Gordon Ford College of Business Recognizes Outstanding Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni
- Communication Staff
- Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
WKU’s Gordon Ford College of Business held its 21st annual Recognition Dinner on Friday, April 21. Students, faculty, and staff were recognized for their academic achievements.
The following students were recognized:
Jordan Barbagallo, Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award, from Mt. Washington, Ky.
Ann Belcher, Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award, from Bowling Green
Alex Bishop, Outstanding Senior in Accounting, from Nashville
Alec Broughton, Outstanding Senior in Financial Planning, from Georgetown, Ky.
Brandon Carey, Outstanding Senior in Business Economics, from Bowling Green
Titus Carter, Outstanding MBA Student from Lafayette, Tenn.
Claire Champagne, Outstanding Junior in Marketing, from Breaux Bridge, Louisiana.
Nathan Cherry, Outstanding Senior in Management and the Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award, from Bowling Green
Gabrielle Epperson, Outstanding Senior in Human Resource Management, from Owensboro.
Haley Goodaker, Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award, from Madisonville.
Ian Hamilton, Outstanding Junior in Management and Information Systems, from Georgetown.
Kyler Hart, Outstanding Senior in Information Systems, from Elizabethtown.
Will Hughes, Outstanding Senior in Economics, from Russellville, Ky.
Dustin James, Outstanding Senior in Entrepreneurship, from Bowling Green
Towhid Mahmood, Outstanding Graduate Student in Economics, from Bangladesh
Elvis Meskovic, Outstanding Master of Accountancy student from Bowling Green
Elizabeth Moss, Outstanding Senior in Financial Management, Delta Sigma Pi Golden Key Award, and Robert Jefferson Outstanding Graduating Senior from Bowling Green
Adabella Nunez, Eaton Leadership Award, from Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.
Blake Pawley, Outstanding Senior in International Business, from Elizabethtown.
Nicole Roseland, Outstanding Junior in Finance, from Bowling Green
Amanda Seng, Outstanding Senior in Marketing, from Dubois, Ind.
Kelly Stone, Outstanding Junior in Economics, from Kansas City, Missouri.
Anna Williams, Outstanding Senior in Mathematical Economics, from Edmonton, Ky.
Chad Wilson, Outstanding Junior in Accounting, from Cub Run, Ky.
The Student Ambassadors for the GFCB were also recognized: Kaley Allen, Daniel Aroh, Carson Ball, Casey Child, Lyric Davis, Kelsey Hughson, Shelby Jones, Lejla Nuhanovic, Adabella Nunez, Owen Posey, and Lyn Dawsyn Steenbergen.
The Dean’s Student Advisory Council was also recognized for its service this academic year: Maria Hernandez, Sharon Brooks, Alex Bishop, Bella Nunez, Nathan Cherry, James Hill, Blake Pawley, Juliana Murray-Harris, Paige O’Connell, Michael Harrell, Eric Spiller, Alec Broughton, Daniel Aroh, Colleen Coomes, Skyler Wilson, Cleveland Simpson, Gabrielle Epperson, Flavio Chavarri, Jacob Jones, and Kyla Scanlon.
The following and faculty and staff were recognized at the event:
Public Service Award: Dr. Shane Spiller, Management
Research & Creativity Award: Dr. Leyla Zhuhadar, Information Systems
Student Advisement Award: Dr. Kirk Atkinson, Information Systems
Teaching Award: Dr. Stephen Locke, Economics
Lou Prida Student Service Award: Ms. Adrianne Browning, Career Development Specialist
Gordon & Glenda Ford Award for Faculty Excellence: Dr. Dawn Bolton, Management
Vitale Award for Initiative, Innovation & Leadership: Dr. Mark Ciampa, Information Systems
Anne & Dan Greenwell Staff Award: Ms. Monica Duvall, Internship Coordinator