Belmont University’s Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma held its Induction Ceremony on November 10. The inductees were from the School of Business Administration, Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business and Massey Graduate School of Business. Only business students who earn the distinction of “the Best in Business” during their academic careers qualify for membership. Beta Gamma Sigma is the business school equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa in liberal arts education.
The 42 new members are Kathleen L. Alberts, Heather R. Anvik, Jessica A. Betts, Tara A. Blood, Tara S. Bryant, Matthew E. Cannata, Julia Cecere, John P. Conley, Ashley A. Cox, Nicholas Deitmen, Delwyn D. DeVries, Justin R. Entzminger, Michael W. Gardner, Heather L. Germain, John S. Gonas, George M. Grimes, Daniel W. Harris, Laura D. Haupt, Christopher B. Holcombe, Klay T. Kelley, Jeffrey L. Lassiter, Corrina R. Logston, Timothy M. Maglothin, Lisa M. Marshall, Kelsey J. McMahan, Ray W, Mettetal, Brett K. Moffat, Mary Grace Murphy, Sarah F. Olinde, James B. Preston, Katherine S. Rote, Melissa H. Ryan, Scott L. Saunders, Marney Sherrill, Daniel Smith, Keith M. Smith, Stephen W. Soderholm, Shawn M. Sweeney, Courtney M. Swim, Christopher M. Tisdale, Pomai Verzon, and Matthew T. Woods.
These new members join an expanding worldwide network of more than 625,000 outstanding business professionals who have earned recognition through lifetime membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. Students ranking in the top 10 percent of the baccalaureate and top 20 percent of graduate programs at schools accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) are eligible for this invitation. Beta Gamma Sigma membership is truly an international honor, and these outstanding Belmont students have received the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive.