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The Heller College of Business inducted 34 new members and 2 Honorary faculty members into Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society during the 2016 and 2017 academic year. Graduate and Undergraduate students selected, were recognized and rewarded because of their scholastic excellence in business subjects. Delta Mu Delta is an international business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at qualifying colleges and universities to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through life-time membership.

The Greek letters Delta Mu Delta stand for Dia Mathessos Dynamis, signifying the society’s motto: Through Knowledge, Power.  Becoming a member of Delta Mu Delta is an honor indicative of earnest, intelligent purpose and rewarding achievement. Membership lasts a lifetime, and is a major asset to include on your resume. 

Spring 2017 Inducted Members: Alberta Awuah, LaTrice Baker, Priyanaka Bhakta, Lauren Capizzi, Bridget Cascio, Beta Drozd, Ana Julia Fereira-Avila, Jana Gadarowski, Immanuel Howell-Bey, Brandon Hubbard, Mateusz Kruk, Meghan Minnella, April Moore, Deborah Rosa, Michael Schneider, Alexis Smith, Dr. Raed Elaydi, Dr. Jeffery Adams. 

Fall 2016 Inducted members: Miranda Baldwin, Amanda Blacha, Eric Cordova, Julija Dobrasinovic, Rebecca Fioretto, Neil Flood, Tatevik Ghazaryan, Cynthia Heimberger, Alanna Hohl-Perrie, Jay Kauffman, Yesenia Luna, Shannon Mangiameli, Svitlana Melnykova, Brian Mulhall, Liliana Reyes, Kazuhiro Suzue, Monica A. Wilson, LaToya Cobbins

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