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400th Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society opened at Rockford University

Thursday, December 12, 2013  
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For immediate release – 12/12/13

Director of Communications Rita Elliott, 815-226-3374  

Rockford, Ill., — Rockford University opened the 400th chapter of the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society by inducting 24 new members on November 14.  The honor society acknowledges outstanding academic achievements made by undergraduate and graduate business majors  

Sigma Beta Delta membership is the highest national recognition that business students can receive at a college or university. Eligibility for membership includes being in the upper 20 percent of junior, senior or master’s level class, as well as an invitation by a faculty member.  The honor society has a 200 year history dating back to the founding of Phi Beta Kappa in 1776 in Williamsburg, Virginia.  

Inductees will receive several benefits from joining Sigma Beta Delta. Among these benefits are lifetime recognition of outstanding academic achievements, lifetime contact through the Aspirations newsletter, as well as networking opportunities with current members, including Rockford University’s very own President, Robert Head, Ph.D., who is a member of the society.  

The first group on inductees from the University include: Emily Day, Yazmin Garcia, Amour Muro, Jie Ning, Seth Spillare, Da Xie, Jason Applegate, Jonathan Ballard, Kerry Beard, Lisa Coen, Nancy Mandell, Jill Marzorati, Jessica McCarren, Melinda Roach, Nathan Rowland, Stephen Steurer, Timothy Tank, Brian Wilkins, Michelle Borgialli, Susan Caravello, Lajeana Davis and Danielle Lund.

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