College of Business and Technology dean, 308.865.1547
UNK– The College of Business and Technology recently recognized 23 students as “Outstanding Juniors” within their respective departments at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
The students were recognized at the College of Business and Technology annual scholarship night. The “Outstanding Juniors” received scholarships that totaled $4,600.
“Students are selected by faculty within their respective programs based on their academic performance and extracurricular activities,” said Dr. Tim Burkink, College of Business and Technology dean.
Students and their respective departments are listed alphabetically by hometown:
Ainsworth– Chelsey Allen, management.
Arcadia– Lucas Obermiller, economics.
Atkinson– Kevin Vrooman, industrial technology.
Aurora– Kelley Hahmer, family studies and interior design.
Central City– Matt Howe, industrial technology.
Freeport– Rudolph McKinney, industrial technology.
Hastings– Tara Davis, accounting/finance.
Humphrey– Ashley Wegner, management.
Kearney– Jamie Powers, accounting/finance; Ashley Blaha, Thomas Dwyer and Derek Eckhoff, industrial technology;
Ann Carlson, management; Krista Burgland, marketing.
Lincoln– Josiah Parker, management.
Mullen– William Pearman, management.
Ord– Rory Petska, management.
Sidney– Adam Akerson, accounting/ finance.
Valentine– Clay McPeak, industrial technology.
OUT OF STATE
Greeley– Triniti Williams, family studies and interior design.
Mount Pleasant– Bill Hayward, marketing.
Kojonup– Katie-Mary Outhwaite, marketing.
Mexico City– Maria Parra diaz, family studies and interior design.