Harrison Thee

“The holistic approach the Byrum School of Business utilizes prepared me for the diversity of a working life. Gaining real-world insight into the daily happenings of real business life was invaluable in my preparation for life after college. In particular, the National Student Advertising competition class elevated my understanding and enthusiasm for working in marketing unlike anything else.”

Harrison Thee ’15

Marketing and content specialist, ADAR IT

Bachelor of Science in Marketing

Harrison Thee came to Marian University to be a part of the world-class cycling program and Byrum School of Business’ innovative new curriculum. As a Marian University cyclist, Thee contributed to three collegiate cycling team omnium national championships. When he served as art director for Marian University’s team in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), Thee led his team to their first regional win. The team’s work would go on to be selected by the American Advertising federation for a Silver American Advertising Award.

After graduating, Thee moved to Chicago, Illinois where he is a marketing and content specialist at ADAR IT, an IT infrastructure services company.

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Building relationships with faculty and coaches
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Following her dream to be a dentist
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