Smith inducted into EKU Beta Gamma Sigma honor society
Published 1:56 pm Thursday, May 4, 2017
RICHMOND — Sixteen Eastern Kentucky University business students were inducted recently into the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society.
Business seniors, representing the top 10 percent of their graduating class, master’s degree students representing the top 20 percent of their graduating class and juniors representing the top 7 percent of their class were invited into membership in formal tapping ceremonies.
The spring inductees were:
•Jared Brown, junior, managerial finance, Bowling Green
•Alexander L. Bush, senior, risk management and insurance, Richmond
•Breanna R. Cornett, junior, public accounting, Manchester
•Wesley J. Fulks, senior, public accounting, risk management and insurance, Richmond
•Nicholas Kubala, junior, financial planning, Richmond
•Jeremy I. Meade, junior, public accounting, Richmond
•Meenu Mohan Kumar, MBA, Nulumbur Mogappair West, Chennai, India
•Seth H. Nolan, senior, computer information systems, Loyal
•Sanjeev Parajuli, MBA, Lexington
•Chelsey L. Parker, junior, human resource management, Paint Lick
•Jessica T. Ralston, junior, management, Lexington
•Bradley S. Slone, junior, Danville
•Kimberly L. Smith, senior, international business, Phoenix, Ariz.
•Logan T. Smith, junior, management, Stanford,
•Teresa L. Walker Smith, junior, global supply chain management, Lily
•Lindsey H. Turner, MBA, Richmond
Beta Gamma Sigma was founded as a national organization in 1913. The first national honor society in business was a merger of three separate societies established to honor academic achievement in business at the University of Wisconsin, University of Illinois and the University of California.