International Business Student Featured in 100 Best and Brightest Business Students in the Nation

POETS & QUANTS imagery and a photo of Caroline Murray

Each year, Poets&Quants selects students from the top business schools in the nation to be included among its list of "100 Best & Brightest Business Majors of 2021." Included in this year's standout selection is USD International Business major, Caroline Murray. 

Passionate about making a difference with her business education, Murray shared the following with Poets&Quants about her student experience at the University of San Diego School of Business. 

Fun fact about yourself: My quarantine hobbies have included learning all of the world capitals and keeping up with the English Premier League.

Hometown: Dallas, TX

Major: International Business and Spanish

Minor: International Relations

Favorite Business Course: International Comparative Management and International Business Negotiations

Extracurricular Activities, Community Work and Leadership Roles During College: Student International Business Council: President, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity: VP Professional Development, Alpha Chi Omega: Member, International Rescue Committee: Volunteer, Fulbright ETA in Colombia: Semi-Finalist Status (Awaiting final verdict), Honors Senior Thesis: Colombia’s Informal Economy (In Progress), Dean’s List/ First Honors: Every Semester

Where have you interned during your college career?

  • Justice in Mexico, Research and Outreach Intern, 2020 (San Diego, CA – Virtual) – I conducted research and composed blog posts about citizen security in Mexico. In addition, I helped film and translate learning materials for the organization’s legal training initiatives.
  • USD Auxiliary Services, Student Intern, 2019 – 2020 (San Diego, CA) – As a student intern for the Business Director, I determined month-end bank reconciliations, compiled reports, and updated the inventory system with new products and measurements.
  • WOOM, Intern, 2019 (Madrid, Spain) – I had the opportunity to intern at WOOM while completing my semester abroad in Madrid. During my time there, I translated company marketing materials, proofread blog posts, and helped create social media content.
  • SocialWay eServices, Digital Marketing Intern, 2018 (Nicosia, Cyprus) – USD’s Student International Business Council gave me this incredible opportunity to intern in Cyprus when I was a freshman. It encouraged me to further pursue opportunities with an international focus.

Where will you be working after graduation? Undecided – I am currently in the process of applying to organizations with a strong international focus.

Contact:

Gabrielle Horta
ghorta@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4468