May 28, 2015 - Eighteen King’s College seniors were recently inducted into the inaugural class of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) honor society.

IMA Accounting honor society recognizes and honors academic achievement, provides an alumni network for lifetime connections and advances the profession of accounting. The honor society admits those students who are in their junior or senior year majoring in Accounting, Finance or Information Technology, who have completed a minimum of three accounting courses, and attained an overall accounting GPA of 3.0 (4.0 scale). Tara Shawver, professor of accounting, is the IMA campus advocate. 

Students inducted into IMA honor society are, seated from left: Katherine Petraglia, Katelyn Wojcik, Melissa Bonner, Richard Bartumioli, Andrea Jimcosky, Emily Lichtenstein, and Richard Douglas. Standing: Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business; Kaitlyn Globosits; Jamie Scarantino; Thomas Ferrante; Jessica Wong; Zachary Grey; Jessica Hildebrand; Kyle Andrews; and Tara Shawver, professor of accounting. Absent from photo: Christine O’Loughlin, Scott Picketts, Brandon Souryavong, and Noah Tkach.

Students inducted into IMA honor society are, seated from left: Katherine Petraglia, Katelyn Wojcik, Melissa Bonner, Richard Bartumioli, Andrea Jimcosky, Emily Lichtenstein, and Richard Douglas. Standing: Barry Williams, dean, McGowan School of Business; Kaitlyn Globosits; Jamie Scarantino; Thomas Ferrante; Jessica Wong; Zachary Grey; Jessica Hildebrand; Kyle Andrews; and Tara Shawver, professor of accounting. Absent from photo: Christine O’Loughlin, Scott Picketts, Brandon Souryavong, and Noah Tkach.