Jeremy Greer selected as class of 2021 Best & Brightest by Poets and Quants

6.1.2021 Article, Finance, School News, Undergraduate Business
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Originally posted by Poets & Quants for Undergrads

Jeremy Greer is one of two Wake Forest School of Business senior students named among the 100 best and brightest business majors for 2021. The Poets & Quants for Undergrads feature highlights students from the top 50 undergraduate business schools who personify the best in business education.

“Jeremy distinguishes himself with his aptitude and intellectual curiosity. He enrolled in my Principles of Finance and then in my Intermediate Financial Management classes, where neither of which are considered “cupcake” courses. It was clear from very early on in the first course that Jeremy was on a mission to fully immerse himself into the material and learn as much as he could,” said Assistant Professor of Finance Kenneth Ford.

“He is clearly a very bright young man and, refreshingly, has no fear of participating in class and asking thought-provoking questions that enhance the classroom experiences of his cohort. When the material got difficult or when the class was struggling, Jeremy was always there to ask and/or answer questions to facilitate everybody’s learning. His intellectual drive and example fostered a pleasant classroom environment which helped make me a better teacher. Jeremy leaves Wake Forest University both well educated in finance, and well-positioned to maximize his tremendous potential. He is an example of what the corporate world needs in its young professionals and future leaders.”

Read more at Poets & Quants for Undergrads.