"John Logan is a Thiel alumnus that was in the first accounting class taught by Professor Miller. Mr. Logan was on the staff of Thiel College at a point and is an integral part in the current accounting program due to revamps he put into place. He also is responsible for the start of Chi Eta Sigma honorary for individuals in business oriented majors."
- Earl McCloud
"I was fortunate enough to be seated at the table with Mr. Logan for dinner. I could immediately tell that he was intelligent and worthy of the utmost respect. It was a valuable experience to have a dinner conversation with Mr. Logan. I was also honored to be seated next to Professor Miller." - Brendan DuLaney
"Dinner was a great time to meet new people and build a professional network. The professor at our table gave us helpful advice and the other seniors shared their future plans after graduation and interviews. Including me, there were two Asian girls coming from China and Korea, so the professor showed interest in our countries and I tried to answer his questions." - Park Joo Eun
"John Logan's presentation was very inspiring considering he is one of the most successful Thiel graduates out of all the speakers we have had thus far. He won the Loeb Award for attaining the highest score in Pennsylvania on the C.P.A. Exam Mr. Logan's speech was very heartfelt and we could tell that he really wants Thiel students to succeed in a career." - Matt Christian
"He had a different view than other speakers we have heard. His main thought is not who you know, but rather who knows you. He told us that dinners such as the ones that we attend for Business Honors Seminar are business opportunities not social gatherings. At these dinners you should socialize for the purpose of furthering your career." - Ross Gargano