Earlier this semester 25 of UNG’s top business undergraduate students were chosen to be part of the Cottrell Scholars program.
The Cottrell Scholars program in the Mike Cottrell College of Business is designed to reward and recognize top-performing students within the College. The program places emphasis on student involvement in addition to outstanding performance in the classroom and communication skills. Scholars are encouraged to become active members of professional organizations and honors societies.
To be selected for the program, students must meet a minimum GPA of 3.5 and participate in an interview process with members of the Mike Cottrell College of Business faculty and staff. Once accepted into the program, students are required to complete 24 hours of service divided equally between service to the university, service to the community and professional development. Students are also provided with a stipend for two semesters to support their collegiate efforts.
This year’s Cottrell Scholars are Karley Barcus, Brad Beyea, Benjamin Bolton, Nadezda Davis, Katie Garrett, Ivy Godfrey, Richard Green, Christopher Guthrie, Cameron Jacques, Danielle Kaafarani, Matthew Kittrell, Stephen Lyons, Jenna Martin, Kristen Morris, Summer Myer, Maria Palacios, Laura Regan, Avery Ross, Cosette Scutt, Sydney Smith, Jean Thomas, Jessica Thomas, Casey Truelove, Austin Vosburgh, and Tallie Williams.