May 19, 2015 - Fifteen King’s College students were recently inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. 

The King’s College chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma has been recognized as a Premier Chapter for its superior level of membership acceptance and promotional activities. Beta Gamma Sigma encourages and honors academic achievement in the study of business, fosters personal and professional excellence, advances the values of the Society, and serves its lifelong members. Junior or senior business students earn an invitation to membership by earning a GPA within the top ten percent of their class. Dr. Joan Blewitt, associate professor of business and management, is moderator of the society.

Students inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma are, seated from left: Katherine Petraglia, Madeline Griffin, Gia Panagakos, Aubrey Gryskiewicz, Tess Sauer, Emily Lichtenstein, and Miranda Spangler. Standing: Dr. Joan Blewitt, associate professor of business and management; Michael Mocion; George Parkhurst; Danielle Avery; Rachel Simon; Matthew Kropp; Ryan Scimeca; and Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business. Absent from photo: Ryan Boyle and Robert Groblewski.

Students inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma are, seated from left: Katherine Petraglia, Madeline Griffin, Gia Panagakos, Aubrey Gryskiewicz, Tess Sauer, Emily Lichtenstein, and Miranda Spangler. Standing: Dr. Joan Blewitt, associate professor of business and management; Michael Mocion; George Parkhurst; Danielle Avery; Rachel Simon; Matthew Kropp; Ryan Scimeca; and Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business. Absent from photo: Ryan Boyle and Robert Groblewski.