UT Tyler Office of Marketing and Communications
UT Tyler Business Honor Society Recognizes Outstanding Majors
May 6, 2011
Media Contact: Hannah Buchanan
Public Affairs Specialist
Marketing and Communications
The University of Texas at Tyler
Forty-three students were recognized by The University of Texas at Tyler Beta Gamma Sigma national business honor society, Dr. Harold Doty, College of Business and Technology dean, announced.
Beta Gamma Sigma, the highest scholastic honor that can be achieved by UT Tyler’s business majors, is the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International – The Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
“Only the best business students in the world can claim membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. This year’s Beta Gamma Sigma inductees from The University of Texas at Tyler have certainly earned that title,” Doty said.
Student inductees are listed by hometown.
ARP – Shelley Lynn Sawyer.
ATHENS – Amber Jean Hanna.
COLLEGE STATION – Kevin Robert Wright.
DALLAS – Kazeem Aruna.
EASTLAND – Stephanie LaRae Hughes.
ELKHART – Melissa Kay Wilson.
HAWKINS – Aaron Maas, Meghan A. Searer and Michelle Senter.
HENDERSON – Mary L. Davis.
HOUSTON – Byron George Allen, Jr.
KEMP – Laura Lea Freeman.
KILGORE – Josh Hamm, Ryan Griffin and Heather M. Sanders.
LARUE – Megan Renee Robison.
LINDALE – Crystal Bristol, Elise Ann Nelson and Teresa Ramirez.
LONGVIEW – Kacy Leigh Aldredge.
MINEOLA – Matthew Duane Roach.
PALESTINE – Greg Parker and Wesley Campos.
PARIS – Samantha Maynard and Nalini Patel.
SOUTHLAKE – Andrew J. Reznik.
TROUP – Kenneth Dale Biddle and Ben Roberson.
TYLER – Christopher Alexander, Dana Bell, Emily Osburn, Elizabeth
Gilliam, Melinda Wilson Gary, Oscar Arevalo-Toledo, Summer English, Jason Elliston, Joel Ghrist, Jason Downey and Denis Svyatun.
UNCERTAIN – Carolyn O’Neill.
WHITEHOUSE – Kristina Vardeman.
LOUISIANA – Trever Howard Szymanski.
ECUADOR – Jessenia Aguilar.
One of the 15 campuses of the UT System, U Tyler offers excellence in teaching, research, artistic performance and community service. More than 80 undergraduate and graduate degrees are available at UT Tyler, which has an enrollment of more than 6,400 high-ability students at its campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine.