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Where in the World Would You Go? Winners Named

| March 4, 2009

Thanks to everyone who entered the Where in the World Would You Go? competition as part of Regent's RU Global campaign.

We asked you to tell us where you would want to live, work or visit and why. Dozens of you sent in essays, photos, videos, poems, poster designs and PowerPoint presentations. The winners were chosen based on content, creativity and connection to the four RU Global campaign student-learning outcomes: See, Connect, Learn, Lead.

The three grand-prize winners are: Antoinette "Toni" Gines-Rivera (Psychology & Counseling), read essay; Johnny Weixler (Undergraduate Studies), view video; and Timothy Ferret (Education), view video. Each will receive a $100 amazon.com gift card.

Our additional prize winners, each of whom will receive a $10 gift card to Starbuck's are: Alex Berry (Law), Amanda Van Hierden (Undergraduate Studies), Eilene Wollslager (Communication & the Arts), Kena Dattoli (Undergraduate Studies), Linda Skye Ganba'atar (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship), Molly Hughes (Communication & the Arts), Rebekah Pepper (Undergraduate Studies), Scott La Point (Psychology & Counseling), Tracy Stewart (Vice President, Information Technologies, Executive Director, Undergraduate Studies) and Teresia Coleman Avila (Education).

Congratulations, and thanks to everyone!


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