Click here to read about those selected as 2011 – 2012 Early Career Achievement Award Recipients. They will  return to campus to receive their awards and share advice with current students through panel discussions on October 14th during Homecoming Celebrations at Illinois State University.

Panel discussions will run from 3:00 – 4:15 pm and the awards and networking reception will follow immediately afterward in the lower level atrium from 4:15 – 5:00 pm. Please join us!

ECAA Panel Discussions

  • SFHB 139 (FIL & ACC)
  • SFHB 357 (MKT  & M.B.A.)
  • SFHB 366 (MQM)

Nominations for Early Career Achievement Awards are collected early each spring at the College of Business Website. Details are available at


3 thoughts on “2011 – 2012 Early Career Achievement Award Recipients Announced

  1. Patti Hart '78, CEO IGT says:

    Congratulations to all of this year’s nominees and winners! I am humbled by your talent, hard work, and dedication. You make ISU and all of our alumni around the world extremely proud!!

  2. Jackie Ferree says:

    As a member of the College of Business Advisory Council, my congratulations to all the ECAA recipients. You are truly an inspiration and should be proud of yourselves. I know ISU and the ISU alums are proud of you! I wish you continued success and look forward to future achievements.

  3. George Eovaldi says:

    Congratulations on your post ISU success and being selected as an member of the COB Hall of Fame. Your success and accomplishments create a feeling of pride and satisfaction by those following in your footsteps, as well as the many friends of ISU and the COB.

    Being associated with the COB for several years during my business career, I quickly saw the value and advantage of cross-discipline partnerships, so I encourage each of you to build a similar relationship with ISU and the COB, keeping in mind that “together we’re better”.
    Individually, set an objective of continued progress in your career and keep in mind five helpful words that were useful to me throughout my career (common sense, discipline & fiscal responsibility)