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Sigma Iota Epsilon Inducts New Members

March 25, 2016

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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 14 graduate and undergraduate students for the Spring 2016 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 states, counties and cities.

ILLINOIS (by county)
Quincy: Trisha Ostrander Allen, senior, supply chain management

Chicago: Taylor Turner, senior, human resource management

Kewanee: Sarah Hughes, senior, management

Grayslake: Jacquelyn Pope, senior, accountancy

Cordova: Samantha Johnston, junior, management

Moline: Nicholas Rossa, junior, marketing; Rachel Verbeke, junior, marketing

Rock Island: Amanda Rockhold, senior, accountancy; James Cox, senior, supply chain management

Davenport: Adam Holdorf, senior, accountancy; Mitchell Donahue, junior, human resource management

Blue Springs: Mariah Peters, junior, accountancy

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