The Clark H. Byrum School of Business Outstanding Students of 2011

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Twelve students were honored at the annual Clark H. Byrum School of Business awards banquet.
On April 18, twelve students in the School of Business were honored at our annual awards banquet, held in the Allison Mansion. "We are recognizing not only these outstanding students and their accomplishments, but also the quality of the individuals for whom these awards are named, and the many donors whose generosity made them possible," said Professor Kevin Huston, speaking at the reception. Recipients of the 2011 Scholarships and Awards are:Matthew Back - Timothy R. Akin Accounting and Finance Endowed ScholarshipMelissa Coutz - The Sister Laurita Kroger AwardWilliam Dixon - Donald A. Fleming Family Accounting and Finance ScholarshipJared Duncan - Henry K. Engel Accounting and Finance ScholarshipMiranda Garlitch - Financial Executives InstituteJoseph Kukolla - Business Club AwardMatthew Leighty - James R. Ellsworth ScholarshipReid McDowell - Ken Elmendorf Outstanding Graduate in Business AdministrationLeslie Newton - Joseph P. Greenlee Accounting Endowed ScholarshipJohn Pfifer - Indiana CPA Society Outstanding Senior Accounting Major AwardRonald Semro - Outstanding Sport Management GraduateJake VanDeman - Ken Elmendorf Scholarship

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