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Hines Memorial Medal
The Hines Memorial Medal is awarded to students who entered Indiana State as first-time college freshmen and are completing their bachelor’s degrees with the highest cumulative grade point average.
It is named after Linnaeus Neal Hines, the university's fourth president, from 1921-1933, who served two terms as Indiana superintendent of public instruction.
Awardees from the Scott College of Business were:
Sarah Williams and Chas Lawhorn
Sarah is an Operations and Supply Chain Management major. Chase is majoring in Cybercriminology and Security Studies with a minor in Business Administration.
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The Scott College of Business was exceptionally well represented in this year’s Hines Memorial Medal awards this year. Congratulations to all the outstanding seniors, especially Anna Behrens (OSCM), Luke Fleck (Accounting), Natalie Lawson (Accounting), Taylor Morris (Accounting), and Taylor Yates (OSCM). << News Story >>
Kali Rachelle Diethrich
Adrie Koehler (Business Education)
Karen Correa (Management Information Systems)
Anna Marie Kearby (Accounting major and Management Information Systems minor)
John Krutz (Accounting)
Terri J. Svihla (Accounting)