Six MSU students recognized for academic achievement

Contact: Kristin K. Anderson, University Relations, (517) 355-2281, ander284@msu.edu

Dec 05, 2003

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Six Michigan State University students were honored for academic achievement by the MSU Board of Trustees at the board's Dec. 5 meeting.

The six students are all December graduates.

The Board of Trustees awards are granted at each commencement to students having the highest scholastic averages at the close of their last semester in attendance.

The recipients of the awards are:

  • Olivia M. Hobbick of Jackson, an engineering arts major in the College of Engineering. She is the daughter of Jack and Tonya Hobbick and is a 1999 graduate of Jackson High School. Her MSU grade point average is 3.9871.
  • Joshua Boehme of East Lansing, a mathematics major in the College of Natural Science and a member of the Honors College. He is the son of Scott and Martha Boehme and is a 2001 graduate of East Lansing High School. His MSU grade point average is 3.9861.
  • Zoe E. Waxman of South Haven, a supply chain management major in The Eli Broad College of Business. She is the daughter of Sheldon and Katherine Waxman and is a 1999 graduate of South Haven High School. Her MSU grade point average is 3.9813.
  • Amy L. Rabe of Haslett, an instrumental music education major in the College of Arts and Letters and a member of the Honors College. She is the daughter of Dale and Mary Rabe of Juneau, Ala., and is a 1998 graduate of Haslett High School. Her MSU grade point average is 3.9809.
  • Shane P. Singh of Rochester, a political science/pre-law major in the College of Social Science. He is the son of Paul and Patricia Singh and is a 1999 graduate of Rochester Adams High School. His MSU grade point average is 3.97.
  • Matthew C. Pikos of Troy, an accounting major in The Eli Broad College of Business. He is the son of Stan and Linda Pikos and is a 1999 graduate of Troy Athens High School in Troy. His MSU grade point average is 3.95.