Three Business students named among 25 Most Distinguished Seniors
April 12, 2012,
Each year, the SIU Alumni Association recognizes the top 25 Most Distinguished Seniors on campus. This year, the College of Business is honored to have three of its students named to this prestigious list: Daniel Dunbar, Caroline Ebelhar, and Cameron James.
Daniel Dunbar is a management senior from O’Fallon, Illinois. While maintaining a GPA of 3.83, Daniel has excelled on the SIU Track and Field and Cross Country teams. He also has been a member of the Illinois Air National Guard since September 2009.
Captain of the track team, Daniel has held many honors on and off the field. To name a few, he is a three-time Missouri Valley Conference Scholar Athlete, a NCAA Academic All-American Athlete, and has been a member of the Dean’s List for eight semesters. Daniel also serves as a member on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and possesses his private pilot license.
Following graduation, he plans to become a pilot with the Air National Guard.
Caroline Ebelhar is a management senior from Marion, Illinois. She has maintained a 4.0 grade point average throughout her years at SIU, and has been involved at the university, as well as in the community.
Caroline’s accomplishments have earned her an impressive list of awards and honors while at SIU. Caroline has been named to the Dean’s list every semester in attendance at SIU; she was named as the 2012 Outstanding Senior in Management, and the 2011 Uma Sekaran Award for the “Most Outstanding Woman Management Major”. She has also been a member of the University Honors Program since the spring of 2010.
During her time here, Caroline has stayed busy with internships and volunteering. She has interned with Marion Carnegie Library and currently is interning with Lincoln Heritage Winery. When she finds time, she likes to volunteer at the General John A. Logan Museum.
After graduation, Caroline plans to move to Fort Collins, Colorado.
Management senior Cameron James came to SIUC from Mattoon, Illinois. During his four undergraduate years, Cameron has maintained a 3.425 GPA, played football for SIU, served on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, was a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity and the Saluki Student Investment Fund.
Today, Cameron stays involved with SIU Athletics as a student-athlete motivational speaker for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. In this role, he speaks to students at local elementary schools about the student-athlete experience and important life skills involving academics, athletics, future goals, and character building. He also serves as the Alpha Class Treasurer for Sigma Chi.
After graduation, Cameron will continue his studies at SIU in the Master of Business Administration program.
The College of Business would like to congratulate these three outstanding students for their many successes.