Economics major receives NWC Faculty Honors Award


Misael Bruzzone, an economics major from Paraguay who earned minors in philosophy and statistics, received faculty honors in Northwestern College’s commencement exercises on May 14.

The Faculty Honor Award is given to graduates who excel in academic achievement, Christian influence, general attitude, and participation in meaningful campus activities. The highest honor the faculty bestows on senior graduates, it is determined by a vote of the entire faculty.

Bruzzone graduated magna cum laude after compiling a GPA of between 3.70 and 3.89. An Honors Scholar, he received the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award from the faculty of the Department of Commerce and Economics. Bruzzone also conducted Junior Scholar research with a business professor.

A resident assistant, Misael has served as a peer tutor and guidance staff member, has been active in the Investment Club, and has participated in Spring Service Partnerships and Summer Service. He has also written film and music reviews as a reviewer for the Beacon, Northwestern’s student newspaper.

Interested in a career in finance or banking, Bruzzone will pursue a master’s degree in information science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Northwestern’s business program will prepare you for more than success in terms of results, as its Christ-centered focus enables you to live your Christian values ​​in the workplace. With significant hands-on experience and mentorship from expert faculty, Northwestern students excel on the CPA exam and the international business strategy game and are in high demand by employers.


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