Students in The University of Southern Mississippi’s College of Business were recently recognized for outstanding academic achievement during the fall 2017 honors program held Friday, Nov. 17 on the Hattiesburg campus. Honorees (with hometowns):
School of Accountancy
Outstanding Accounting Student – Hattiesburg campus: Sheri Lowery, Sumrall.
Outstanding Accounting Student – Gulf Park campus: Moises Espinal, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Department of Finance, Real Estate and Business Law
Finance Faculty Award: Cody Childs, Yazoo City.
Outstanding Finance Student Award, Picasso Nelson Jr., Hattiesburg.
Department of Management and International Business
Outstanding Entrepreneurship Student Award: Lachelle Holmes, Tylertown.
Outstanding Business Administration Student Award: Tyler Murry, Indianola.
Outstanding Student in Management Award: Michael Smith, Panama City, Fla.
School of Marketing
Spirit of Marketing Award: Randa Amason, Pearl.
Outstanding Student in Sales Award: Nia Edwards, Ocean Springs.
Special Recognition in Healthcare Marketing Award: Morgan Musgrove.
Outstanding Student in Healthcare Marketing Award: Justin McCool, Magee.
Outstanding Senior in Merchandising Award: Madison Silva, New Orleans.
Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Sport Management
Spirit of Hospitality Award: Tyler Lee, Hattiesburg.
Outstanding Hospitality and Tourism Award: Alex Davis.
Leadership in Sport Management Award: Kevin Holland, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Outstanding Sport Management Award: Dylan Burdeaux, West Monroe, La.
Graduate Student Awards
Outstanding Student in Business Foundations Certificate: Lindsey Philpot.
Outstanding MBA Graduates: Alexis Tymkiw and Mallory James
Outstanding Graduate Student in Professional Accountancy: Maria Saylor, Biloxi.
Outstanding Master of Science in Economic Development: Matthew Harrison.
Outstanding Master of Science in Sport Management Award: Ray Durr
Graduate Sport Management Leadership Award: Dennis Hilton, Biloxi.
Academic Achievement Award: Amy Ligon, Gulfport.
College of Business Leadership Award: Benjamin Smith, Tylertown.
Spirit of Business Award: Picasso Nelson Jr., Hattiesburg.
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