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FLEX alumni success stories

December, 11 2011

Nadejda Mustea '02 was one of fourteen FLEX Alumni selected from the whole Eurasian region, along with seven YES program alumni, to attend a reception at the American Councils office in Washington, DC on July 28, 2011. The FLEX and YES programs alumni joined a group of 101 young professionals from 57 countries at the Global Village for Future Leaders of Business and Industry, which took place from June 26, through August 6, 2011. Global Village is an applied leadership and cross-cultural training program.

 

Here is what Nadejda says:


Global Village provides a unique environment to share ones passion for cross-cultural learning, satisfy the ambition for professional development and join a network of amazing individuals who continue to have a major impact on your professional and personal life long after the program end. GV is an extremely intense program which includes courses, company visits, executive sessions, country presentations, business projects, panel discussions and much more providing a unique exposure to today's global world and empowering with tools necessary to succeed in it.


Follow the link on state alumni for more details.

Cristina Poleacovschi '05 has been hired as Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for System Studies at University of Alabama In Hunstville ( leaded by the ex- NASA administrator Dr. Michael Griffin) and will be performing research on complex systems with the internationally recognized leader in complex systems Dr. Paul Collopy. Congratulations Cristina!


Marina Buciuc '07 won the Global UGRAD scholarship and will spend this academic year at Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesotastudying Biomedical Science.


Oleg Pasternac '10 will start his undergraduate studies at New York University in Abu Dhabi and will be majoring in Social Research and Public Policy. He received a full scholarship from the NYUAD.


Dina Ceri '10 was among the organizers of several summer camps in Calarasi, Marinici, Vulcanesti for children from empoverished and vulnerable families. Ruxanda Cheibas '11 and Petru Enache '11


Dorin Gaibu '09 has won a Small Alumni Grant, provided by the U.S. Embassy in Moldova, to organize the European Volunteering Conference in Moldova, in partnership with AIESEC Chisinau. European Volunteering Conference (EVC) is an international conference designed to foster communication and to encourage partnerships and harmonization between NGOs from the Republic of Moldova and abroad in the European Year of Volunteering. By providing a better understanding, interaction and know-how techniques of organizational efficiency between Youth Leaders of NGOs from both the Republic of Moldova and other foreign countries, a large networking and a virtual platform of common interests will be reached for further country to country cooperation.


Denis Delimarschi '08 was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award (MVP) for his work with the Windows Phone 7 - the total number of awardees around the world in different areas is around 1000-2000 people. Denis was noticed for his technical publications on his blog and outside of it, and he is under "the Microsoft wing". He will be attending the Global MVP Summit in Seattle this upcoming February as a part of the program, where he will be meeting fellow professionals and Microsoft developers. Check out his award here.


Iulian Baxan '10 will be studying business administration at Babeş-Bolyai University, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

 

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