in computer science. He loved biology. He envisioned himself traveling and volunteering, maybe even joining the Peace Corps. He hoped to learn more about sustainability and business ethics.
A new scholarship program at the Daniels College of Business doesn’t just allow the first-year student to pursue all of the above. It encourages it.
“I think a lot of people who go into business want to do it for the money without really understanding the nitty gritty of the process behind it,” such as the coding on a website or equity issues in the workplace, Anderson says. “I really like that this scholarship emphasizes breaking that mold. I think at the core, it’s about more completeness.”
The inaugural Tomé Scholarship is a gift made possible by alumna Carol Tomé (MBA ’81, Hon. PhD…