Medals are awarded to those students who earned a GPA of 4.0 or higher during their
time at LSU.
Booker earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting and plans to remain at LSU and pursue
her master of accountancy. Booker received numerous scholarships and academic awards
during her time at LSU. She served as assistant treasurer for Kappa Delta and was
a member of the Student Finance Association.
Guillot earned a bachelor’s degree in management and minor in French. She served on
the Business College Council and was a member of Alpha Phi International Fraternity
and Rho Lambda Honors Society. Guillot received many academic honors including being
named a Rucks Fellow, the highest level of academic achievement among senior management
majors. She plans to begin classes at the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center in the fall.
Peartree earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting. She will return to the E. J.
Ourso College of Business for her master of accountancy in the spring. Peartree received
both the Tiger Transfer Scholarship and the Chevron College of Business Scholarship.
She was a member of Beta Alpha Psi and Delta Gamma.
Pou earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting with a minor in anthropology. During
her time at LSU, she was named to the LSU Chancellor’s Honor Roll and received the
LSU University College Athletic Department Endowed Scholarship. Pou was a member of
Beta Gamma Sigma and Delta Delta Delta, among other activities. She plans to work
in EY’s forensic investigation and dispute services division in New Orleans.
Richardson earned his bachelor’s degree in finance. During his time at LSU, he was
a member of the Student Real Estate Association, Student Finance Association and Beta
Gamma Sigma, among other activities. He was named to the LSU President’s Honor Roll
and received the Academic Scholars Resident Award. He plans to attend law school.
Usie earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting. He played clarinet in the Tiger Band.
An Eagle Scout, Usie is seeking employment with the finance department of the City
of Baton Rouge.
Wehrer earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing with a minor in entrepreneurship.
Following graduation, she will move to Spain to work for a proximity marketing company.
During her time at LSU, Wehrer earned numerous academic honors. She joined the LSU
Student Incubator and started a jewelry business. She was a member of several organizations
including Phi Kappa Phi and Delta Zeta.
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