October 01, 2018

Each spring, new members are inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma national business honor society at Susquehanna. To be eligible to join, students must rank in the top 10 percent of their class and display good moral character.

“This is the highest academic honor that we can give in the business school,” says Rick Davis, professor of accounting and faculty advisor of Susquehanna’s Beta Gamma Sigma chapter. “For our students, it’s confirmation that they are among the best and the brightest.”

The benefits of lifetime membership in Beta Gamma Sigma are increased professional networking opportunities and scholarship opportunities, as well as career and graduate school resources. Twenty-two students, along with Signe Gates ’71, chair of Susquehanna’s Board of Trustees, were inducted into the honor society for the 2017-18 academic year.Chloe Abell ’18, Milton Pa. luxury brand marketing & management

  • Joseph Arnau ’20, East Quogue, N.Y. accounting
  • Collin Botts ’18, Maytown, Pa. accounting
  • Matthew Brown ’19, Westmont, N.J. finance
  • Richard Farmer ’20, Maytown, Pa. accounting
  • Maya Handiboe ’18, Mifflinburg, Pa. finance
  • Emily Hoff ’19, Bethlehem, Pa. business administration
  • Priscilla Kim ’20, Reading, Pa. accounting
  • Corey Kinney ’20, Hunlock Creek, Pa. finance
  • Tess Korinko ’20, West Milford, N.J. business administration
  • Dylan Lee ’20, Millville, Pa. accounting
  • Arianna Lynch ’20, Long Branch, N.J. business administration
  • Jill Pace ’20, Branchburg, N.J. luxury brand marketing & management
  • Daniel Porell ’20, Westbrook, Maine. business administration
  • Mikalah Potvin ’19, Snow Hill, Md. accounting
  • Stacie Savoca ’20, Mount Joy, Pa. accounting
  • Noah Schairer ’19, Lititz, Pa. accounting
  • Ryan Seibert ’19, Harrisburg, Pa. accounting
  • Nolan Stone ’18, Exton, Pa. business administration
  • Shane Sullivan ’20, Lafayette Hill, Pa. finance
  • Ethan Tom ’20, Cranford, N.J. marketing
  • Connor Young ’20, Ledgewood, N.J. finance