The Huntsman School was quiet last week with students away on spring break. Among
those scattered to the winds were students on 8 faculty-led trips around the world
to China, England, Germany, Japan, Poland, and Spain.
We are grateful to our partners who provided valuable educational opportunities for
our students and to our excellent faculty who helped create these memorable and exciting
experiences. We look forward to seeing how these opportunities help shape our students’
vision and drive to become more effective leaders.
Great things are happening here at home, too. Professor Paul Fjeldsted and the Economics
and Finance Club have teamed up with The Family Place to provide free financial education
and counseling to help individuals learn how to build a more secure financial future.
Huntsman ProSales students are shining in local and national sales competitions. Senior
Spencer Buswell earned first place honors at the Qualtrics Sales Idol state competition.
Huntsman students also had outstanding finishes at competitions in New Jersey and
Florida, where they competed against students from top schools from around the country.
We also congratulate Dr. Daniel Holland, who has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright
Scholarship and will soon be heading to Japan to teach students how to embrace entrepreneurship.
We’re proud of the achievements of our excellent faculty and students.
Finally, March 16 marks the one year anniversary of the opening of Jon M. Huntsman
Hall. I don’t know how we ever got along without this magnificent building. If you
have not had a chance to visit, I invite you to our campus for a tour of Huntsman
Hall and some Aggie Ice Cream!