June 2, 2015 - Seven King’s College students were recently inducted into Epsilon Chi Omicron, the international honor society for international business.

Epsilon Chi Omicron conducts annual research paper competitions for students, encourages presentation of papers at conferences, and serves as a networking resource for members. Students accepted for admission must be juniors or seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.2 (4.0 scale). Dr. Bindu Vyas, associate professor of business and management, is moderator of the society.

King’s College juniors and seniors inducted into Epsilon Chi Omicron are, seated from left: Nirvana Chand, Amanda Kotch, Drew Groblewski, and Rachel Simon. Standing: Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business; Danielle Avery; Davide Fanelli; and Dr. Bindu Vyas, associate professor of business and management. Absent from photo: Brianna Prince.

King’s College juniors and seniors inducted into Epsilon Chi Omicron are, seated from left: Nirvana Chand, Amanda Kotch, Drew Groblewski, and Rachel Simon. Standing: Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business; Danielle Avery; Davide Fanelli; and Dr. Bindu Vyas, associate professor of business and management. Absent from photo: Brianna Prince.