Business Students Honored
Academic excellence within the Accounting, Business and Economics division at Central Methodist University brought 15 awards to a dozen CMU students during a celebration held this past Thursday, April 19.
Another eight CMU students were inducted into the campus chapter of Delta Mu Delta, national honor society in business administration, according to Division Chair Sally Hackman.
Shannon Dickerson, a CMU senior accounting major from Moberly, received three awards and Kaitlyn Eversmeyer, a senior business major from Troy, garnered two at the banquet and awards ceremony on the CMU campus.
Dickerson took home the Accounting Excellence Award, the Departmental Fellow citation, and a Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Leadership Award. Eversmeyer also claimed a SIFE Leadership Award, along with the Noble Emmett Baskett Scholarship in Business.
Others honored at the event included:
Randy Barta, a senior accounting major from Sturgeon, the Gentry Estill Award for Total Business Excellence; Meghan Barton, a junior communication studies major from Fenton, a SIFE Leadership Award;
Andrew Behrle, a junior business major from Buffalo, the Banking & Finance Excellence Award; Kayla Calvin, a senior business major from Troy, the Business Education Excellence Award;
Alexa Fox, a senior business major from Columbia, the Marketing & Advertising Excellence Award; Debra Heggemann, a senior business major from Jonesburg, the General Business Excellence Award;
Olivia Herlein, a senior business major from Armstrong, the Susan Estill Award for Total Business Excellence; Kelsey Johnley, a senior business major from Troy, the Entrepreneurship Excellence Award;
Jennifer Mosley, a junior accounting major from Chatham, Ill., the Lisa Powell Goessling Merit Scholarship; and Kayla Yount, a senior business major from Overland Park, Kan., the Outstanding Senior in Accounting, Business and Economics.
Eight students along with faculty member Todd Lawrence were inducted into Delta Mu Delta, a national honor society established to honor superior scholastic achievement of students in business administration. The CMU chapter, Beta Psi, was established in 1976. Students inducted included:
Shawn Beard, a senior business major from Moberly; Andrew Behrle; Caleb Boeckman, a junior accounting major from Eugene; Alexander Hunter, a junior business major from Kansas City; Jennifer Mosley; Kayla Sanders, a junior business major from Armstrong; Ryan Sherman, a senior business major from Fayette; and Amelia Truex, a junior accounting major from Bunceton.
Founded in 1854, Central Methodist programs range from undergraduate and graduate studies to high-school dual credit offerings. Serving more than 5,000 students on its historic main campus in Fayette, through collaborative programs at locations across Missouri, and online, the CMU mission emphasizes academic and professional excellence, ethical leadership, and social responsibility.
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