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Accountancy Scholarships

June 25, 2002


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MACOMB, IL -- Thirty Western Illinois University accountancy students received recognition for their academic achievements and more than $12,000 in scholarship funding.

The students, listed by hometown, include:

ALEDO -- Kathy Gray, a senior, received a $1,500 Deere & Co. scholarship and a $500 department scholarship. Gray also received a $2,000 WIU College of Business and Technology scholarship. Gray is a student at the WIU-Quad Cities, Moline campus.

ALGONQUIN -- Kyle Johnson, a graduate student, was recognized for his participation on the undergraduate department's Andersen Tax Challenge team.

BURLINGTON, IA -- Crystal Jolin, a graduate student, received a $300 department of accountancy scholarship and was also recognized as the department's outstanding scholar for Spring 2002.

CAMBRIDGE -- Janet Stevens, a graduate student, was named the Outstanding Graduate Student and was also recognized for her participation on the graduate department's Andersen Tax Challenge Team.

CAMP POINT -- Misty Smith, a senior, received a $300 department scholarship.

DALLAS CITY -- Denise Hobart, a senior, received a $400 I.B. McGladrey scholarship, and received a $2,000 WIU College of Business and Technology scholarship.

DAVENPORT, IA -- Molly Mayfield, a senior, received a $1,500 Deere & Co. scholarship and a $500 Samuel Oliva scholarship. The Oliva scholarship is awarded annually to accountancy majors who demonstrate leadership through involvement in accountancy student organizations; Annette Brauer, a senior at the WIU-Quad Cities campus, was awarded a $350 Society of Accountancy scholarship; Terry Dierksen, a senior at the WIU-Quad Cities campus, was recognized for his service as president of Beta Alpha Psi, the national honors fraternity for financial information professionals.

ERIE -- Jessica McCallister, a senior, was honored for her partcipation in the IMA Case Competition in San Antonio, TX.

FITCHBURG, WI -- Hillary Predith, a senior, received a $350 Accounting Society Scholarship.

GLENDALE HEIGHTS -- David Eide, a senior, was awarded a $1,000 Samuel Oliva scholarship. The Oliva scholarship is awarded annually to accountancy majors who demonstrate leadership through involvement in accountancy student organizations.

HAWTHORN WOODS -- Justin Novotney, a senior, received a $300 department scholarship and a $2,000 WIU College of Business and Technology scholarship.

JACKSONVILLE -- Cory McGrath, a senior, was named the department's outstanding scholar for Fall 2002.

LAKE IN THE HILLS -- Megan Weisenberger, a senior accountancy and French major, received a $2,000 WIU College of Business and Technology scholarship.

MACOMB -- Crystal Witbeck, a graduate student, was recognized for her participation on the Andersen Tax Challenge graduate team; Eric Fisher, a graduate student, was recognized for his participation on the undergraduate department's Andersen Tax Challenge team.

MILAN -- David Cassini, a senior accountancy and information management major, received a $250 WIU-Quad Cities department of accountancy scholarship.
MT. PROSPECT -- Erin Flanagan, a senior, received a $500 Col. Marinda Coultas Wood scholarship. The Wood scholarship is awarded to an upper-division student from Scott, Moran, Greene and Pike counties, and to applicants who plan to sit for the CMA Certification Exam.

NAUVOO -- Abe Smith, a graduate student, was awarded a $500 BAP/KPMG scholarship.

OSWEGO -- Zachary Tongate received a $500 J. David Smith scholarship.

PECATONICA -- Nicole Hughes, a senior, received a $400 I.B. McGladrey scholarship.

QUINCY -- Heather Hubbert, a senior finance major, received a $350 Accounting Society scholarship; Kelly Kaufman, a senior, received a $1,000 Samuel Oliva scholarship. The Oliva scholarship is awarded annually to accountancy majors who demonstrate leadership through involvement in accountancy student organizations.

RACINE, WI -- Jason Schroeder, a graduate student, received a $500 George K. Krull, Jr. scholarship.

ROCK ISLAND -- Susan Griego, a graduate student, was honored as the department's outstanding senior at the WIU-Quad Cities campus and for her service as president as the Society of Accountancy/IMA at the Moline campus.

SILVIS -- Stacy Seuamsothabandith, a senior, received a $500 department scholarship.

STRONGHURST -- Amy Muhleman, a graduate student, was recognized as the outstanding graduate student for 2001-02.

ST. CHARLES -- Katie Hensel, a graduate student, was awarded a $500 BAP/KPMG scholarship.

Posted By: Darcie Shinberger (DR-Shinberger@wiu.edu)
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