LS native recognized at LSU

May 29, 2013 

Nicole White of Lee’s Summit was one of 52 seniors at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge who received university medals for graduating with the highest undergraduate grade-point averages as part of LSU’s 280th commencement exercises.

The medalists were honored at a luncheon May 16 in the L Club Room of the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, and were also recognized and received their medals during the university’s main commencement ceremony held later that day, also in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

White graduated from Lee’s Summit High School in 2009. She graduated with honors (4.0 GPA) from LSU with a Bachelor of Science degree from the E.J. Ourso College of Business, majoring in economics and a math minor. In the fall, White will be attending the University of Texas to achieve a Master’s degree in business analytics, which is a new program being offered by the university.

White is the daughter of Susan and Roger White.

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