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School of Business

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 12:55pm
The William Carey University School of Business inducted 17 students into the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society in Business, Management and Administration during Homecoming activities on March 28.
 
The 2015 inductees are Samuel Barnsley of Sheffield, United Kingdom; Rodney Beech of Perkinston; Gleb Bilyalov of Encino, Calif.; Taylor Fortenberry of Columbia; Brooklyn Guillot of Port Allen, La.; Brandy Holley of Lucedale; Ashlynn Hust of Petal; Miguel Izquierdo Puertas of Burgos, Spain; Thilo Koerperich of Duisburg, Germany; Carlos Ramirez of Biloxi; Larry Rexford of Gulfport; Kristel Rodriguez of Laurel; Leonard Sechi of Friedrichsdorf, Germany; Katie Sims of Purvis; Tiffany Stover of Moselle; Shannel Wilson of Lumberton; and Brook Young of Calais, Maine.
 
The induction ceremony included an address by keynote speaker Jeremiah Talton, a 2014 Master of Business Administration graduate now serving as district sales coordinator for AFLAC. The ceremony also featured a presentation from Priscilla Brown and Cynthia Young, representatives from the Fieldhouse for the Homeless in Hattiesburg.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 9:28am
The William Carey University School of Business Leadership Institute will host Military Appreciation Day during a baseball doubleheader at Milton Wheeler Field on the Hattiesburg campus beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.
 
The Crusaders will play the Martin Methodist College (Pulaski, Tenn.) Redhawks. Active duty military members and veterans, along with their families, will receive free admission to both baseball games along with free food provided by Newk’s Eatery and Raising Cane’s.
 
For more information, contact the School of Business at (601) 318-6199.
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William Carey University student Nistha Pradhan, a senior business administration major from Lalitpur, Nepal, is one of 20 students nationally to be named to the Sigma Beta Delta Fellowship Program.
 
Pradhan has also been recognized as a lifetime member of Sigma Beta Delta, which is an international honor society for business, management and administration.
 
Pradhan has maintained a 3.95 grade point average at WCU while also participating in many campus and community activities. She is a member of the Alpha Chi general scholarship honor society as well as Kappa Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honor society. Pradhan is also a resident director; a member of Carey Connection, the student ambassador team for WCU; and a member of the School of Business Leadership Institute.
 
“Nistha is a hardworking student that diligently works to accomplish her goals,” said Dr. Cheryl Dale, dean of the School of Business. “She has demonstrated leadership in the School of Business and academically ranks at the top of her class.”
 
As part of the fellowship, Pradhan received a certificate and a cash prize.