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Huizenga School Hosts Luncheon for International Students

From left: Dennis Dannacher, executive director of enrollment services; Melanie McField, Cayman Islands; Clarissa Gruner, Germany; Aline Reis, Brazil; Sharlita Millington, British Virgin Islands; Katrina Meyer, Trinidad; Querly Romero, Colombia; Michael Godia, Kenya; Juan Carlos Vargas, Colombia; Nora Barragan, international student recruiter; Juan Pablo Bollat, Guatemala; Julieo Thompson, financial aid manager; and Preston Jones, D.B.A, executive associate dean of academic affairs.

The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship hosted a luncheon on June 4 for the most recent group of newly enrolled international business students. Executive administrators and staff members from the Huizenga School also attended, including Preston Jones, D.B.A., executive associate
dean of academic affairs, and Dennis Dannacher, executive director of enrollment services.

The lunch, which was held in the Carl DeSantis Building’s Board of Governors Room, provided an opportunity for the Huizenga School administration and staff members to officially welcome the students to the United States and NSU. It fostered a platform for which the students could become more acquainted with the Huizenga School and direct questions to the administration.

The following international students attended the luncheon:

Melanie McField, Cayman Islands

Clarissa Gruner, Germany

Aline Reis, Brazil

Sharlita Millington, British Virgin Islands

Katrina Meyer, Trinidad

Querly Romero, Colombia

Michael Godia, Kenya

Juan Carlos Vargas, Colombia

Juan Pablo Bollat, Guatemala