Achievements

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Achievements


Several Shelby County students have been awarded scholarships and fellowships in the Patterson School of Accountancy at the University of Mississippi.

* Graduate student in accountancy Patrick Kin-Wing Lo, of Memphis, received the Ernst & Young Fellowship in Accountancy. As an undergraduate, Lo received a Taylor Medal, the university's highest academic award. He received his bachelor's degree in accountancy in May and expects to get his master's in May 2013. A graduate of Alcorn Central High School in Corinth, he is the son of Francis and Alice Lo of Memphis.

* Senior accountancy major Philip Graham Jones, of Memphis, received the Griesbeck Scholarship in Accountancy. Jones is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, the university's highest academic honor across all disciplines. His other honors include membership in the honor societies of Order of Omega, Beta Alpha Psi, Gamma Sigma Alpha and Gamma Beta Phi. A graduate of Memphis University School, he is the son of Philip and Jeannie Jones.

* Junior accountancy major Rachel Ann Shaw, of Memphis, received the James W. Davis Scholarship in Accountancy. Shaw is a member of the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College and Croft Institute for International Studies. She has a double major in accountancy and international studies. Her other honors include membership in Phi Kappa Phi, the university's highest academic honor across all disciplines; and Order of Omega leadership and academic honor society. A graduate of St. Agnes Academy, she is the daughter of Robert and Vickie Shaw.

* Sophomore accountancy major Mary Eleanor Starnes, of Memphis, received the Peery Scholarship in Accountancy. A student in the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College, Starnes is on the Chancellor's Honor Roll. She is a member of the honor societies of Lambda Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta and Lambda Sigma. She also received a Dean of Accountancy Scholarship, Non-Resident Alumni Award, Stevens Scholarship, Academic Excellence Non-Resident Scholarship, Holmes Scholarship and Herb Dewees Alumni Association Scholarship. She graduated from St. Agnes Academy and is the daughter of Robert Caldwell Starnes and Donna Starnes, both of Memphis.

* Senior accountancy major William Eric Ott, of Collierville, received the James W. Davis Scholarship in Accountancy. A graduate of Collierville High School, he is the son of Ricky and Deanna Ott of Collierville. …

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