October, 21, 2019
The third Family Feud quiz, organized by Eta Sigma Delta
honorary society, was most certainly a fun way to finishing off with the
previous working week. On Friday, October 18, over 35 students gathered at the Hilton
Imperial Hotel in Dubrovnik to watch the clash of two students teams, one led
by professor Besim Agušaj and the other led by professor Rebecca Charry, and
this time the topic was EXCELLENCE - the 3rd pillar of Eta Sigma
The teams took the contest seriously, especially Team
Agušaj, as this was his second chance to claim victory. With professor Kevin
Walker as the host, the atmosphere was everything but boring and in a matter of
no time the quiz came to its end with Team Agušaj as the winners.
"This event was the first in a row of events that will be organized
by Eta Sigma Delta students in the academic year 2019/2020. The Family Feud
format is a fun way of learning but it’s also a good indicator of the variety
of ways to engage students in communication. I have to say kudos to students
who organized the entire event by themselves and special thanks go to Hilton
Imperial Hotel who generously sponsored the venue and refreshments to all
attendees” said professor Milena Kužnin who serves as a Mentor to Eta Sigma
Delta honorary society at RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus.
Congratulations to the winning Team Agušaj: Vana Mandrapa,
Emma Marunic, Holly Martin and Mark Parfait, and great job to members of Team
Charry: Toni Farac, Nino Škuflić, Elena Bürgin and Jack Hyland.
See you soon for the 4th round of Family Feud, stay tuned!
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