LSGI Advisors Inc., a Dallas based investment advisor and 10-year sponsor of the Applied Portfolio Management Program, has announced the recipients of the LSGI Mentoring Scholarship for the 2010-2011 academic year. This year, Danielle Linna and Theresa Laubrick were selected as scholarship recipients. The scholarship is awarded to students who display excellent academic achievement, expresses an interest in finance or applied mathematics, and demonstrates high moral and ethical characteristics.
With these scholarships, Linna and Laubrick will provide mentoring and tutoring support for students in advanced finance classes. “Student-to-student learning creates a positive environment and experience for both the mentor and mentored,” said Dean Johnson, Director of the Applied Portfolio Management Program. “We are very grateful to LSGI for providing continued support to Michigan Tech students and our programs.”
Theresa Laubrick added, “I am honored to be recognized for sharing my knowledge and experience with students and assisting them in enhancing their learning.”
LSGI Advisors Inc. is a Texas corporation that acts as general partner for the LSGI Technology Venture Fund L.P., a private mutual fund for SEC accredited investors. LSGI serves as an advisor to the Michigan Tech Applied Portfolio Management Program, overseeing finance students responsible for managing $1 million of the University’s endowment. They also instruct oil & gas and environmental law programs at Southern Methodist University School of Law in Dallas, Texas.