Celebrating alumni status and the Class of 2019
No matter your graduation or your location, alumni status and its many advantages are yours to leverage for life. Join us as we celebrate this milestone and its meaning with solid gold grads from the W. P. Carey Class of 2019.
No matter your graduation or your location, alumni status and its many advantages are yours to leverage for life. Join us as we celebrate this milestone and its meaning with solid gold grads from the W. P. Carey Class of 2019 — one of the most diverse and impressive graduating classes in our history, full of Sun Devils we are pleased and proud to recognize as part of the W. P. Carey family.
Solid gold graduates, now in your network
Say hello to Aashini Choksi
“I think one of the biggest things I would like to do in order to give back to W. P. Carey is participate in mentorship. I think I really benefited from participating, so talking to a student who may be interested in what I'm doing — and helping them find the right path — would be all that I can ask for after I graduate.”
Aashini Choksi (BS Economics/BA Business Law ’19)
Say hello to Zarina Shafeeva
“I love the fact that I'm going to be staying in Arizona, so I'll still be right in the backyard of ASU. I'll still be able to come visit the campus, attend football games, and be a Sun Devil. I'm also really excited to have the opportunity to mentor at W. P. Carey, and meet all of the amazing students that come here.”
Zarina Shafeeva (BS Business Data Analytics ’19)
Say hello to Eli Bliman
"I'm excited to, first of all, have a little bit of a break from the homework, but mostly it'll be sad just because I won't be seeing all of my close friends at the university every day. ASU has been such an important part of my life. I really have internalized the Sun Devil spirit of enthusiasm and of inclusivity — values I hope I bring to everything I do in the future."
Eli Bliman (BS Marketing ’19)
It all adds up to much more than a degree
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