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Anthony Campise

Anthony Campise, B.A. Business, 2015

Anthony CampiseWhere is he now?

Anthony Campise, a 2015 graduate from the University of Dallas with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business and a concentration in Spanish, is currently employed as an associate at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in the DFW area.

 

How has your UD education set you apart?

Anthony attributes many lifelong skills to UD’s core curriculum, saying, “The education provides cornerstone transferable skills, such as excellent writing, critical thinking, and the ability to articulate yourself well, among others. These ‘transferable’ skills can be applied to any professional discipline and give an immediate advantage in any role.”

How did your experience at UD prepare you for the future?

Through his involvement in intramural sports and his contribution to the establishment of two successful clubs while at UD, Anthony enjoyed being able to make a difference in his college community. Extracurricular activities also provided great opportunity for leadership that he feels directly prepared him for his career.

“UD offers all students a first class educational experience, and ample opportunities to get involved in campus activities and be a leader,” he says. “This combination serves as a great foundation to ignite a successful career.”

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