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Sigma Iota Epsilon Inducts Fall Members

October 23, 2014


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MACOMB, IL - - Western Illinois University's chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon, a nationally recognized management honorary and professional fraternity, inducted 13 undergraduate and graduate students in the Fall 2014 semester.

Sigma Iota Epsilon's purpose is to encourage and recognize scholastic excellence and to promote cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management and allied majors within the field of business.

Membership is open to junior and senior business students with 60 credit hours and a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 and to graduate students with nine credit hours and a cumulative GPA of 3.5.

Sigma Iota Epsilon inductees are listed below by county.

ILLINOIS
CHRISTIAN
Taylorville: Emily Nation, junior, accountancy

DUPAGE
Darien: Danielle Bojko, junior, marketing

FULTON
Ipava: Kyle Wickert, graduate, business administration

HANCOCK
Carthage: Bryan Fox, senior, accountancy

HENRY
Geneseo: Michael Scherer, senior, accountancy

MCDONOUGH
Macomb: Scott Coker, graduate, business administration; Matthew Cook, junior, supply chain management

MORGAN
Jacksonville: Jared T. Rohn, senior, supply chain management

ROCK ISLAND
Rock Island: Abby Wilson, junior, supply chain management

TAZEWELL
Washington: Alex Frost, junior, supply chain management

WINNEBAGO
Rockford: Karlee Swanson, senior, finance

IOWA
MUSCATINE
Muscatine: Marissa Mathis, graduate, business administration

ALABAMA
PIKE
Troy: Shemeka Negron, senior, human resource management

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