April 2, 2015
Students, Alumni, Faculty Inducted into Prestigious Honor Societies

The Emmanuel chapters of Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society for business, management and administration, and Pi Mu Epsilon, the national honor society for mathematics, recently held induction ceremonies for their newest members.

On Thursday, March 26th, 11 students were inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society for business, management and administration. Recognized students were:

  • Elizabeth Buckley '15
  • Chelsea Cota '16
  • Christopher Coutsoukis '16
  • Gregory Dowler '15
  • Michelle Fowler '16
  • Corey Hebert '16
  • Justin Kelly '16
  • Allison Londregan '15
  • Elizabeth Smith '15
  • Morgan Van Lingen '16
  • David Wilsey '16

Membership in the honor society is for life and considered the highest national recognition a business student can receive at a college or university with a Sigma Beta Delta chapter. To be eligible for membership, a student in a business or management field must rank in the top 20 percent of the junior, senior or graduating class and be invited to membership by the faculty officers.

On Monday, March 30th, eight current students, three alumni and two Emmanuel faculty members were inducted into Pi Mu Epsilon, a national mathematics honor society. The induction ceremony also marked the initiation of Emmanuel's own Pi Mu Epsilon chapter, officially chartered as Massachusetts Mu. Those inducted include:

  • Molly Cartier '15
  • Sarah Colby '15
  • Katherine Fazioli '17 (also named the chapter treasurer)
  • Jessica LeClair '17 (also named the chapter secretary)
  • Christopher Paoletti '15
  • Darren Parke '16 (also named the chapter vice president)
  • Niko Townsend '17 (also named the chapter president)
  • James Withers '16
  • Eliza Kosoy '14
  • Danielle Martin '14
  • Ruben Medeiros '14
  • Brendan Sullivan, Lecturer in Mathematics
  • Patterson Rogers, Lecturer in Mathematics

As an honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon is dedicated to the promotion of mathematics and the recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding.

Sigma Beta Delta inductees

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