Entrepreneurship honor society Sigma Nu Tau inducted new members, including three graduate students and two alumni, during a ceremony on March 25 in the Massey Boardroom. Chapter President Alexandra Lauber gave the keynote address.
New members are: undergraduate students Carter Abel , Amy Ashida, Blake Bailey, Landon Barnes, Grant Blevins, Jacob Brown, Hayden Coleman, Kayla Corbin, Caroline Davidson, John Fleming, Craig Gabbert, Eric Guroff, Michael Hammers, Mary Lawson, Madison Lee, Chelsi Leverenz, Fabiana Mersan, Nicholas Miller, Aaron Montlary, James Morris, Tyler Newkirk, Melissa Nieszczur, Rachel Perkins, Ann Touchstone and Weston Wood; as well as graduate students Juanita Cousins, Kathleen Goff and Stanley Stacey. Alumni Kurt Nelson and Tyler Seymour also were inducted for their smart phone application building company Aloompa, located in Edgehill Village.
Sigma Nu Tau is the first honor society dedicated to entrepreneurship, and its members are recognized for having high ethical standards, exhibiting honor and integrity and demonstrating a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Its mission is to promote, recognize and reward academic excellence in entrepreneurship and to encourage and recognize the practice of principled entrepreneurship.