Glenville State University 2022 Distinguished Business Students: (l-r, descending) Avery Book, Tiffany Cole, Herb Curtis, Vendela Danielsson, Seth Fallon, Aline Fevrier, Sabrina Gonzalez, Avalon Green, Chloe Griffith, Jaycie Johnson, Grant Krajeski, Hunter Lemon, Ellis Lilly, Jacob Mattox, Ashton Palmer Robert Pence, Ian Pomeroy, Timothy Roy, Joseph Rubalcaba, and Alyssa Woods.

Distinguished students recognized by Glenville State University Department of Business

GLENVILLE, WV – The Glenville State University (GSU) Department of Business has announced its list of Distinguished Business Students for 2022. Recognition of these top business students is based on multiple criteria including academic achievement, class rank, campus involvement, and leadership in department classes and programs. Additionally, some students are recognized for specific departmental awards.

Those recognized as Distinguished Business Students included: Tiffany Cole of Glenville, West Virginia; Seth Fallon of Parkersburg, West Virginia; Aline Fevrier of Brest, France; Chloe Griffith of Madison, West Virginia; Robert Pence of Raceland, Kentucky; Ian Pomeroy of Beckley, West Virginia; and Alyssa Woods of Drennen, West Virginia.

Specific award recipients included:

  • Ernest H. Smith Award Recipient – Joseph Rubalcaba of Catonsville, Maryland
  • Outstanding Senior Students – Vendela Danielsson of Stockholm, Sweden and Sabrina Gonzalez of Glenville, West Virginia
  • Outstanding Junior Students – Avery Book of Columbus, Ohio and Jaycie Johnson of Glenville, West Virginia
  • Outstanding Sophomore Students – Avalon Green of Salt Lake City, Utah and Hunter Lemon of Glenville, West Virginia
  • Outstanding Freshmen Students – Grant Krajeski of Maysel, West Virginia and Jacob Mattox of Ravenswood, West Virginia
  • Outstanding Accounting Student – Ellis Lilly of Crab Orchard, West Virginia
  • Outstanding Computer and Information Systems Student – Timothy Roy of Normantown, West Virginia
  • Outstanding Integrated Marketing Student – Vendela Danielsson of Stockholm, Sweden
  • Outstanding Management Student – Ashton Palmer of Gainesville, Florida
  • Outstanding Sport Management Student – Joseph Rubalcaba of Catonsville, Maryland
  • Outstanding Off Campus and Online Student – Herb Curtis of Weston, West Virginia

For more information on these recognitions or the GSU Department of Business, call (304) 462-4123.

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