Seton Hill University’s Farrell Entrepreneurial Leadership Series will present guest speaker David Iwinski Jr., chief executive officer and president of Acusis LLC, on Thursday, September 25 at 6:30 p.m. Iwinski will address the topic of International Business Ethics in Asia. The free, public lecture will take place in room 206 of the Administration Building on Seton Hill University’s Greensburg, Pa. campus. As seating is limited, please register by calling 724-830-4637, or by e-mailing This lecture is co-sponsored by the MBA program at Seton Hill University.

David Iwinski, Jr. is the CEO and president of Acusis LLC, a 900 + person medical transcription company. Acusis has customers in the United States and a transcriptionist work force and software development team in India. Acusis has its U.S. headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pa., and has recently been named one of the region’s fastest growing companies by the Pittsburgh Business Times. In India, Acusis is based in Bangalore. Prior to joining Acusis, Iwinski worked at Respironics (now Philips Respironics) in Pittsburgh. At Respironics, Iwinski served as general manager in Hong Kong, and then as managing director for China and Southeast Asia. Earlier in his career, Iwinski worked for eight years as a lawyer at Daimler-Benz, as a contract negotiator and international commercial coordinator. Iwinski is a member of the Seton Hill University Board of Trustees and also serves as a member of the Farrell Programs for Innovation in Business at Seton Hill Advisory Board.

The Farrell Entrepreneurial Leadership Series is a program of The Farrell Programs for Innovation in Business at Seton Hill, and is made possible by a gift from the Farrell Family Foundation of Pittsburgh. The Farrell Programs for Innovation in Business help Seton Hill students develop the entrepreneurial skills needed to compete in a rapidly changing world by integrating entrepreneurship, grounded in the liberal arts, into all levels of the University’s academic business and management programs.

Seton Hill’s MBA program includes specializations in management and entrepreneurship. The accelerated eight-week sessions allow students the opportunity to complete the program in one calendar year. For information, please visit Seton Hill’s website,, or contact the Office of Graduate and Adult Studies by e-mail, or by phone, 724-838-4221.

MBA Program Information Session Monday, November 10, 2008 at 6:30 p.m. in room 406 of Seton Hill’s Administration Building; open to anyone who is interested in Seton Hill’s MBA program. Registration is required. To register, call 724-838-4221 or e-mail