Engler College of Business Inducts Students into Academic Honors Societies

May 7, 2018

CONTACT:    Dr. Neil Terry, 806-651-2530, nterry@wtamu.edu        

Engler College of Business Inducts Students into Academic Honors Societies

 

CANYON, Texas—The Engler College of Business is pleased to announce the induction of students from West Texas A&M University into Omicron Delta Epsilon, Alpha Mu Alpha and Upsilon Pi Epsilon.

Omicron Delta Epsilon is one of the world's largest academic honor societies. The objectives of Omicron Delta Epsilon are recognition of scholastic attainment and the honoring of outstanding achievements in economics. The board of trustees for the organization includes well-known Nobel Laureates in Economic Sciences. Omicron Delta Epsilon has approximately 600 chapters worldwide, which includes the Nu Chapter established at WTAMU in 1970. The business students inducted spring 2018 are listed with their hometown.

Omicron Delta Epsilon—Dr. Neil Meredith, faculty adviser
• Jalee Blackwell from Rockwall
• Luis Cano from Houston
• Mary Hayward from Amarillo
• Elizabeth Heckert from Denton
• Chris Herdelin from Gilbertsville, Pa.
• Chandler Huddleston from Rolla, Kan.
• Imad Kais from Dubai
• Jason Needham from Aledo.
• Lauren Stern from Houston.
• Travis Whitacre from Fort Worth.
• Rebecca Jeanine Wilson from Midland

Alpha Mu Alpha is an honorary society of the American Marketing Association. The honor society is open to qualified undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty members to reward academic excellence in the discipline and science of marketing. The national Alpha Mu Alpha organization was established in 1981, and the University’s chapter was established in 2016. The business students inducted spring 2018 are listed with their hometown.

Alpha Mu Alpha—Dr. Robert King, faculty adviser
• Megan Barnett from Amarillo
• Nadezda Davis from Gainesville, Ga.
• Quarrat-ul-Ain Gul Muhammad from Karachi, Pakistan
• Rebecca Hemmert from Havertown, Pa.
• Bahareh Naderi from Iran
• Karli Putman from Amarillo
• Samantha Rayos from Amarillo
• Brandy Michele Rogers from McGregor
• Kimberly Salerno from Philadelphia, Pa.
• Deidra Schlabs from Amarillo
• Dennis Snow from Lees Summit, Mo.
• Carson Steward from Amarillo
• Nicholas Tantsits from Swansea, Ill.
• Lisa Tompkins from Baytown

The purpose of the Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) honorary society is to recognize academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the computing and information disciplines. UPE was first organized at Texas A&M University in College Station in 1967. The international organization now consists of chapters in various colleges and universities in North America and overseas.UPE is the first and only existing international honor society in the computing and information disciplines. The business students inducted spring 2018 are listed with their hometown.

Upsilon Pi Epsilon—Dr. Leon Chen, faculty adviser
• Gabrielle Ashley from Bulverde
• Laith Alfaloujeh from Amarillo
• Ian Bilek from Prague, Czech Republic
• Ramakrishna Gundelli from Hyderabad, India
• Jessica Gutierrez from Pampa
• Daniel Hix from Amarillo
• Yi Fu Ji from Luoyang, China
• Naga Kesanapally from Kurnool, India
• Mara Kinoff from Parachute, Colo.
• Amy Saysouriyosack from Portland, Ore.
• Edward Targonski from Glassboro, N.J.
• Sally Wright from Amarillo

 

—WTAMU—


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