Mays Business School, July 1st, 2006
Awards and honors piled up forÂ Mays studentsÂ by the time the spring semester ended in May.
The Roy F. and Joann Cole Mitte Foundation Circle of Excellence Awards were presented to an outstanding MBA and undergraduate student. Senior marketing major Lindsay M. MalechaÂ was named a Mitte Scholarâ€”she turned her college career into a unique program of international learning, studying abroad in South America and Asia, leading the Aggie International Ambassadors and co-founding the Fort Worth Sister Cities Global Alumni Program.
MBA candidate Rikke Philipoom was named a Mitte Fellow. Philipoom earned a BBA in accounting from Utah State University and interned at Bear Stearns during her MBA studies to increase her understanding of accounting and finance. She is now employed with FTI Consulting in Dallas.
In another honor, junior accounting major Amanda Sulak was named Mays’ Phi Kappa Phi outstanding junior for 2006. Phi Kappa Phi inducted more than 270 new members from Texas A&M this spring.
And from the marketing department’s Center for Retailing Studies, graduating marketing major Katie Gravely was chosen as the Leonard Berry Outstanding Retailing Graduate. Gravely headed into the JCPenney executive training program.