College of Business and Technology names educational award recipients

College of Business and Technology names educational award recipients


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April 30, 2020

Morehead State’s Elmer R.

Smith College of Business and Technology is honoring student success by means of saying the winners of its annual educational awards. One graduating senior student from each fundamental in the School of Business Administration and the School of Engineering and Computer Science is diagnosed both school year for staggering academic success.   
Honorees from the School of Business Administration are:  
Kassidy M.

Childers from Pikeville, wonderful accounting student.  
Cory P.

Conway from Noblesville, Indiana, extraordinary sport management student.
Raven E.

Little from West Liberty, fantastic small business management and entrepreneurship student.
Olivia L.

Lohmeier from Cincinnati, Ohio, staggering computer guidance tactics student.  
Porsche D.

Maness from Means, awesome normal commercial student.
Karly G.

Potts from Ephrata, Pennsylvania, remarkable management student.
Samantha E.

Webb from Morehead, superb finance student.  
Dolly Mahayla West from Paris, outstanding marketing student.   

Graduate student award winners were:  
David Halcomb from Lexington, unbelievable Master of Business Administration graduate.  
Alexis R.

Smith from Williamsport, Indiana, fantastic Master of Arts in game control graduate.   

Honorees from the School of Engineering and Computer Science are:  
Nasser M.

Alkhaldi, a resident of Morehead, outstanding mechanical and production engineering generation student.
Brenton C.

Anderson from Morehead, unbelievable electronics and pc engineering generation student.
Montana B.

Cheek from West Liberty, outstanding engineering management student.
Craigory V.

Coppola from Danville, brilliant pc technology student.  
Jesse J.

Holbrook from Olive Hill, astounding construction management and civil engineering technology student.
Alberta L.

Manning from Ashland, stunning generation management student.  
Eddie E.

Shelton from Hi Hat, outstanding career and technical education student.
Steven M.

Todd from Mount Sterling, staggering engineering and generation management undergraduate researcher and easiest fall 2019 senior thesis.  

Graduate Student Honorees are:  
Michael R.

Chambers from Lexington, unbelievable Master of Science in Career and Technical Education graduate student.  
Richards A.

Phillips from Morehead, astounding Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management graduate student.   

For more guidance about courses in MSU’s Elmer R.

Smith College of Business and Technology, stopover at www.moreheadstate.edu/cbt, email or call 606-783-2174.