GBA Nomination Bios

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It’s time to vote for your new GBA Officers. See the following list of nominations and their bios. Also notice that Bonnie Bain did not make to the election speeches. Click to see her election speech >>> Election Speech -BB
Ygor Scarcia
Meredith Hursh
Vice President – Student Life
Daniel Shih
Jordan Spiers
Yolly Thanathammasophon
Vice President – Finance
Vicki Jing Ye
Vice President – Marketing
Andy Hunter
Herman Badehorst
Vice President – Clubs and Associations
Dhruv Swarup
Vice President – Part-Time Students
Blake Menezes
Bonnie Bain
Vice President of Alumni Relations
Ian Olsen
Vice President – Career Development
Jacqlyn Westhusing
Alejandra Arce Gomez
Christine Ko
Vice President – Information Technology
Gabriela Alessio Robles
Nirmal Shah
Chaoyu Lo

Pumpkin Carving with ISC

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For the second year in a row, the International Students Club (ISC) celebrated Halloween with an on-campus pumpkin carving contest. Students learned the tradition of this American holiday and showcased their creativity through knife carving. Of the 11 pumpkins, Nirmal Shah’s masterpiece earned the crowd’s favorite through Facebook voting. Congratulations to Nirmal and thanks for those who participated!


The International Students Club (ISC) celebrated the yearly Moon Festival (Mid-Autumn Festival) at the downtown campus on Monday, September 8, 2014. Students from various programs gathered around in the Agora and sampled different flavors of moon cake, including red bean, lotus seed, and mixed nuts. ISC shared the legends and origins of this special holiday and its importance to the Chinese. The event created an opportunity for cultural exchange and supports USF’s commitment to diversity.


NewCo Registration

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NewCo is coming back to SF for a third consecutive year, September 11th & 12th!  Be sure to check out the list of innovative companies who will be opening up their doors. This is an amazing opportunity to gain some insight into the successful tech companies you know & love, as well as to discover the new start-ups on the horizon. 
As students, this is a great time to network with other executives, entrepreneurs, and investors!  The best part is that all events are free!  Spaces fill up fast, so begin looking at the your prospect list of companies to ensure you get a spot. 
Start rehearsing your elevator pitch and fine-tune those resumes, because you never know if you will end up bumping into your future boss!