October 01, 2016
Eighteen students were inducted into Susquehanna’s chapter of the international business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma last spring. Beta Gamma Sigma aims “to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business,” as well as “to cultivate and celebrate leadership and professional excellence.”
The honor society is only open to students in programs accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), which recognizes less than five percent of the world’s business schools. Juniors must rank in the top 7 percent of their class and seniors in the top 10 percent. Susquehanna’s chapter dates back to 1994 and is advised by Professor of Accounting Rick Davis.
The 2016 class of Beta Gamma Sigma inductees are:
Bailey Baralt ’18, a luxury brand marketing and management major from Selinsgrove, Pa.
Patrick Charvat ’17, an accounting major from Shamokin Dam, Pa.
Cesaltina Fernandes ’17, a business administration-finance and economics major from Elizabeth, N.J.
Jada Handiboe ’17, an accounting major from Mifflinburg, Pa.
Marissa Heddings ’18, an accounting major from Selinsgrove, Pa.
Julia Hessling ’18, a business administration major from Hawley, Pa.
John Matthews ’17, an economics major from Honey Brook, Pa.
Megan McFadden ’18, an accounting major from Glen Brook, N.J.
Torin McFarland ’17, a finance and economics major from Pottstown, Pa.
Shelby McGuigan ’17, a business administration-marketing major from Mount Wolf, Pa.
Alex Moyer ’17, an accounting and economics major from Selinsgrove, Pa.
Micah Nichols ’18, a business administration-human resources management major from Johnstown, Pa.
Bria Parker ’17, a business administration-marketing major from Philadelphia, Pa.
Grace Smith ’18, a business administration major from Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
Gabrielle Stahl ’18, a business administration-human resources management major from Granby, Conn.
Jasmine Wise ’17, a business administration-finance major from Gwynn Oak, Md.
Jeremy Witter ’18, an accounting and economics major from Shippensburg, Pa.
George Zirkel ’17, a finance and economics major from Aberdeen, N.J.