Cameron University’s Iota Sigma chapter of the Delta Mu Delta (DMD) International Honor Society in Business inducted 31 new members in early April. Delta Mu Delta recognizes and encourages academic excellence to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through lifetime membership.
Spring 2014 inductees are listed by hometown.
Baltimore, Md.: Lisa Webster
Benin City, Nigeria: Ehenenden Toni-Osagie
Cache: Lindsey Billen
Cairo, Egypt: Mahmoud Elmekkawy
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Miranda Schlicht
Chickasha: Gena Goodson
Duncan: Amanda Barkheimer
Elgin: Darryl Robinson
Fort Cobb: Stacy Hill
Indiahoma: Eric Igo
Kathmandu, Nepal: Sudipti Baral, Sonam Tamang
Lagos, Nigeria: Chibuzor Kanu, Stella Osunkwo, Adebimpe Teluwo
Lancaster, Pa.: Monica Martin
Lawton: David Dunnell, Michael Dykes; Ross Holley, Jack Hughes, Samantha Porter, Aimee Underhill, Trisha Vernon-Cole
Mombasa, Kenya: Daniel Nyachwaya
Port Angeles, Wash.: Kathleen Michaelis
Posados. Argentina: Santiago Romero
Saluggia, Vercelli, Italy: Sara Trivari
San Ramon, Calif.: Amy Smith
St. John’s, Antigua: Karin Clashing-O’Reilly
Ziguinchor, Senegal: Thierno Diallo
Dr. Pamela Rogers and Dr. Aubree Walton serve as faculty advisors to the chapter.
“The purpose behind Delta Mu Delta not only promotes higher education but recognizes the scholastic accomplishments of students in the School of Business,” says Rogers. “We are thrilled to have a chapter of Delta Mu Delta here at Cameron University in order to provide the business students another reason to strive for academic distinction.”
The Iota Sigma chapter was installed at Cameron in March 2001. Membership is by invitation only for business students. Undergraduate students are required to have completed at least half of the course work required for a bachelor’s degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better and be in the top 20 percent of their class. Graduate students are required to have completed at least half of the course work required for the master’s degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.60 or better and be in the top 20 percent of their class.
“The exclusivity of Delta Mu Delta is a reward in itself,” says Walton, “It’s an honor recognizing students who work hard to set themselves apart from their peers.”
April 30, 2014