The Cameron University chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, an international fraternity for business majors, was officially chartered during a recent ceremony which also saw the induction of 27 students as founding members. Cameron’s Sigma Chi chapter grew out of the Alpha Eta Omega Colony, established in February 2012 when 20 business students signed a letter of intent. After meeting the pre-requisites of community service projects, professional activities, sponsored events, and number of members, the colony submitted a petition to charter a collegiate chapter, which was approved by the Delta Sigma Pi National Board of Directors. Dr. Roxanne Gooch, Associate Professor of Accounting, serves as the chapter’s faculty advisor.
Students inducted as founding members are listed by hometown.
Abia, Nigeria: Victor Ndukwe
Altus: Starlette Price
Chickasha: Gena Goodson
Cincinnati, Ohio: Ron Warren
Commerce City, Colo.: Connie Westbrook
Dallas, Texas: Corey Bounds
Ddica, Nigeria: Dottie Timisan
Des Moines, Iowa: Dawn Stefansky
Indiahoma: Eric Igo
Jenks: Andrea Dollarhite
Kumasi, Ghana: Justice Berko
Lagos, Nigeria: Waheed Gbadamosi, Elisha Omokhunu, Stella Osunkwo, Adebimpe Teluwo
Laurel, Miss.: James Meeks
Lawton: Luis Desrosier, Angelica Lumpkin, Yvonne Moore, Aimee Underhill, Trisha Vernon-Cole, John Williams
Panama City, Panama: Jairo Medina
San Ramon, Calif.: Amy Smith
St. John’s, Antigua: Karin Clashing-O’Reilly
Wahiawa, Hawaii: Adeline Larsen
Ziguinchor, Senegal: Thierno Diallo
Founded in 1907, Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity which encourages personal and professional development of men and women pursuing careers in business. Supporting scholastic, professional and service activities in and outside of universities, Delta Sigma Pi promotes a closer relationship between the commercial world and students of commerce while continuing to further a higher standard of commercial ethics. More than 270 chapters and 250,000 members worldwide support the goals and ideals of the fraternity.
April 30, 2014