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April 5, 2019 - Thirteen King’s College students were recently inducted into Mu Kappa Tau (MKT), the national honor society in marketing. The Society was founded in 1966 by members of Pi Sigma Epsilon, the National Professional Fraternity in Marketing, Sales Management, and Selling.

The goals of Mu Kappa Tau are to promote the advancement of study in the field of marketing, to recognize academic excellence within the marketing discipline, and to develop and exceptional standard of ethics and achievement within the marketing field. The King’s College chapter was established in 1995 and admits junior and senior marketing majors who have attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.25. Juniors must be ranked in the top ten percent of their class and seniors must be ranked in the top twenty percent of their class. Dr. Amy Parsons, professor of marketing, is moderator of the society.

Pictured seated, from left is Dr. Sandy Loeb, Haley Kramer, Alyssa Christian, Robin Seidel, Amanda Goss, and Kaitlyn Kochanski.

Pictured standing, from left is Dr. Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business; Dr. Gary Lantz, Turki Basunbul, Trevor Flores, Tyler Millan, Annalisa Jolley, and Dr. Amy Parsons.

Not pictured are Erin Byorick, Joshua Frankevich, Kyle McKiernan, and Remy Votta.