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The Clarks' lead vocalist Scott Blasey will team up with the Rowland School of Business faculty, staff, current students and other special musical guests for A Concert for Business Education, a virtual event set for Tuesday, April 13, at 6 p.m. on Zoom.

The event will dive into the benefits of a degree from the Rowland School of Business' numerous hands-on programs and feature musical performances from Blasey, as well as student and Pioneer Records Star Dejah Monea, Women Who Rock founder and sports, arts and entertainment management professor Melinda Colaizzi and Pittsburgh rapper and Vigor, Vibe and Venture (V3) contest winner Yusef Shelton.

"Students can expect to learn about each of our academic majors, meet some of our faculty and enjoy great music from some of our industry contacts and faculty members," said Steve Tanzilli, J.D., dean of the Rowland School of Business. "We look forward to highlighting how the Rowland School of Business community focuses on experiential learning and career-readiness to help students succeed in their chosen fields."

The event is free and open to the public. Join the event by clicking on this Zoom link


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