Beta Gamma Sigma inducts newest members

The Tulane University chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society recognizing business excellence, welcomed its newest members on April 18, 2013, at a ceremony hosted by the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Bachelor of Science in Management students Michelle Germain, Samantha Oppenheim and Walter Kissling, left to right, were among this semester's inductees into Beta Gamma Sigma, the international business honor society.

Celebrating its centennial year in 2013, Beta Gamma Sigma is recognized by the educational and corporate communities as the highest recognition a business student can receive in a program accredited by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Since its founding, Beta Gamma Sigma has inducted more than 700,000 members from over 520 collegiate chapters and 24 alumni chapters. Members currently reside in all 50 states and more than 160 countries throughout the world. The Tulane chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma was established in 1924.

The inductees, including students from the BSM, MACCT, MBA, MFIN and MNRG programs, are as follows:

  • Benjamin Abramowitz
  • Emily Balcke
  • Benjamin Briggs Barrios
  • Nathaniel Ben-David
  • Annelise Broussard
  • Lu Chai
  • Alexandra Cohen
  • Colin Crosby
  • Catherine Cusimano
  • Ashley Falgout
  • Michael Finkelstein
  • Michelle Germain
  • Evan Golden
  • Sisi He
  • Chenwei Jiang
  • Rimas Kapacinskas
  • Walter Kissling
  • Courtney Kulchin
  • Huihua Lei
  • Keji Liu
  • Shengting Luo
  • Danica Mock
  • Danielle Myers
  • Samantha Oppenheim
  • Ryan Pruitt
  • Sisi Qiu
  • Aileen Rodriguez
  • Karli Rosen
  • Lijun Ruan
  • Christoph Schuhmann
  • Yuchen Shi
  • Taft Sibley
  • John Philip Stuart
  • Xiaohan Tian
  • Jacob Tripplehorn
  • Margaret Tumminello
  • Olivia Utt
  • Yu Wang
  • Xue Yang
  • Xingcan Yu
  • Jue Zhang
  • Linna Zhang
  • Jing Zhao
  • Jingyi Zhu

In addition, Linna Zhang, who was inducted as an undergraduate, also received second recognition at the graduate level.

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