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Sigma Iota Epsilon Spring 2015 Inductions

March 30, 2015


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MACOMB, IL - - Western Illinois University's chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon, a nationally recognized management honorary and professional fraternity, has inducted two graduate and 13 undergraduate students in the Spring 2015 semester.

Sigma Iota Epsilon's purpose is to encourage and recognize scholastic excellence and 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 cities, states and other countries.

ILLINOIS (by county)
COOK
Chicago: Zachary Jacobs, junior, pre-business conditional finance

Rolling Meadows: Kelcie Brush, junior, pre-business conditional accountancy

FULTON
Canton: Darryl Leander, junior, pre-business conditional management

HENRY
Geneseo: Sarah Hiebert, junior, accountancy

KNOX
Galesburg: Julieta Valencia, junior, pre-business conditional marketing

PIATT
Monticello: Robert Poynton, senior, marketing

ROCK ISLAND
Moline: Aric Brokaw, junior, pre-business conditional management; Kasey Fish, senior, pre-business conditional management; Keaton Townsend, junior, pre-business conditional management

WILL
Romeoville: Christianne Spivey-Sampson, junior, pre-business conditional management

WINNEBAGO
Rockford: Bryce Sheehan, senior, supply chain management

IOWA
Bettendorf: Johnna Cortopassi, junior, pre-business conditional management

Elderidge: Kimberly Goodwin, graduate student, Master of Business Administration

NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh: Jennifer Kelly, senior, pre-business conditional accountancy

FRANCE
Jouy-en-Josas-Yvelines: Thiabault Delage, graduate student, Master of Business Administration

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