McNeese Beta Gamma Sigma Initiates
Twelve business students have been inducted into the McNeese State University chapter of Beta Gamma SigmaScholastic Business Honor Society.
Membership into Beta Gamma Sigma, which stands for honor, wisdom and earnestness respectively, is the highest national academic recognition that an undergraduate or graduate business student can receive. Only the top 10% of undergraduates and the top 20% of graduate students are invited to join.
Beta Gamma Sigma inductees are: Matthew Braquet, Sulphur, Sambidhan Khaniya, Bharatpur, Nepal, Gideon Koegelenberg, Lake Charles, Megan Landry, Lake Charles, and Upasana Pandey, Kathmandu, Nepal, graduate students; Sarah Bohannon, Sulphur, Robert Dick, New Brunswick, Ohio, Matthew Emory, Dry Creek, Sarah Kidder, Orange, Texas, and Joshna Lawar, Bhadrapur, Nepal, seniors; and Gabrielle Peltier, Rayne, and Brandi Simpson, Lake Charles, juniors. Several business students have also received awards. The Jeff and Rhonda Lee Miller Distinguished Student awards were presented to: juniors Jace Leblanc, of Sulphur, in accounting, Peltier, in business administration, Karma Gurung, of Kathmandu, Nepal, in finance, Damilola Balogun, of Lagos, Nepal, in management, and Paige Buller, of Sulphur, in marketing; and seniors Linh Tran, of Vietnam, in accounting, Morgan Quinn, of Westlake, in business administration, Shay Walker, of Iowa, in finance, Jennifer Greene, of Oberlin, in management, and Elizabeth Gober, of Lake Charles, in marketing.