In order to bring RIT's programs and courses, delivered at RIT Croatia, closer to our students and potential students, we decided to talk to Ms Milena Kužnin, one of the Hospitality and Tourism Management BS program faculty from Dubrovnik campus. Known for her passion for management and leadership, Ms Kužnin has been teaching our students how to become the leaders that fit the organizational needs today and the future, for 16 years now.
Four of RIT Croatia IT/WMC students, Dora Beronić, Dino Muharemagić, Paula Pufek, and Matija Šipek, participated and presented their research papers at the 43rd International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics – MIPRO 2020, organized on September 28 – October 2, 2020, in a hybrid format in Opatija and online.
On September 24, professor Simonetta Mossa from Italy was cordially invited by professor Zrinka Friganović Sain as a guest speaker during Beginning and Intermediate Italian classes in Dubrovnik.
In order to bring RIT's programs and courses, delivered at RIT Croatia, closer to our students and potential students, we decided to talk to Dr. Besim Agušaj, who has been teaching numerous courses from the Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) BS program faculty from Dubrovnik campus for close to 20 years.
Marija Lončarević and Vedran Belamarić, peers from RIT's Master of Science in Service Leadership and Innovation program, Class of 2020, just recently started a business together. Aside from really cool courses, it was the fun, good vibes and lots of learning from other peers in the cohort that made two years spent in the program seem like two months. But, we’ll get to that story some other time. This is a story about Marija and Vedran.