ETBU Fred M. Hale School of Business Recognizes Top Studentsby Mike Midkiff
MARSHALL, Texas (4/25/13)- The East Texas Baptist University Fred M. Hale School of Business honored students for the 2012-2013 academic year by recognizing top individuals in the program. The annual year-end ceremony was held in Hale School of Business Building on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
The Dr. Edwin F. Moore Award for Outstanding Student in Economics went to international student Xie (Candy) Ying. This award is presented to the student who has excelled in the field of economic study. Dr. Moore served as chairman of the Department of Business until his retirement in 1978.
Daniel Morey of Marshall was named the Outstanding Student in Accounting. This award is given to the student who has excelled in the field of accounting.
The Outstanding Management Information Systems Student Award went to Marshall native Micah Alonzo.
Jessica Harrison of Livingston won the Outstanding Student in Management award. This award is given to the student who has excelled in the field of management.
The Outstand Student in Marketing Award, given to the student who has excelled in the field of marketing, went to Stephanie Conrod of Maple Valley, Wash.
Irma Dangleben of Marshall received the Fred M. Hale School of Business Academic Award for having the highest grade point average.
The Earl Thames Award for Christian Character, presented to the senior student in the School of Business that best expresses Christian character as a part of daily living, went to Ringold, La. native Lerinda Baham. Dr. Thames was a professor of Accounting who was well loved by his students. The award was initiated upon his retirement from ETBU in 1998.
The Dean’s Award, presented to the student voted by the business school faculty most likely to succeed, was awarded to Brad Keifer of Houston.
ETBU will hold its spring commencement on Saturday, May 4 with two ceremonies, 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Graduates from the Fred M. Hale School of Business will participate in the 10:30 a.m. ceremony.