VILLANOVA, Pa. – The Villanova University School of Business (VSB) named Daniel J. Hogarty Jr. ’61 VSB as the 2013 recipient of The Rev. Joseph C. Bartley, OSA Alumni Medallion. The Bartley Medallion is given annually to recognize alumni who have distinguished themselves in their careers while also demonstrating extraordinary service to their communities and to VSB. The selection committee, comprised of staff and faculty from each academic area, met to review the nominations and chose Daniel Hogarty to receive this honor. This award is the highest distinction the school can bestow to an alumnus/a.
Mr. Hogarty, retired president and CEO of The Troy Savings Bank and The Troy Financial Corp., currently serves as the president and director of The Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation and The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Foundation. He is also director, treasurer and chairman of the Finance Committee of the University of Albany Foundation, and a trustee of the New York State Teachers Retirement System, and a Director of the Troy Municipal Assistance Corporation.
Mr. Hogarty has won many awards, including The Business Review Executive of the Year, the Jewish National Fund Tree of Life Award, the YMCA President’s Award and many more. He and his wife Ellen have jointly received the Monsignor Burns Memorial Award from Catholic Central High School, the LaSalle School’s LaSallian Benefactor Award and the Hart-Cluett Award from the Rensselaer County Historical Society.
The Bartley Alumni Medallion was presented to Hogarty in the company of VSB’s most supportive business leaders, who are also engaged in advisory councils across the school, at the Villanova Business Leaders Forum, which took place October 2-3. This year’s Forum—Collaborate to Compete—showcased collaborative business models and approaches across a range of sectors and platforms, including global partnerships, technological cooperation, innovation and financial management.
The Villanova School of Business (VSB) is ranked #15 in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek and has been at the forefront of business education since it was founded in 1922. Serving over 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students, VSB is home to six Centers of Excellence (the Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate, the Center for Business analytics, the Center for Global Leadership, the Center for Marketing & Public Policy Research, the Center for the Study of Church Management &Business Ethics and the Center for Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship (ICE) Center) with each center designed to foster innovative, cross-disciplinary research and teaching opportunities for business faculty. VSB is known for academic rigor; creativity and innovation; hands-on and service learning opportunities; a firm grounding in ethics; and an applied education that prepares students to become outstanding leaders and global citizens within the ever-changing, complex, and fast-paced world of business. For more, visit business.villanova.edu.
About Villanova University: Since 1842, Villanova University’s Augustinian Catholic intellectual tradition has been the cornerstone of an academic community in which students learn to think critically, act compassionately and succeed while serving others. There are more than 10,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students in the University's five colleges – the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Villanova School of Business, the College of Engineering, the College of Nursing and the Villanova University School of Law. As students grow intellectually, Villanova prepares them to become ethical leaders who create positive change everywhere life takes them.