5 inducted into business honor society
April 26, 2013

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Five students were inducted into the Bryan College chapter of Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society Thursday, April 25, recognizing their achievement in the business major.
 
Dr. William Lay, right, presents Sigma Beta Delta materials to inductees, from left, Lauren Hall, Christina Corwin, Rachel Miller, Nathaniel Eastwood, and Katherine Smith.
Sigma Beta Delta, an international honor society, exists to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students in business, management and administration.  Membership, by nomination of faculty chapter officers, is open to juniors and seniors in the top 20 percent of their class.
 
Dr. William Lay, chapter president, pointed out that election to lifetime membership in Sigma Beta Delta is the highest honor a business student can receive in an undergraduate or Master’s program. There are more than 30,000 members worldwide.
 
Members inducted into the Bryan chapter include Christina Corwin, a junior from Lenoir City, Tenn.; Nathaniel Eastwood, a junior from Dayton, Tenn.; Lauren Hall, a junior from Dayton, Tenn.; Rachel Miller, a senior from Signal Mountain, Tenn.; and Katherine Smith, a junior from Oneonta, Ala.
 
Bryan President Dr. Stephen D. Livesay told the students they are to be “commended for rising to the top of your class. I’m impressed with the leadership you already have exhibited, the internships you will have this summer, among them two banking internships in Europe. For those of you who are graduating, I'm even more excited about what you will take with you from what you have learned at Bryan and the contributions you will make in society."