Earlier this month, representatives from Novus International, Inc., both presented and received awards during the annual Saint Louis University (SLU) International Business Awards ceremony in Missouri, US.
The event, held on 3 October, awarded scholarships to select students in the Boeing Institute of International Business (BIIB).
Each of the students has undergraduate studies in international business, exhibit academic achievements and are active in service and extracurricular activities. In total seven students were recognized.
François Fraudeau who is Novus President and CEO presented the Novus Global Scholar award to Marissa Oxendine who is in her third year at SLU.
The international animal health and nutrition company has began awarding the scholarship in 2011 to SLU students to support young people who intend to take their careers across countries and continents.
The ceremony also recognized the achievements of four global business leaders in the St Louis region for their positive impact “within the worldwide scope of business and leadership.”
Jeff Klopfenstein who is Novus’s president of the Methionine Business Unit has received the Consanguinity Insignia Award, which is presented to distinguished individuals who share a connection and also a common vision with the leadership of the global business community.
Dr Hadi Alhorr who is the director of the Boeing Institute of International Business said, We have been lucky to partner with Novus on our international business academic and also corporate outreach programs, Also said, It’s companies like the Novus International and business leaders like Francois and Jeff that allow us to offer scholarships, academic tools and employment opportunities for students majoring in international business at Saint Louis University.
According to the University, the Boeing Institute of International Business at Saint Louis University’s Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business was founded in.