Student Experience

A team of four W. P. Carey students won the 2016 Produce for Better Health (PBH) Foundation Formula 5 Marketing Competition — a collegiate event offering marketing students the opportunity to influence fruit and vegetable marketing, sales, and consumption in the U.S.

Christon Valdivieso looks back on his time in the W. P. Carey Master of Science in Global Logistics (MS-GL) program with great fondness and pride. Although he already had several years of experience in the workforce, he had changed careers and decided he needed to develop the skills he needed to succeed.

Vi TranLe is a woman of many talents. She manages a band, plans weddings, develops apps and is an information technology whiz. All of these skills, she said, have similar traits — they all require execution of a well-thought-out plan.

There’s a quote that says, “Success comes before you reach your goal, for it is as simple as taking a step in the right direction.” While the 2016–2017 academic year has just begun, it is off to a successful start.

Lindsey Waress earned the title of computer guru in her family. Any phone, computer, tablet, remote control — if it broke, the family brought it to her to fix. She took her knack for technology and combined it with business, a field she always knew she’d focus on in college, and received a computer information systems degree in May 2016.