Cameron University business students inducted into Delta Mu Delta honor society

Cameron University’s Iota Sigma chapter of the Delta Mu Delta (DMD) International Honor Society in Business recently inducted 17 new members. Delta Mu Delta recognizes and encourages academic excellence to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through lifetime membership. Dr. Greg Treadwell and Dr. Aubree Walton serve as faculty advisors to the chapter.

“The purpose of Delta Mu Delta is to encourage and celebrate the academic accomplishments of students in the Department of Business,” says Treadwell. “We are pleased to have a Delta Mu Delta chapter at Cameron University as means of encouraging academic excellence.” 

Spring 2018 inductees who have granted permission for publication are listed by hometown.

Altus: Jacob Brumaghin

Duncan: Candace Carnahan, Stacey Corp

Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria: Jennifer Omogbai

Kathmandu, Nepal: Tshering Chhoki Sherpa

Lawton/Fort Sill: Aaron Cobb, Tara Stevens

Odenton, Md.: Vincent D’Amico

Snyder: Allison Vandever

In addition, Albert Johnson, Jr., Vice President for University Advancement, and Dr. Theresa Billiot, Associate Professor of Marketing, were inducted as honorary members.

Delta Mu Delta chapter officers for 2018-2019 are Dionna Nieto, Elgin; President; Savoy King, Lawton, Vice President: Chris Ritchey, Cache, Secretary; and Tesa Brown, Rush Springs, Treasurer.

The Iota Sigma chapter was installed at Cameron in March 2001. Membership is by invitation only for business students. Undergraduate students are required to have completed at least half of the course work required for a bachelor’s degree and be in the top 20 percent of their class. Graduate students are required to have completed at least half of the course work required for the master’s degree and be in the top 20 percent of their class.

“The exclusivity of Delta Mu Delta is a reward in itself,” says Walton. “It’s an honor recognizing students who work so diligently towards achieving their academic and professional goals.”

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April 16, 2018