Gaming Technology Company Funds International Business Scholarships
The international business program at the Lee Business School at UNLV is poised to expand its scholarship and internship offerings with a $100,000 gift from Aristocrat Technologies Inc.
The gift is the school's first private donation for scholarships in international business and will support four, $5,000 scholarships for students for five years. Juniors with a minimum GPA of 3.25 will be eligible to compete for the awards.
"We are excited to receive this gift, which will help us offer more academic support to students interested in international business," said Dr. Mel Jameson, director of international initiatives in the business school.
The gift will support the growth of the international business program, said Nick Khin, president and CEO of Aristocrat, one of the world's largest global suppliers of gaming equipment with offices in the United States, Australia, Japan, Europe, Africa, India, and South America.
"We admire and appreciate the close relationship UNLV has with the gaming industry and are excited about the continued development of UNLV's international business program," Khin said.
Aristocrat has called Las Vegas home to its North American operations for more than 12 years and has a number of advanced game design studios here.
For more information about the scholarship or the international business program, contact Jameson at 702-895-1025 or email@example.com.
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