Twelve students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
CANTON, Mo. - Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society in business, management, and administration, recently inducted 12 Culver-Stockton students as new members.
Sigma Beta Delta was established to recognize students who have attained superior academic records in business programs. The principles of Sigma Beta Delta are based on Greek words meaning wisdom, honor, and pursuit of meaningful aspirations. During the C-SC installation, R. Joseph Dieker, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, gave the opening remarks; and Melik Peter Khoury, C-SC vice president for enrollment management and college marketing, gave the keynote address.
John Tripp, C-SC senior lecturer in business, and Khoury were inducted as honorary members for their achievements and contributions to the C-SC Business Division.
C-SC students inducted were Andrew Coy Bainter, junior, Barry, Ill.; Emily Anne Benjamin, senior, Quincy, Ill.; Stacey Rose Bregenzer, senior, Hillsboro, Mo.; Steven H. Christensen, junior, Maryland Heights, Mo.; Lucas William Cramsey, junior, Quincy, Ill.; Tasha Dawn Hagerbaumer, senior, Quincy, Ill.; Leah Marie Hall, junior, New Canton, Ill.; Kathryn Elizabeth Hanus, senior, Keosauqua, Iowa; Samantha J. Miles, junior, Payson, Ill.; Matthew Ryan McCoy, senior, Quincy, Ill.; Joseph M. Selby, senior, St. Charles, Mo.; and Ashley N. Wort, senior, Mt. Sterling, Ill.
To be eligible for membership in Sigma Beta Delta at Culver-Stockton, a business student must have junior or senior standing, must have been at Culver-Stockton for at least one year, and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5.
For more information, contact Dell Ann Janney, professor of accounting and chair of the Business Division, at 573-288-6388 or email@example.com.
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