Marybeth Muliett awarded Chancellor’s Medallion
The University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized Marybeth Muliett as a Chancellor’s Medallion recipient during the University's April 2018 commencement ceremony.
Marybeth Muliett earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in information technology management and a minor in accounting. She graduates with high distinction, having earned a GPA of 3.97. Muliett received the 2014 Chancellor’s Scholarship and the Michigan Competitive Scholarship. She also was placed on the Dean’s List for every fall and winter term since her enrollment.
In 2016, she was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society serving business programs. Her work ethic and abilities are highly regarded by many faculty within the College of Business.
Muliett held multiple positions throughout her college career, including an internship with International Automotive Components, where she still works. She is described as a standout who consistently exceeds expectations. Her work with International Automotive Components does not go unnoticed, as senior directors have personally requested her assistance with projects. Outside of school and work, Muliett is involved in her church as a volunteer for events and as a care team member.
After graduation, Muliett would like to transition into a role in the IT department at International Automotive Components. She plans to earn certifications in Oracle SQL and project management and is considering a return to UM-Dearborn to earn a master’s degree.