Check out this year’s 25 Under 25 Most Remarkable student Chaz Hine featured on My Fox Tampa Bay.
Luqmaan Dawoodjee came to the University of South Florida as a marketing and business student with a dream of finding other like-minded students on campus. After recognizing a need for an organization, Dawoodjee, along with Jamaal Taylor and Meredith Bollinger, founded the Web Developer Network at USF. His plan, which was to “find and execute web development projects that provide students with the opportunity to build their useful skill sets, while having fun,” was so successful, that it evolved into one of the fastest-growing and most successful student organizations on campus — Createch at USF — and a consulting and design business that bears the same name.
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USF’s College of Business has once again picked its “25 Under 25,” a collection of students who excel both inside and outside of the classroom. University Beat on WUSF TV introduces you to some of these incredible undergraduates at a ceremony recently held in their honor.
From a young Haitian woman who graduated college at the age of 20 to a rock-climbing billboard model to an opera-singing football player, USF’s College of Business has honored some of its outstanding students with a program called “25 Under 25.” University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM introduces you to some of the honorees and tells you which one was named the “most remarkable” student.
International Business / Economics major Ross O’Bryan speaks about one of the best lessons he learned at USF, his future plans, and his experience as a model.
Accounting major Hefgine Fils-Aime, who graduated in May at the age of 20, talks about some of her experiences at USF. She’s doing a summer internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and has received a scholarship to pursue her masters in accounting at Wake Forest University.
Chaz Hine, a USF Management major & starting offensive lineman on the USF football team, sings opera.