Eleven WVU Parkersburg Students Selected
CONTACT: Dr. Henry Lowenstein, Business and Economics Division chair, (304) 424- 8279.
Eleven West Virginia University at Parkersburg students have been selected as members in the national business honor society Sigma Beta Delta.
To be considered, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and be in the top 20% of the college’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program.
Faculty members in WVU Parkersburg’s Business and Economics Division conducted the selection process.
Among this year’s selected members are three international students: Roman K. Artem’yev, accounting major, and Victoria V. Rusalkina, general business major, both of The Ukraine, and Avelina F. Lima, general business, formerly of Brazil.
Other honorees are Teresa A. Blaker of Parkersburg, accounting; Ellen K. Haught of Williamstown, computer information systems; Tabitha N. Linch of Parkersburg, accounting; Susan A. Mahoney of White Sulphur Springs, accounting; Virginia K. Mick of Ripley, accounting; Michele L. Morris of Statts Mills, general business; Aaron T. Richardson of Spencer, general business, and Bonita J. Rockwell of Parkersburg, general business.
Sigma Beta Delta is a national business honor society that encourages and recognizes scholarship and achievement among students of business, management and administration.