Thursday, May 20, 2010
STUDENT FROM MANHATTAN IS K-STATE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION'S SPRING 2010 OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN BUSINESS
MANHATTAN -- Danielle K. Devlin, Manhattan, has been named Outstanding Senior in Business by Kansas State University's College of Business Administration.
Devlin was recognized at the college's commencement ceremony May 15, where she also received a bachelor's degree in accounting.
"Danielle has made so many wonderful contributions to the college," said Yar M. Ebadi, dean of the College of Business Administration. "She has been an excellent role model for other students, both as a leader and a mentor, and is most deserving of this prestigious recognition."
Devlin was an ambassador for the College of Business Administration, president of Beta Alpha Psi honorary, member of the Dean's Student Advisory Council and vice president of Blue Key, the senior honorary. In recognition of her commitment to Blue Key, she is serving a two-year term as director-at-large on Blue Key's national board. Devlin also has received numerous awards and honors, including the ConocoPhillips SPIRIT Scholarship and the Deloitte and Touche Scholarship.
Devlin will complete an internship this summer with Ernst and Young in Kansas City, and then return to K-State in the fall to pursue a master's degree in accounting and serve as a graduate teaching assistant. After receiving her master's she plans to become a certified public accountant.
Devlin is the daughter of Daniel and Marjorie Devlin, Manhattan, and is a graduate of Manhattan High School.