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Department of Business inducts 52 students into Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society
Posted 05/02/2018 11:35AM

The Department of Business at Misericordia University inducted 52 business students into the Misericordia Chapter of the Sigma Beta Delta International Business Honor Society during an induction ceremony in Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall.

The honor society's purpose is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students majoring in business, and to encourage and promote aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.

In order to be eligible for membership in Sigma Beta Delta, candidates for bachelor's and master's degrees in business must rank in the top 20 percent of their class at the time of invitation and also must have completed at least half of the degree program in which they are enrolled. While almost 300,000 students worldwide receive bachelor's degrees or master's degrees in business annually, only about 4,000 of them are eligible to be inducted into and receive lifetime membership in Sigma Beta Delta.

For more information about the business programs at Misericordia University, please call (570) 674-6400 or log on to www.misericordia.edu/business.

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The Department of Business at Misericordia University inducted 52 business students into the local chapter of the Sigma Beta Delta International Business Honor Society. Participating in the ceremony, first row from left, are Fred Croop, Ed.,D., professor; Sarah Rybitski, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Adam Ercolani, Bear Creek, Pa.; Samantha Miller, Coplay, Pa.; Nicolette Stine, Archbald, Pa.; Thomas Sweetz, M.S., instructor; Haley Gruber, Sinking Spring, Pa.; Evelyn Logie, Scotch Plains, N.J.; Steven Hernandez, Stroudsburg, Pa.; Tara Welliver, Towanda, Pa., and Charles J. Makar, M.B.A., instructor; second row, Ryan Hackett, Howell, N.J.; Elizabeth Lipski, Shavertown, Pa.; Hannah Larkin, Sinking Spring, Pa.; Matthew Sommers, Bath, Pa.; Tanner Coleman, Hegins, Pa.; Kailey Vogl, Wexford, Pa., and Bailey Brugler, Nazareth, Pa.; third row, Ronald Fitzgerald, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Emma Caldwell, Warren, Conn.; Hayley Witmer, Reinholds, Pa.; Rachel Carmody, Waymart, Pa.; Kaitlyn Yurenda, Binghamton, N.Y.; Kelli Gargone, Wyoming, Pa.; Marissa Gombosi, Cogan Station, Pa., and Dominic Griffith, Kingston, Pa.; fourth row, Emily Hammond, Binghamton, N.Y.; Hailey Inge, Ledgewood, N.J.; Sabrina DiTucci, Newfoundland, Pa.; Leanne Forsyth, Staten Island, N.Y.; Kendra Addy, Port Jervis, N.Y.; Mathew Quirk, Collegeville, Pa.; Evan Brown, Shavertown, Pa.; Molly Lorenzen, Shavertown, Pa.; Emma Weber, Atlantic Highlands, N.J.; Jenna Hiryak, Gilbertsville, Pa.; Kristen Southard, Scranton, Pa.; Anthony Joseph Gangemi, III, Throop, Pa.; Sara Perez, Harveys Lake, Pa.; Louise Keller, Scranton, Pa.; Donovan Klem, Hillsgrove, Pa., and Nicholas Switzer, Wapwallopen, Pa.

Students walking from the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library


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