Pardee School Welcomes New Class of Dean’s Ambassadors

December 17, 2019

The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University is proud to present its newest class of Dean’s Ambassadors.

Dean’s Ambassadors are outstanding student citizens and leaders from the Pardee School’s graduate and undergraduate academic programs. They are passionate and knowledgeable about the Pardee School and about Boston University.

“Pardee School Dean’s Ambassadors have been chosen from a pool of stellar students after a multi-stage competitive process that took into consideration academic performance, citizenship, and leadership,” said Pardee School Dean Adil Najam.

The role of the Dean’s Ambassador is to represent the Pardee School and the Dean at special events with prospective students, alumni, and distinguished guests. Dean’s Ambassadors serve as a liaison to the wider BU community as well as prospective students and families. 

“As a School of international affairs we take the word ‘Ambassador’ very seriously and our Dean’s Ambassadors have been given this title in the same earnestness,” Najam said.

The new class of Pardee School Dean’s Ambassadors are:

  • Anica Abaquin
  • Regina Acosta
  • Brandon Alberts
  • Ahmad Azari
  • Lilly Bayly
  • Alexander Beatty
  • Victoria Bond
  • Kirstin Buchanan
  • Riaz Butt-Garcia
  • Morgan Cassidy
  • Akash Chopra
  • Maria Uriarte Clavijo
  • Tima Dasouki
  • Brooke Jardine
  • Nikta Khani
  • Muskaan Khemani
  • Kira Levin
  • Josee Matela
  • Ryan Pagois
  • Mary Rezk
  • Olivia Rolnik
  • Kasey Welch

The new class of Pardee School Dean’s Ambassadors will join Dean Najam, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs William Grimes, and Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies Amb. Robert Loftis for a welcome luncheon early in the spring 2020 semester. 

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