2020 Department of Management, Outstanding Student Award Winner, Alysa Mo

2020 Department of Management Winner, Alysa Mo,
B.S. in Business Administration
Congratulations!

The Department of Management at the Craig School of Business is proud to name Alysa Mo as its Outstanding Graduate. Mo has been selected due to her many achievements throughout her time at Fresno State.  Mo was inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Beta Gamma Sigma business honors society, and Phi Kappa Phi Academics Honors Society.  She was on the President’s List each year while attending Fresno State.

As a business administration major, with an option in Management, Mo was a very active student on campus.  She participated in Mock Trial where she served as a team captain and was awarded an All-Region Attorney award at the 2020 regional competition.  Mo served on the Board of Directors for the University Student Union (USU) as Vice-Chair and was in Phi Alpha Delta, where she served as Chair of the Community Service Committee in addition to previous roles as Vice President and Secretary. 

During Mo’s college experience one of her greatest achievements was participating on the USU Board of Directors.  Mo was able to participate and gain real-world experience with the involvement in the development of the new Lynda and Stewart Resnick Student Union.

“It has been the greatest honor to be a part of a project that will exist for decades after my time as a student at Fresno State.” 

Congratulations to Alysa Mo!

Click here to learn more about Mo and the other Craig School of Business outstanding graduates!

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