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SFU business student Bailey Klinger is the 2002 recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II scholarship, the B.C. government's highest scholastic award. The scholarship reflects academic distinction and the likelihood that the recipient will make a substantial contribution to a chosen field of study.
An honours undergraduate student with a business major and an economics minor, Klinger posted a grade point average of 4.17 out of a possible 4.33 in a faculty renowned for its tough grading. His high grades also earned him the Dean's Undergraduate Convocation Medal from the Faculty of Business Administration.
It was a busy academic year for Klinger. He spent one semester in an exchange program at Hanzehogeschool, a university in the Netherlands, and served a co-op education work term at Surrey Metro Savings. When on campus, Klinger was marketing team leader with the international student program AIESEC, participated in SFU's small business consulting group, chaired the campus Crime Stoppers program, and was a member of the men's vollebyall club.