The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship recognized 200 students on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, at a luncheon and awards program in the Carl DeSantis Building. Dean Preston Jones, Ph.D. spoke to students who took part in the semi-annual Dean’s List Lunch, congratulating them for their academic accomplishments.
The luncheon provides Huizenga Business School faculty members, academic advisors, and other administrative staff members the opportunity to congratulate and recognize the students for their stellar performance. Dr. Jones encouraged all students to maintain high standards during their academic careers and beyond.
The students who were recognized completed a minimum of 12 credits and earned a 3.5 GPA or above in the winter/spring semester.
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The students honored for their academic accomplishments include:
Nathalia Almeida, Stephen Andreasen, Elizabeth Angueira, Fabien Apaid, Jennifer Baiocco, Guillaume Bauch, Kevin Beck, Paul-Michael Bennett, Jerome Berrebi, Robert Bird, Renata Borges, Tyrone Bradfield, Shannon Bramwell, Taylor Brown, Liliana Cammisa, Janelle Campbell, Joshua Cardona, Amber Chang, Nicole Chaplin, Jean Chavanes, Lori Chinn, Henriette Chocolate, Phong Tung Chung, Maxo Civil, Devin Conolly, Lianette Cordova, Antoniu Costea, Grace Cowitt, Joannie Crepault-Berthiaume, Cesar Cruz, Robert Davis, Veronica Degraff, Ted Delcima, Rina Diep, Sakiyna Doocran, Kristhyan Dorta, Leeann Dunkley, Alejandro Duque, Javier Duque, Adam Ebanks, Iraelle Edwards, Zubaida El Hage, David Espinosa, Samantha Evans, Lauren Falkowitz, Mitchell Farrer, Biancha Felix, Kennedy Fernandez, Sheldon Ferreira, Stephanie Frederick, Babette Friedman, Rosa Garcia, Cassandra Gardenhire, Sara Gawish, Gino Giandurco, Abbey Gittings, Silvio Gomez-antunez, Alejandro Gonzalez, Joshua Grant, Nathalie Hernandez, Luis Hernandez Jr., Samantha High, Jimmy Holman, Aissam Idrissi, Ahad Jafri, Anna James, Nakita Jeanty, Shamari Joseph, Piryanka Kachela, Klaas Kelner Vargas, Michael Kestler, Anuj Khanna, Timo Kilp, Jeremy Klawsky, Austin Lavallii, Manuel Lemus, Ezra Levi, Antuan Libos, Kirsti Lindgren, Nicholas Luders, Adam Mahfood, Sindy Mandujano, Michael Mastropasqua, Jeremy Mathis, Joshua Mathis, Yulissa Medina, Chase Miller, Samuel Miller, Andrew Mitchell, Rebecca Morgenthaler, Rena Morich, Daina O’Connor, Danielle Osorno, Alex Paez, Ronald Patella, Sarah Patterson, Banely Paz, Maryori Perez Duarte, Maria Piedra, Kervin Pierre, Jonnathan Pineda, Stefano Pral, Kevin Preciado, Diego Quijada, Danielle Quincoses, Parvathi Rajkumar, Howard Rappaport, John Redding, Camilo Restrepo, Erin Riley, Amanda Rivera, David Robles, Aileen Rodriguez, Gaviene Rodriguez, Karen Rose, Kelly Rose, Barbara Rosso, Jahnoi Rowe, Darren Rubenchik, Andrew Ruiz, Oirevlis Ruiz, Rigoberto Ruiz, Kirstine Rust, Andres Salazar, Anderson Salgado, Gary Sands, Jana Schmitt, Kristi Schnepp, Angela Schukei, Tatiana Sierra, Minashki Sinanan, Terrence Singh, Kelsea Smith, David Sobik, Sayuri Sosa, Shelby Stames, Brittany Storino, Fang-Yi Su, Kadeen Thomas, Bao Tran, Alixandria Tucci, Jaime Varillas, Paige Vashon, Andres Vazquez, Jasmine Wilkins, Ryan Woodrey, Jillian Wunderlich, Zaneera Yassin, Asaf Yona, Cesare Zampini, and Michael Zislin.
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