February 9, 2017 | Jim Townsend
Two University of Houston-Clear Lake students are recipients of the College of Business William E. Shock Scholarship. Joshua Jenkins and Andy Choe each received $4,000 scholarships to be split between fall and spring semesters. Choe is an undergraduate student in Accounting; Jenkins is pursuing a master’s degree in Professional Accounting.
Shock, senior tax agent for Occidental Petroleum Corporation and UHCL alumnus, earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance in 2003 and Master of Business Administration in 2006. Shortly afterward, he established the scholarship to assist other business students. A veteran of the U.S. Marines, he also helped establish UHCL’s Veterans Services Office. He and his wife Camille – who earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the university as well – are active in the UHCL Alumni Association. In 2010, they received The President’s Cabinet Philanthropy Award for their sustained generosity.
Pictured, from left, are UHCL President William A. Staples, Jenkins, Shock and Choe.
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