AGEM SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 2015 DREXEL UNIVERSITY CASINO GAMING STUDENT


Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality Champion Slot and Sport Management reported that Shaoxian Li, a lesser, is the beneficiary of the 2015 Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Scholarship for understudies keen on seeking after a profession in the gaming and club industry.

The $10,000 grant is supported by the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM), a worldwide exchange affiliation addressing makers of electronic gaming gadgets, frameworks and parts for the gaming business.

“The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers is satisfied to offer the help behind the AGEM Scholarship program at Drexel,” said AGEM President Thomas Jingoli. “Drexel keeps on showing a solid obligation to a gaming-driven educational program that will develop over the long haul and fill in as a preparation ground for the district’s extending gaming and gambling club scene. AGEM upholds a wide assortment of instructive drives and collaborating with Drexel and its committed staff has been extremely compensating for our association.”

“Gambling club and gaming the executives is one of the quickest developing areas of the cordiality business and at the focal point of the travel industry improvement in the Philadelphia district,” said Jonathan Deutsch, PhD, educator and establishing head of the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management. “Through the liberality of AGEM as well as their part producers, we can give understudies an involved driving edge insight in and past our homeroom at Drexel.”

“I’m respected to have been chosen to get the AGEM Scholarship. This grant will help me in seeking after additional investigations in gambling club related courses and at last arrive at my objective of a profession in the gambling club industry. I say thanks to AGEM for making this scholaship accessible and my teacher Bob Ambrose for his direction.” said Li.

“This liberal gift offers a solid expression about the enrollment of AGEM and their obligation to the fate of the business and instructive gaming programs,” said Bob Ambrose, teacher of gaming and cordiality at the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management and the Dennis Gomes Memorial Casino Training Lab.

“It is a distinction to join forces with AGEM and its individuals. This is the second year we have granted this Scholarship. Understudies like Shaoxian who have shown a genuine obligation to a profession in the gambling club gaming industry benefit colossally,” said Ambrose.


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