McDaniel College Budapest 

Spring 2011 Graduation
McDaniel College Budapest Spring 2011 Graduation

On Friday, May 20, McDaniel College Budapest bid farewell with gusto to a great group of students who have had an important influence on the campus over the last four years.
During the 2010-2011 academic year, they include:
  • Kelechi Ajoku (Business/Economics)
    Nigeria
    Nigeria
     
 
  • Anais Bandura (Business/Economics)
    France
    France
     
 
  • Daniel Egbert (Political Science)
    United States
    United States
     
 
  • László Frenyó (Business/Economics)
    Hungary
    Hungary
     
 
  • Benedict Nnuji (Business/Economics)
    Nigeria
    Nigeria
     
 
  • Cynthia Nwiawu (Business/Economics)
    Nigeria
    Nigeria
     
 
  • Joseph Ogundipe (Political Science)
    Nigeria
    Nigeria
     
 
  • Bodwin Simons (Political Science)
    Netherlands
    Netherlands
     
 
  • Merve Taskin (Business/Economics)
    Turkey
    Turkey
     
 
In his address to the graduating students, Dean László Frenyó noted that four years of study on an international campus, and in Central Europe, should prepare them for the multicultural situations they will be finding themselves in, whether in the workplace, or in graduate school. He also thanked the graduating students for the contributions they each made to McDaniel College Budapest.

On behalf of the graduating students, Cynthia Nwaiwu thanked the faculty, staff, fellow students, and parents, and ended on the following note: "Our contribution to the world will not be measured by the money we make or by the accolades we receive but by the way in which we share our unique gifts with the world. And the only place to find those gifts is within yourself.

So go forth class of 2011 and make you unique contribution!

Thank you! God' s love and blessings!"

The ceremony was followed by a reception for graduates, students, family, faculty, and friends.

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