Fellow:Daniel Yim

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Daniel Yim is an international business major at Susquehanna University where he has received a great liberal arts education allowing him to gain insight into a variety of disciplines. He is also a University Innovation Fellows candidate for the Fall 2017 leadership circle on his campus and the first UIF member from his 2020 class. He has helped create the first creator and innovator showcase and helped push for the mentoring and innovation center on his campus.

A global leader with a passion for cross-cultural interactions and perspectives, Daniel has an adaptive mindset that has allowed him to gain global opportunities. He has been recognized by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S State Department by being award the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship that has allowed him to study abroad in Tokyo, Japan for the fall 2018 semester. He has also been recognized by his school and was 1 of 7 students who received the Eric Stein Scholarship, allowing him to intern in Seoul, South Korea during the summer of 2019.

Back on campus, Daniel has been involved in a range of diverse clubs and communities at SU such as the Asian Cultural Association, D.I.C.E. (Design, Innovation, Creativity, Entrepreneurship) Club, League of Legends Club, Marketing Club, P.I.E.R (Professional Internship and Employment Readiness Program). Daniel is also a large advocate and mentor for students wanting to study abroad, providing students with resources to help them succeed and scholarship resources such as the Gilman Scholarship.

Growing up in Warrington, PA, Daniel participated in Boy Scouts and became an Eagle Scout, involved in music, marching band, and spending the rest of his time working or reading. Some of his hobbies include cooking, designing, reading, PC building, and photography. Driven by his passion for helping support others, learning new things, and his global mindset, Daniel is interested in the success of himself and his coworkers, friends, and students.

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