Creating balance as student athletes, embracing diversity, academic rigor and growth with Stan Vandierendonck – Podcast
Stan Vandierendonck is a shining example of the dedication and passion exhibited among many of Life University’s International students. Vandierendonck is from Belgium, and he sincerely enjoys the rich diversity of many of the soccer teams he has played on, having the privilege to play alongside people from all over the world and Life University (Life U) is no different. Vandierendonck currently serves on the Life U Men’s Soccer team as Captain and as a mid-fielder. He is currently completing a B.S in Interdisciplinary Studies, and he has previously received degrees as a B.S in Psychology and a B.S in Computer Information Systems and Technology (CIST).
Soccer, Studies and Athletic Analysis with Matheus Brandao – Podcast
Soccer is more than just a sport, it is something of a way of life for the dedicated players and fans here at Life U and farther afield. Matheus Brandao is early on in his career, trying to see how to turn his commitment to sports and athletics analysis into a lifelong professional passion. He currently serves as a Graduate Assistant for Life U Men’s Soccer, while completing his studies as a B.S in Computer Information Systems and Technology (CIST) student.
Faces of LIFE: Jaime Gonzalez Mesa
Mesa came to Life University (Life U) from Valencia, Spain because of the flexibility in studies offered here at Life U, including the ability to complete a double major. He is a student-athlete on the soccer team and a RISE Award recipient.
Creating community as an international student athlete and business student, with Ramy Katit- Podcast
B.B.A student and Life U Men’s soccer player Rami Katit describes a bit about what it is like to travel from across the world to join the diverse and vibrant culture of Life University. Originally from Germany, he certainly experienced some level of culture shock but ultimately feels his experiences have helped him to grow as a person.