Dae Yeul "Danny" Lee, 2013, an international student from Seoul, Korea, discusses his experiences as a student at the U of M, Crookston and a tells bit about his major, accounting.
Update: Danny's goal is to be a global leader who makes positive contributions to the world. As the founding president of UMC Accounting Society, he took the initiative in certifying UMC as the IRS tax assistance site for the community. He is also currently co-president of Multicultural International Club and UMC Residential Life Community Adviser. After graduation, he will start his career with Ernst & Young in September 2013.
Xiaowei Zhou, 2013 - My name is Xiaowei and I am from Chongqing, China. After graduating, I will pursue my Master of Science in Accounting at graduate school. So far, I have been admitted to the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), North Dakota State University (NDSU), and University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). I planned to continue my graduate study at UIC. I believe the education in UMC and my advisor’s and instructors’ references played an important role through my application process. I do really appreciate all the support and education I received from University of Minnesota Crookston.
Yundi Liu, 2013 - My name is Yundi Liu. I transferred from a Chinese university to UMC in 2010. I appreciate all the faculty, staff, and classmates who help me a lot in and outside of the classroom. I have accomplished much during my undergraduate years. However, I recognize that there remains much to learn and to experience. Thus, I am intent to move forward to advanced studies in accounting at a graduate school. I have been admitted to the graduate programs at the Illinois State University, University of Massachusetts, University of San Diego, and Rochester Institute of Technology.
Baizhou Chen, 2003, graduated from the University of Minnesota, Crookston with an accounting degree and went on to graduate school at St. John's University in New York; passed the CPA exams and went to work for Ernst & Young. Then in the fall of 2011 he came back to campus in a new role - a teaching specialist in accounting. Read more about Baizhou in "It's a Life Changer" in the Spring 2012 version of the Torch magazine.