ECU School of Business Spring 2014 Honors and Recognition Banquet

The Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet was held Spring 2014. This is a list of honors and recognition winners.
 

Casey Black CHICKASHA'S BLACK NAMED OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN AT ECU

East Central University student Casey Black (right), a business administration major with a concentration in general business from Chickasha, is named an Outstanding Freshman at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Daisha ChesserSEMINOLE'S CHESSER EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Daisha Chesser (right), a business administration major from Seminole, earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Rachel ClayADA'S CLAY EARNS COCA-COLA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SCHOLARSHIP AT ECU

East Central University student Rachel Clay of Ada earns the Ada Coca-Cola Business Administration Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin (left), dean of the school of business, and Dr. Pat Fountain, professor of business administration, are shown congratulating her. Clay was also named an Outstanding Sophomore at the event.




Elizabeth CliftCUSHING'S CLIFT RECIPIENT OF BRILES SCHOLARSHIP AT ECU

East Central University student Elizabeth Clift (right), a business administration major with a concentration in management from Cushing, is the recipient of a Briles Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Alan DennisADA'S DENNIS RECIPIENT OF TONY SCOTT SCHOLARSHIP AT ECU

East Central University student Alan Dennis (right), an accounting major from Ada, is the recipient of the Tony Scott Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation. Dennis was also named an Outstanding Sophomore at the event.




Dr. Pamela JacksonECU'S JACKSON RECOGNIZED FOR 26 YEARS OF SERVICE AT ECU

Dr. Pamela Jackson, associate professor of business administration at East Central University, is recognized for her 26 years of service to the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business at the annual Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, presented Dr. Jackson with a plaque commemorating her retirement.




Yvette HarjoECU'S HARJO RECOGNIZED FOR 30 YEARS OF SERVICE AT ECU

Dr. Yvette Harjo, professor of accounting and Adolph Linscheid Distinguished Teaching Professor at East Central University, is recognized for her 30 years of service to the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business at the Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, presented Dr. Harjo with a plaque commemorating her retirement.




Rhetta Farrill

 

STRATFORD'S FARRILL NAMED OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN AT ECU

East Central University student Rhetta Farrill (right), a business administration major with a concentration in management from Stratford, is named an Outstanding Freshman at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Corrynn Franklin
 

ADA'S FRANKLIN RECEIVES VISION BANK BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SCHOLARSHIP AT ECU

East Central University student Corrynn Franklin, a business administration major with a concentration in management from Ada, is the recipient of the Vision Bank Business Administration Award Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin (left), dean of the school of business, and Steve Bagwell, president of Vision Bank, made the presentation. Franklin was also named an Outstanding Senior at the event.




Paul Caleb Fulton

 

WILSON'S FULTON EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Paul Caleb Fulton (right), a business administration major with a concentration in finance from Wilson, earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Noah HahnSHAWNEE'S HAHN EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Noah Hahn (right), an accounting major from Shawnee, earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Nathan HickmanMARIETTA'S HICKMAN EARNS THREE AWARDS AT ECU

East Central University student Nathan Hickman (right), an accounting major from Marietta, shows off the awards he earned at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Hickman received the Carlos Johnson Accounting Scholarship, was named an Outstanding Junior and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service for outstanding public service to the community through his participation in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentations.




Kaitlin HisawSTONEWALL'S HISAW RECEIVES LANDRUM SCHOLARSHIP BY LANDMARK BANK AT ECU

East Central University student Kaitlin Hisaw (right), a business administration major with a concentration in finance from Stonewall, is the recipient of the Mark Landrum Scholarship by Landmark Bank at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Brandon HoltADA'S HOLT EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Brandon Holt (left), a business administration major with a concentration in entrepreneurship from Ada, earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Roger LaxtonADA'S LAXTON EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Roger Laxton (right) from Ada earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 master of science in accounting at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Yolande VazquezADA'S VAZQUEZ EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Yolande Vazquez (right) from Ada earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 master of science in accounting at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Flor MendozaADA'S MENDOZA EARNS DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD AT ECU

East Central University student Flor Mendoza (left), a business administration major with a concentration in general business from Ada, earns the Distinguished Graduate Award 2013-2014 at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Hasana ShresthaADA'S SHRESTHA RECIPIENT OF TWO AWARDS AT ECU

East Central University student Hasana Shrestha, a business administration major from Ada, is the recipient of the Dr. Gerald Williamson Centennial Business Administration Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. She also was named an Outstanding Junior at the event. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, and Dr. Williamson, who is a senior advancement professional at ECU, are shown congratulating Shrestha.




Stacey ZuluADA'S ZULU EARNS TWO AWARDS AT ECU

East Central University student Stacey Zulu, a business administration major with a concentration in finance from Ada, shows off the awards she earned at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Zulu received the Fountain Family Scholarship and was named an Outstanding Senior. Wendell Godwin (left), dean of the school of business, and Dr. Pat Fountain, professor of business administration, are shown with Zulu.




Kelsie RominesSTONEWALL'S ROMINES RECIPIENT OF PARHAM BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP AT ECU

East Central University student Kelsie Romines (right), a business administration major with a concentration in finance from Stonewall, is the recipient of the Bill and Betty Parham Centennial Business Administration Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation. Romines also was named an Outstanding Senior at the event.




Dillon PotterADA'S POTTER RECEIVES FOUR AWARDS AT ECU

East Central University student Dillon Potter (right) from Ada shows off the awards he earned at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Potter received the Glenn Watson Graduate Accounting Scholarship and the Farnham Family Centennial Accounting Scholarship. He also was named an Outstanding Junior and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service for outstanding public service to the community through his participation in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentations.




Erin PhillipsARDMORE'S PHILLIPS RECEIVES THREE AWARDS AT ECU

East Central University student Erin Phillips (right), an accounting major from Ardmore, shows off the awards she earned at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Phillips received the Dr. Barbara McKinzie Centennial Scholarship, was named an Outstanding Senior and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service for outstanding public service to the community through her participation in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentations.




Jaylea LillardADA'S LILLARD NAMED OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN AT ECU

East Central University student Jaylea Lillard (right), a business administration major with a concentration in finance from Ada, is named an Outstanding Freshman at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Jaylea ThompsonDAVIS' THOMPSON RECEIVES TWO AWARDS AT ECU

East Central University student Jaylea Thompson (right), a business administration major with a concentration in marketing from Davis, shows off the awards she earned at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Thompson received the Kevin Turner Business Administration Scholarship and was named an Outstanding Junior. Wendell Godwin (left), dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Daniel RoweADA'S ROWE NAMED OUTSTANDING SENIOR AT ECU

East Central University student Daniel Rowe (right), an accounting major from Ada, is named an Outstanding Senior at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




Cameron KingADA'S KING RECEIVES RHYNES SCHOLARSHIP AT ECU

East Central University student Cameron King (right), a business administration major with a concentration in entrepreneurship from Ada, is the recipient of the Kenneth Rhynes Business Administration Award Scholarship at the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Honors and Recognition Banquet. Wendell Godwin, dean of the school of business, made the presentation.




 

For Immediate Release: 

Wednesday, July 15, 2014
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