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International Business Honor Society Inducts 13 Students

July 13, 2017

Chip Underhill
Communications and Marketing
(603) 641-7326 (Desk)

Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society for students focusing on business, management, and administration, has extended membership to 13 students of Saint Anselm College.

The 13 students represent seven states and one foreign country. Five of the new members from Saint Anselm College are recent graduates with the Class of 2017; eight students are rising seniors in the Class of 2018.

2017 Inductees of Sigma Beta Delta:
Brenden Cain '18; Coppell, Texas; Business and Finance
Alexis Elowitch '18; Portland, Maine; Finance
Matthew Flynn '17; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; Finance and Business
Jake Kalette '18; Stafford Springs, Conn.; Business
Molly Kilbride '18; Portland, Maine; International Business
Sybille Legitime '18; Petion-Ville, Haiti; International Business
Joseph Marandola '18; Tyngsboro, Mass.; Finance
Noelle Menard '17; Granby, Mass.; Business
Thomas Royer '18; South Burlington, Vermont; Business
Brian Stankiewicz '17; Merrimack, N.H.; Accounting
Gabrielle Toro-Mccue '17; Weymouth, Mass.; Business
Gina Vellucci '17; Saugus, Mass.; Business
Adam Weinstein '18; Vernon, Conn.; Accounting

Sigma Beta Delta's mission is to encourage and recognize scholarly accomplishments from business students while encouraging and promoting personal and professional development. To be eligible for induction, a business student must rank in the top 20 percent of the junior, senior, or graduate class, and must be invited by their chapter's faculty officers. The organization was founded in 1994 in Williamsburg, Va. There were seven founding chapters located primarily in the South. Today, Sigma Beta Delta has 277 chapters across the United States. Its motto is "Wisdom, Honor, Aspirations."

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