Indiana CPA Society Awards Outstanding Accounting Majors

This year's winners represent 29 colleges/universities across the state of Indiana.

Each year the Indiana CPA Society recognizes outstanding accounting majors for their leadership and academic achievement. Awards are presented based on general grade average, proficiency in English, math, speech, willingness to accept responsibility, extra-curricular activities, particularly of a leadership nature, and moral character. In January, the Indiana CPA Society invited Indiana colleges and universities with accounting departments to nominate a student who best met the award criteria.

Twenty-nine individuals were selected as Outstanding Accounting Students from among their various colleges and universities from across the state of Indiana. These students were honored at awards programs hosted by their schools:

Anderson University: Aubren Cressley

Ball State University: Katelyn Bryant

Butler University: Kelcie Lyons

Franklin College: Amanda Lamping

Goshen College: Andrew Swisher

Huntington College: Krystal McHenry

Indiana State University: Brittany Cuthbertson

Indiana University: Eric Burns

Indiana University East: Todd Moistner

Indiana University Kokomo: Ross Cerbus

Indiana University Northwest: Justin C. Vanaman

Indiana University South Bend: Victoria Lynn Paulat

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne: Andrew Kaehr

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis: David A. Wohlreich

Indiana Wesleyan University: Courtney Comer

Manchester College: Douglas Murphy

Marian University: Lisa Antoinette Blankman

Martin University: Aviance Suggs

Purdue University: Rebecca Long

Purdue University Calumet: Naiyuan (Sonia) Kang

Saint Joseph's College: Emily Thieme

Saint Mary's College: Elizabeth Tortorello

Taylor University: Nicholas D. Scavotto

Trine University: Drew Baals

University of Indianapolis: Michelle Burke

University of Notre Dame: Catherine Soler

University of Saint Francis: Michael P. Scher

University of Southern Indiana: Matthew W. Mitchell

Valparaiso University: Stephanie York

 
Currently, more than 7,000 CPAs in public practice, industry, government and education are members of the Society. INCPAS serves the public interest as well as its members. Its members are required to abide by the CPA profession's code of conduct. INCPAS members also receive access to quality educational programs provided by the Society, resources that enable them to better perform their job functions, and peer networking for information sharing that broadens their skills and knowledge base. Indiana CPA Society members are the most highly qualified and competent CPAs in Indiana. Make sure your CPA is a member of the Indiana CPA Society.