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Miami student winner of Wall Street Journal Award
Abby Riegler, a senior marketing major, has been named a Wall Street Journal 2005 Student Achievement Award winner. Winners from colleges and universities across the United States were listed in a full-page ad in the Sept. 21 issue of the Journal.
The individual schools select criteria for the award and nominate a student. James Stearns (marketing) says the award is given at Miami to the graduating senior marketing major who has the highest level of service and the highest level of academic achievement. It is one of three awards presented to marketing majors annually.
“Abby is a shining example of what we want our students to be - excellent academically while being involved in their communities in a very positive way,” says Stearns.
Riegler, from Cincinnati, was editor of the art criticism magazine Effusions from 2002-04, is a charter member of Phi Mu fraternity and served as vice president of the service fraternity Gamma Epsilon Lambda.
She also is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society, Mu Kappa Tau national marketing fraternity, the Miami scholar-leader community and the honors program.
For more than 55 years, the Wall Street Journal has sponsored the awards to give colleges and universities who participate in the Journal-in-Education program a way to recognize outstanding students.
Date Published: 10/13/2005