Fall 2016 International Ambassadors
Country: India and Nepal
Language(s) spoken: Hindi and Nepali
Radhika Agarwal is an undergraduate student in the Economics program at UM-Flint. With that said, she sees herself as an analyst in the future. She is currently serving as the vice-president of the Indian Student Association and works as one of the tutors for basic economic courses at the Student Success Center. She is also a volunteer at the Shop Floor Theatre Company. She loves to travel and explore new places.
Country: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Language(s) spoken: Arabic and English.
Program/major: Health Sciences
Zainab Alradhi is a social butterfly that you might see in almost every on-campus and art community event. She changed her major to health Sciences, focusing on Environmental safety, to expand her assistant to more people and be more creative and passionate in her future career. She is an art enthusiast and is very passionate about photography. She is in the process of writing her first book sharing some of the interesting things she had experienced in this precious time of her life.
Country: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Languages spoken: Arabic, English
Nasser Alsaid is an undergraduate students from Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia. He is a Junior, and he is majoring in Clinical Laboratory Science/ Medical Technology. Besides his role as an International Student Ambassador, Nasser serves as a general board member on the Campus Activities Board, and is the social coordinator for the Saudi Club at UM-Flint.
Home Country: India
Languages: Pahari, Kangri, Hindi, Urdu,Sanskrit, Punjabi, Haryanvi, English, German.
Nickxit Bhardwaj is an undergraduate student majoring in Computer Sciences and taking courses in Music. He is from Palampur, Himachal Pradesh (H.P), India. Nick is an artist and loves to play music, especially flamenco guitar around downtown and adjoining areas. He likes to meet and greet new students and people in the town and help his best to make them connected with the campus community. He is part of the diverse campus community and an active member/officer of several organizations and clubs like Theta Chi Fraternity, ISA, BSU, ACM, Immigrant U etc. UM-Flint has become another home. Michigan reminds him a lot about Himalayas back home while friends and community continue to make UM-Flint an amazing experience.
Language(s) Spoken: English, Malay
Menusha Arumugam is an undergraduate transfer student from Malaysia. She began her studies at UM-Flint in Spring 2014. She is currently a senior in the Honors program majoring in Biology. Her long term goal is to get a doctorate in Biology and becoming a research scientist. While she’s not burying her nose in a Biology book, she loves reading fiction novels and painting. Apart from her role as an International Student Ambassador, she is also the President of Student Government and an active member of First Street Block Club and the African Student Association.
Languages: Arabic, German, English
Zena Elkady is an undergraduate student from Cairo, Egypt. She is a sophomore studying Marketing and Communication in hopes to become a successful business woman in the future. Since she came to Flint in December 2013, she has been trying to cook an Egyptian dish, but only succeeded once. Zena discovered that the best way to deal with Michigan’s cold weather is to read romantic & mystery books, hang out with friends and play volleyball at the Recreation Center. Her campus involvement includes Student Government, First Street Block Club and African Student Association. Traveling to other States made Zena appreciate the unique people in Flint and her lively small campus.
Jun Hyuk Lee
Country: South Korea
Language(s) Spoken: Korean and English
Jun is an undergraduate student from South Korea. He is a senior and currently in the nursing program (BSN 46!). Prior to getting accepted to the nursing program, He served as the Vice President of the Pre-PA club. He is an active volunteer at Hurley Medical Center, where he sees many crazy trauma situations. Jun came to the U.S. in 2006, and spent seven years in Grand Rapids, one year in Tennessee, and now at UM-Flint. Jun loves meeting new people and getting to know them!
Language(s) spoken: English and Yoruba
Adedotun is a graduate student of Computer Science and Information systems. He serves as a Director with the Student Government and he’s also the president of African Student Association. Adedotun enjoys swimming, music and, lately, long distance driving when he isn’t busy with school and work Activities. Adedotun is a strong believer in the phrase “Help EVER, Hurt NEVER.”