TU students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta
Thomas University students were inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society in Business, Management and Administration during a ceremony held Thursday, April 25, in the Campus Center on TU’s Main Campus. In order to join Sigma Beta Delta, a student must be studying Business and rank in the upper 20 percent of their class. Participating in the ceremony are (front from left) Ann Marie Emmons, Chair of the Division of Business; Dr. Paul Wilkens, Professor of Business; Hannah Orr of Thomasville; Matthew Roach of Thomasville; Carina Spengler of Boeblingen, Germany; Katelyn Baxley of Tallahassee; Morgan Colvin of Thomasville; Jessica Thunberg of Gothenburg, Sweden; Dr. Alison Riley, Associate Professor of Business and Accounting and Advisor for TU’s Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta; (back row) Dr. Pauline Ash Ray, Associate Professor of Business; Selica Cochran of Boston; Pamela Peltier of Tallahassee; Jeannie M. Cox of Bainbridge; Latheria A. Charleston of Quincy; David Lockman of Thomasville; Sylvia Thomas of Thomasville; Mickey Langford of Cairo; and Dr. Jenny Swearingen, Assistant Professor of Business. Not pictured are April Lee of Cairo, Amanda McAdams of Tallahassee and Pearl Roberson of Cairo.