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The Berners Lee Class

“The reason the REG scholars class of 2021 choose Tim Berners-Lee as our class name is because he is an English engineer and computer scientist is who is credited as being the inventor of the World Wide Web. Everyone in our class is born as a millennial or generation Z. Being a part of these generations, we have an important understanding of the significance and impact the World Wide Web can have on our lives and the lives of others. In relation to us being global scholars, we want to use all resources possible in order to promote cultural awareness and global engagement to the world around us. Using the internet allows our impacts to reach a broader and further impact. The name Berner’s-Lee is significant to our class because it represents the technologic generation we live in and how we can use that, along with traditional means, to promote a strong global impact locally and globally.”

-Hannah McGee, Berners-Lee Class member

Neira Algazzaz
Neira Algazzaz
Hometown: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Research in Periodontology, Organic Chemistry, and Genetics; Organic Chemistry II LA; President of Scientific Literature Society; President of ExEL Student Council; IMAN; Pre-Dental Society.
J. Chang
J. Chang
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement, Honors: Transdisciplinary Studies
Involvement: Pre-Medical Society AMSA, Chemistry Club, Society of Physics Students, President of Alpha Epsilon Delta
Myna Engineer
Myna Engineer
Hometown: Orlando, Florida
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Maasti, Freshman Representative for the Indian Student Association, Operation Smiles, Pre-Dental Society, Medlife
Neetthu George
Neetthu George
Hometown: Tampa, Florida
Major: Public Health
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Community Outreach Chair for Pre-Optometry Society, MedLife, Undergraduate Public Health Student Association
Camila Guzman
Camila Guzman
Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela/Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Major: Environmental Studies
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: NSU Best Buddies, NSU Scuba Club, Green Sharks
Rade Jibawi Rivera
Rade Jibawi Rivera
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Medlife, Pre-Med Society, Alpha Chi Honors Society, Lab Assistant, Club Racquetball
Chanté Lively
Chanté Lively
Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia
Major: Marine Biology
Minor: Global Engagement and Spanish
Involvement: IOC Chair of Infinite Motion Dance Team, Black Student Union, Green Sharks Sustainability, Campus Cursive, Sharks Abroad Peer Advisor, Rho Rho Rho Marine Science Honor Society
Andres Lopez
Andres Lopez
Hometown: San Salvador, El Salvador
Major: Communications
Minor: Global Engagement
Hanna McGee
Hanna McGee
Hometown: Orlando, Florida
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement and Optometry
Involvement: Pre- Optometry Society, Club Tennis Team, Student Research Society (SRS), Clinical Exploration Program (CEP), Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
Leon Ribotta
Leon Ribotta
Hometown: Mamaroneck, New York
Major: Sports Management
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Team Manager of the Men's Club Soccer
Valentina Roa
Valentina Roa
Hometown: Pembroke Pines, Florida
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Pre-Dental society, Organic Chemistry I LA, Peer Leader, Beta beta beta Biology Honors Society member, Clinical Exploration Program (CEP)
Shweta Zinzuwadia
Shweta Zinzuwadia
Hometown: Bedminster, New Jersey
Major: Biology
Minor: Global Engagement
Involvement: Maasti, Residential Assistant, Member of Pre-Med Society, Indian Student Association, Med Life, Pediatrics Club
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