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Beta Gamma Sigma welcomes newest inductees


by Jess Nickels ('21)

 
Sixteen of the 41 Beta Gamma Sigma inductees were able to attend the ceremony in-person
Pictured above: Sixteen of the 41 inductees were able to attend the ceremony in-person.

SUMMARY: Newest inductees of Beta Gamma Sigma are celebrated.


James Madison University’s Beta Gamma Sigma chapter held its 60th Induction Ceremony on Monday, November 8. The newest inductees walked across the stage in the Hartman Hall forum to collect their certificates, stoles and pins. 

Beta Gamma Sigma is the International Business Honor Society. Induction recognizes top-performing students who attend a business school accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Being inducted into BGS is the highest honor one can receive if attending an AACSB accredited college.

Chapter advisor and associate dean of undergraduate programs Molly Brown (’99), was recently named as the Beta Gamma Sigma 2021 Chapter Advisor of the Year. Brown was a BGS honoree in 1999, and was selected by the BGS Chapter Awards Committee based on her ongoing commitment to and support of the JMU BGS chapter, which has been named a Highest Honors Chapter each year since Brown took over as advisor.

Glenn Wayland ('88) - BGS Chapter Honoree - 2021
Pictured above: Glenn Wayland ('88), BGS Chapter Honoree

Glenn Wayland (’88) was nominated as this year's Chapter Honoree in recognition of the role he played as capital outlay manager for the College of Business Learning Complex; an example of his dedication to accelerating student opportunities and growth.   

Congratulations to the 41 inductees of Beta Gamma Sigma!

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Published: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Last Updated: Monday, April 18, 2022

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