Chaz Hine, a USF Management major & starting offensive lineman on the USF football team, talks about the extra-curricular projects that helped him win “Most Outstanding Student” in the College of Business’ “25 Under 25” program. Also, his offensive line coach, Steve Shankweiler, shares his opinions about Chaz.
Click on the “more” link to read each student’s entire bio, as well as to watch a short video where each describes some of the reasons he or she should be named the “most remarkable” student on the 25 Under 25 roster. Voting closes on April 14, 2011.
Community involvement has always been an important part of Rachel Albright’s life. For more than two years, the chemistry minor has interned at Moffitt Cancer Center’s Department of Neuro-Oncology, assisting some of the state’s top oncologists with brain tumor research and attending numerous lectures and conferences. Continue reading “Rachel Albright, Management”
Frank Cabano partners with USF Athletics and says the volunteer experience has allowed him to connect with his university and hometown in a way few could. Participating in numerous events per month, Cabano most recently assisted with Stampede of Service, Spring Sprint for Autism, Gasparilla Distance Classic “Too Good for Drugs,” and many more. Continue reading “Frank Cabano, Economics”
Ashley Ciccarello likes to stay busy. A sophomore who aspires to become a Certified Public Accountant, Ciccarello is involved with 11 different activities or organizations, all while maintaining a spot on the Dean’s List. Among those activities: she is a mentor to three freshmen in the Bulls Business Community and serves as an Orientation Team Leader. She recently helped organize and develop a new student organization, the Women in Business Society, which now boasts 97 members. In addition, Ciccarello is enrolled in six classes, works part-time in the Dean’s Office as an accounting student assistant, and volunteers at the Tampa Police Department headquarters. Ciccarello has also been appointed as a Resident Assistant for the BBC starting next fall. She is also captain of the BBC’s Relay for Life team. Continue reading “Ashley Ciccarello, Accounting”
Luqmaan Dawoodjee turned an idea into reality when he founded one of the largest technology and business oriented student organizations at USF. Passionate about web and graphic design, Dawoodjee co-founded The Web Developer Network, an organization that provides computer science and information systems students with the opportunity to learn programming development and “soft skills” not taught in the classroom. Continue reading “Luqmaan Dawoodjee, Marketing”
A member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and a student whose name is frequently on the Dean’s List, Makis Denis knows how to study. He realizes that not every student has mastered this skill, so he serves as a volunteer tutor for several business students, leading study sessions to help his colleagues learn how to learn, instead of simply completing the lesson at hand. Continue reading “Makis Denis, General Business”