Announcing the Academic Affairs Student Spotlight, Fall 2011 Module 1

Your TSG Academic Affairs representatives, Rula Andriessen and Maram Alamsi, believe full-time students have meaningful stories to share about their academic work. We think every student should have a chance to meet all the outstanding individuals on our campus.
However, we know that school, projects, and job search commitments don’t always leave us time to share our experiences with each other.

We asked three high-impact students to tell us how Thunderbird programs impacted their academic careers and inspired them to affect change.  We invite all of you to discover the meaningful stories behind your classmates’ experiences as you build your valuable network of friends and colleagues this fall.

Click on the names below to enjoy the stories of the students featured in the TSG Academic Affairs Student Spotlight:

Johnathan George

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Kamlesh Chandrasekaran

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Nada Al Harthi

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Do you know a student with a great story to share?  Student Spotlight candidates are selected based on organization involvement and dedication to their academic program.  Email your TSG Academic Affairs Chair to nominate a student for the next group of Academic Affairs Student Spotlight!

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