The generous support of friends of the Carey Business School make it possible to recognize outstanding student accomplishments. The following awards are presented each spring at the Honors & Awards ceremony.
The Edward J. Stegman CPA Memorial Award
The Edward J. Stegman CPA Memorial Award is presented each year to Carey Business School students who graduate with a 4.0 grade point average and receive a Master of Science or Master of Business Administration.
The Anikeeff Prize
Established by Dr. Pamela T. Anikeeff in 1999, the Anikeeff Prize annually recognizes and supports students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program working on socially responsible development as part of their master’s program.
The Mortgage Bankers Association of Metropolitan Washington Real Estate Finance Award
This award was established by the Mortgage Bankers Association of Metropolitan Washington in 2003 to recognize outstanding students concentrating in real estate finance in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program .
The Mueller Award
The Mueller Award was established in 2002 by Johns Hopkins Carey Business School professor Glenn R. Mueller and his wife Jane H. Mueller in honor of their parents Richard C. and Helen G. Mueller of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The award is presented to the student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program who produces the most outstanding thesis in the Institutional Investment Track.
The Alma D. Hunt/VCM Award for the Leadership Development Program
The Alma D. Hunt/VCM Award for the Leadership Development Program was established in 1999 by an anonymous donor in honor of Alma D. Hunt, a woman whose humble life and generous spirit were underscored by her compassionate concern to put others first. The Award recognizes academic excellence, personal achievement, and demonstrated leadership qualities of a student enrolled in the Leadership Development Program.
Undergraduate degree candidates whose grade point averages are 3.5 or better and fall within the top 20 percent of the graduating class will be eligible to receive undergraduate honors status. Eligible candidates must have earned a minimum of 54 credits with the Undergraduate Studies program at the Carey Business School.
The Dean’s Award for Sustained Excellence
The Dean’s Award for Sustained Excellence is presented to an undergraduate student who has demonstrated superior perseverance to overcome challenges and successfully complete his or her degree program.
The Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key
The Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key is awarded each year to the undergraduate student with the highest grade point average.