June 30, 2005
Accounting students win honors
(EDITORS: Note local names.)
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Accountancy recently honored four students for academic achievement and contributions to the school.
The students, listed by hometown, are:
• Joshua McCree won the Gola E. Waters Accounting Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement in accounting and finance. A senior majoring in accounting with a minor in economics, he is the son of Doug and Cindy McCree.
• Jonathan Rosborough won the Susie E. Ogden Memorial Accounting Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement in accounting. A senior majoring in accounting with a minor in general agriculture, he is the son of George W. (Bill) Rosborough and Pam Rosborough.
• Daniel E. Schumer received the “Outstanding Contribution to the School of Accountancy Award,” sponsored by Kemper CPA Group LLP. The son of Dale Schumer of Coulterville and Peggy Gutherie of New Baden, he is completing work on his master’s degree in accounting.
• Lisa Ernsting received the “Outstanding Senior in Accounting Award,” sponsored by the accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP. The award recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement by a senior. A May graduate with a double major in accounting and finance, she is married to Doug Ernsting of Steeleville, and has a daughter, Kylie. She is the daughter of Louie and Theresa Oulvey of Walsh.
Promoting excellence in academics is among the goals of Southern at 150: Building Excellence Through Commitment, the blueprint for the development of the University by the time it celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2019.