Norwalk residents win honors at Fairfield University
Patricia M. Bilik and Michelle M. Todeschini, both residents of Norwalk, were honored at the annual Arts & Sciences Award Ceremony at Fairfield University.
Patricia Bilik, who majored in professional studies and graduated magna cum laude, received the Alumnae Forum Women's Studies Award for her senior project, "Fungibles in the Information Technology Industry." Her exploration of women's role in this relatively new industry covered history, economics and business.
Patricia studied through the School of Continuing Education where she was recently inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society. She is a senior research analyst at Gartner in Stamford and plans to begin studies for an MBA in the fall.
Michelle Todeschini was awarded the Rev. Victor F. Leeber, S.J. Scholarship in Spanish, given every year to an outstanding major in Spanish. She is entering her senior year and will be studying in Spain this summer. Active in the Spanish Club, Michelle tutors Spanish and plans a career in teaching Spanish on the secondary level.
Posted on June 1, 2001
Vol. 33, No. 248