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GFCB Recognizes Students, Faculty and Staff

WKU’s Gordon Ford College of Business held its 16th annual Recognition Dinner on Friday, April 26, at the Carroll Knicely Convention Center.

The following students were recognized for their academic achievements:

Benjamin Aroh of Bowling Green, Outstanding Senior in Entrepreneurship

Amanda Beyke of Owensboro, Outstanding Junior in Accounting

Daniel Burton of Louisville, Outstanding Senior in Business Administration

Brandi Capps of Hopkinsville, Outstanding Master of Accountancy student

April Cavanah of Hopkinsville, Outstanding MBA student

Christopher Cook of Bedford, Outstanding Senior in Financial Planning

Andrew Cullen of Calvert City, recipient of the Eaton Student Leadership Award

Hanna Demirjian of Old Hickory, TN, the Delta Sigma Pi Mid-South Region Collegian of the Year

Amanda Florence of Bowling Green, Outstanding Junior in Information Systems

Gregory Foster of Bowling Green, Outstanding Senior in Business Economics and the Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award

Michael Free of Timnath, CO, Outstanding Senior in Information Systems

Lucy George of Louisville, Outstanding Senior in Marketing

Said Ghezal of Bowling Green, Outstanding Master of Applied Economics student

Cody Hutchins of Mt. Washington, Outstanding Senior in International Business

Erika Klosterman of Bardstown, Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award

Hilary Mishler of Crawfordsville, IN, Outstanding Senior in Accounting

Jasmine Morgan of Nashville, TN, Outstanding Junior in Marketing

Pooja Patel of Bowling Green, Outstanding Junior in Management

Zachary Ritchey of Marietta, GA, Outstanding Junior in Finance

Raymond Shears of London, Outstanding Junior in Economics

David Thomas of Edgewood, Outstanding Senior in Financial Management and the Robert W. Jefferson Outstanding Graduating Senior

Samantha Tichenor of Owensboro, Outstanding Senior in Human Resource Management

Christopher Yates of Columbia, Outstanding Senior in Economics

 

The following and faculty and staff were recognized at the event:

Public Service Award: Ms. Sheri Henson, Accounting

Research & Creativity Award: Dr. Yining Chen, Accounting

Student Advisement Award: Dr. Kirk Atkinson, Information Systems

Teaching Award: Dr. David Zimmer, Economics

Hays Watkins Fellow in Research: Dr. David Beckworth, Economics

Hays Watkins Fellow in Teaching: Dr. Dana Cosby, Management

MBA Teaching Award: Dr. Dawn Bolton, Management

Lou Pride Student Service Award: Ms. Bethany Smith

Alumni Award: Jerry Henderson, B.S. Accounting 1990

Recent Alumni Award: Courtney Ryan, B.S. Accounting

Gordon & Glenda Ford Award for Faculty Excellence: Dr. Jerry Gottlieb, Marketing

Vitale Award for Initiative, Innovation & Leadership: Dr. Lukas Forbes, Marketing

Anne & Dan Greenwell Staff Award: Ms. Karen Gogel

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