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Business students inducted into honor societies

The College of Business and Technology at Black Hills State University inducted several new members into BHSU’s Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta, an honor society for students in business, management, and administration. Back row (left to right) are: Jean Johnson, assistant professor of business at BHSU and faculty advisor for Sigma Beta Delta; Becky Stewart, graduate student from Spearfish who is pursing her masters degree in business service management; Cassondra Skvicalo, junior business administration major from Lead; Jamie Richey, senior business administration major from Wewela; Kyle Hollingsworth, senior business administration from Pierre; Dillon Julius, junior business administration major from Watertown; Dr. Priscilla Romkema, dean of the College of Business and Technology and Sigma Beta Delta president; and Dr. Sheng Yang, associate professor of business and Sigma Beta Delta vice president. Seated (left to right) are: Melissa Woodall, senior professional accountancy major from Belle Fourche; Nichole Simque, senior business administration major from Spearfish; and Jill Kary, senior business administration major Powell, Wyo. Not pictured are Victoria Antuna, senior professional accountancy major from Spearfish; Amanda Brumfield, junior business administration major from Dickinson, N.D.; Brittni Hanson, senior business administration major from Belle Fourche; Lane Warner, junior from Onida; Amanda Johnson, senior business administration major from Rapid City; and Jonathan Free, senior business administration major from Rapid City.
The Zeta Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon at BHSU, an honor society for students in management, also inducted new members (left to right): Dr. David Scarborough, associate professor of business; Cassondra Skvicalo, junior business administration major from Lead; Kyle Hollingsworth, senior business administration from Pierre; Jill Kary, senior business administration major Powell, Wyo.; Dillon Julius, junior business administration major from Watertown; Verona Beguin, BHSU assistant professor of business and faculty advisor for Sigma Iota Epsilon; and Dr. Priscilla Romkema, dean of the College of Business and Technology.

The College of Business and Technology at Black Hills State University inducted several new members into two honor societies at a recent initiation ceremony. Students are chosen as a result of their outstanding academic achievements.

BHSU’s Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta, an honor society for students in business, management, and administration initiated these new members: Victoria Antuna, senior professional accountancy major from Spearfish; Amanda Brumfield, junior business administration major from Dickinson, N.D.; Jonathan Free, senior business administration major from Rapid City; Brittni Ashley Hanson, senior business administration major from Belle Fourche; Kyle Hollingsworth, senior business administration from Pierre; Amanda Johnson, senior business administration major from Rapid City; Dillon Julius, junior business administration major from Watertown; Jill Kary, senior business administration major Powell, Wyo.; Jamie Richey, senior business administration major from Wewela; Nichole Simque, senior business administration major from Spearfish; Cassondra Skvicalo, junior business administration major from Lead; Becky Stewart, graduate student from Spearfish who is pursing her masters degree in business service management; Lane Warner, junior from Onida; and Melissa Woodall, senior professional accountancy major from Belle Fourche. Their faculty advisor is Jean Johnson, assistant professor of business at BHSU.

The Zeta Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon, an honor society for students in management, inducted the following new members: Amanda Brumfield, Brittni Ashley Hanson, Kyle Hollingsworth, Dillon Julius, Jill Kary, Cassondra Skvicalo, and Lane Warner. The faculty advisor for the honor society is Verona Beguin, BHSU assistant professor of business.

Dr. Priscilla Romkema, dean of the College of Business and Technology; Dr. Sheng Yang, associate professor of business; and Dr. David Scarborough, associate professor of business, also participated in the initiation ceremonies.

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