Kelley School students at IUPUI recognized at annual awards banquet

INDIANAPOLIS -- A number of Kelley School undergraduate students at IUPUI were honored at the school's annual awards recognition banquet in April.

The reception was held at the Crowne Plaza in downtown Indianapolis.

Seth Fickel was recognized as the 2019 J. Dwight Peterson Key Award winner.

The J. Dwight Peterson Key Award is the most prestigious award conferred by the Kelley School of Business on IUPUI's campus. It is presented to the overall outstanding senior on the basis of superior scholarship, extracurricular activities and character.

Graduating honors students and Outstanding Student Award recipients were also recognized. This year's recipients were as follows:

Outstanding Student Awards:

Jonathan Jared -  Accounting

Shane Mosby - Finance

Elizabeth Gallagher - Human Resource Management

Devi Neelakantan - Management

Allexandra Brown - Marketing

Seth Fickel - Supply Chain Management

Senior Scholar Awards:

Joshua Day

Austin Mavity

Reagan Gray

Chancellor's Scholar Award:

Joshua Day

Delta Sigma Pi Key Scholar:

Austin Mavity

J. Dwight Peterson Key Award:

Seth Fickel

Graduating Honors students include:

Adriano Donatelli, Aidan Lantrip, Alexandra Kirk, Allexandra Brown, Alyssa Leroux, Ariel Gastelum, Austin Mavity, Caleb Wright, Christian Mills, Clara Spolyar, Cody Vibbert, Daniel Jared, Daniel Shepple, Devi Neelakantan, Elizabeth Gallagher, Elizabeth Reed, Emma Ewers, Favian Aveja, Graciela Day, Griffin Brown, Hattie Hynes, Ian Mezger, Isabella Tuimuk, Jennifer Cukrowicz, Jonah Gjertson, Jonathan Jared, Joshua Day, Kaleb Toweson, Kelsey Harrington, Kolin McCord, Mallory Buha, Mariana Lagunas, Mary Miller, Matt Kienapple, Matt Smith, Michael Copple, Michael Meyers, Nolan Enlow, Paige Miller, Paiton Moon, Parjeet Deol, Parker Criswell, Samuel Staebler, Sasha Strzeszkowski, Savannah Lane, Sean McGinnis, Shane Mosby, Sunnih Flores, Taylor Rasmussen, Wyatt Spencer and Yevgenia Pleshkan.

Congratulations to all! From all of us at the Kelley School of Business, we are so proud of your accomplishments.

Marva Hunt, Undergraduate Program Chair, speaks at the annual awards breakfast in April 2019.