March 24, 2017
Faculty, Family and Friends Congratulate Sigma Beta Delta Inductees

14 new members inducted into Emmanuel’s chapter of Sigma Beta Delta

On Thursday, March 23, Emmanuel College's chapter of Sigma Beta Delta inducted 14 new members.

Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society for business, management and administration, is "the highest national recognition a business student can receive at a college or university." Students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta demonstrate academic excellence in the study of business, management and administration. Eligibility requires that juniors are in the top ten percent of their class and seniors are in the top twenty percent of their class.

Dr. Patricia Clarke, Chair of the Department of Business and Economics at Emmanuel, offered her praise to the new inductees, commending their personal drive and recognizing their accomplishments both inside and outside the classroom. She also affirmed that the 14 inductees will serve "as educational leaders, mentors and role models."  

The newly inducted Sigma Beta Delta members from Emmanuel are:

  • Emily Baker
  • Nicole Bedoya
  • Kiley Burke
  • Perry Burnham
  • Anthony Cibelli
  • Matthew Ciccio
  • Colin Cordero
  • Austin Greenstein
  • Hannah Grimes
  • Morgan Iannuccilli
  • Elijah Melanson
  • James Sacket
  • Allison Sinewick
  • Paige Southworth

2017 Sigma Beta Delta Inductees

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