Congratulations to WSU's latest Beta Gamma Sigma inductees

On Wednesday, April 12, the Mike Ilitch School of Business inducted the newest members into its chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma. Beta Gamma Sigma is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the major accrediting body for schools of business.

To be eligible for membership, students must rank in the top 10 percent of their sophomore, junior or senior class or the top 20 percent of those receiving master’s degrees in their school. Professors must have earned a doctorate from an AACSB accredited institution, be tenured business faculty or have taught six years on a non-tenure track. Administrators must be deans/directors or academic vice presidents. 

The induction ceremony was led by Dean Robert Forsythe and Prof. Timothy Butler, the faculty advisor for the WSU chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma.

The Wayne State students who were inducted during the 2016-2017 school year are:

Mohamad Abdullghani, Senior

Nader Emeel Ajluni, Junior

Zara Akhter, Junior

Hajra Bhurgri, Junior

Matthew William Boggs, Senior

Miranda Genevieve Caruso, Senior

Corey Charland, Senior

John Claiborne Floyd IV, Junior

Sarah Anne Gidell, Junior

Michelle P. Gilbert, Senior

Adrian Andrzej Kalinowski, Junior

Megan Lockhart, Senior

Demetria A. Mannone, Senior

Jamal Nehmeh, Senior

Farhana Reza, Junior

Alejandro Sayajon, Senior

Eric John Scarnegie, Senior

Revanth Selvaraj, Junior

Eileen Seto, Junior

Chana Singal, Junior

Kevin Albert Stackpoole, Sophomore

Alexander Summers, Senior

Viswanath L. Swamy, Senior

Troy Tanzy, Sophomore

Rita Yaldo, Junior

Photos from the event can be found here.

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