Spring 2003 Induction Ceremony
The Beta Gamma Sigma spring induction ceremony was held at 5:30pm on April 1, 2003 at the Mountain City Club. Click here to view pictures from the evening.
Beta Gamma Sigma only allows the top 10% of the senior class, and the top 20% of graduated MBA or MAcc students to be considered for induction. Students elected to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma are recognized with the highest national honor that a student in business of management at an accredited institution can obtain.
The following students were inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma for the 2002-2003 school year:
By joining Beta Gamma Sigma, these students will be part of an esteemed group that includes the likes of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and Douglas Daft, Chairman and CEO of Coca Cola.
Their selection to join Beta Gamma Sigma not only recognizes their
academic achievement, but also expresses the confidence of the faculty
of the College of Business and AACSB International
in their abilities and promise to become outstanding business leaders.