Sansio is pleased to announce that Kaitlyn Steffen, a graduate of Park Rapids High School, was awarded the 2011 Sansio Scholarship for the UMD Labovitz School of Business and Economics (LSBE). Ms. Steffen is a senior at UMD studying Human Resources Management and Finance.
Sansio representatives Kevin Noreen, CFO and Dave Purdy, HR Manager presented the award during the LSBE Scholarship Reception at the UMD Kirby Ballroom on Thursday October 6, 2011. “We were impressed with the spirit and passion for excellence that this young lady exhibits and she was very appreciative of the financial award,” stated Kevin Noreen. “The Sansio Scholarship for UMD is an investment in the development of future business leaders and we couldn’t be happier with this year’s winner. We wish her the best of success.”Kevin Noreen, Sansio with Kaitlyn Steffen
2011 Sansio Scholarship for UMD Winner
The Sansio Scholarship for UMD was established in 2007 to reward a deserving LSBE student for their excellence in and out of the classroom. Sansio is a leading provider of SaaS (Software as a Service) information management solutions that help healthcare providers improve clinical, operational, financial, and regulatory performance. Always “Thinking Customer First”, Sansio employees and partners follow its SIETE principles at the core of its business model; Be Responsive, Kind, Courteous, Respectful, Professional, always Listen, and provide Answers. This award is targeted for students that demonstrate those principles.
The UMD Labovitz School of Business and Economics (LSBE) was established in 1974 and serves approximately 1,850 students annually. The UMD LSBE is one of only four schools in Minnesota to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Nationally, only one-third of the 1,200 schools of business and management have earned and maintained AACSB accreditation. LSBE offers high-quality undergraduate and MBA programs and its students experience a rigorous curriculum inside the classroom and through hands-on internships and projects with area businesses outside the classroom.