49 YSU Students Inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Beta Gamma Sigma chapter at Youngstown State University has inducted 49 students at the Williamson College of Business Administration.

The fraternity is reserved for schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Businesses. Students must be in the top 10% of the sophomore, junior or senior class or in the top 20% of the master’s program. 

The induction, held earlier this spring, was the 21st at Youngstown State. In total 920 students from the college have been inducted to Beta Gamma Sigma. The chapter received the Outstanding Chapter Bronze Award for its high acceptance rate and accomplishments. Professor William Vendemia was honored as Beta Gamma Sigma Advisor of the Year.

Students inducted are: Nicholas Bianco, Joseph Capezzuto, Gianna Hlebovy, Erica Lehn, Nichole Noday, Jeffrey Senediak, and Ryan Sheffield of Austintown; John Anzevino, Simone Comer, and Emilee Smrek of Boardman; Michael Rea of Campbell; Ricardo Cruz, Katherine Gamble, Laura Lamanna, and Seth Opladen of Canfield; Luke Leonard of Chagrin Falls; Madison Chapman of Columbiana; Zachary Hall of Cortland; Adam Manley of Dalton; Jessica Dohy, Angela Frazis, and Leslie Phillips of Girard; Kendyl Buckley and Karlis Larson of Howland; James Ellcessor, Kent Kroynovich, and Dillon O’Hara of Hubbard; Ann Du Chen of Hudson; John Bates of Kinsman; Kathleen Weaver of Liberty; Connor Fortune of Mc Donald; Jenna Binsley of New Springfield; Ryan Turnbull of North Lima; Brooke Aukerman of Orrville; Colin Barrett, Lauren Burt, and Marcy Grossen of Poland; Jarin Vaughn of Shelby, Roger Luoma and Luz Helena Russi Beltran of Streetsboro; John Huegel of Warren; Madison Harrington of Youngstown; Casie Scott of Sharon, Pa.; Victoria Crankovic of Wexford, Pa.; Anupama Pokharel of Pokhara, Nepal; and Ha Hoang of Hue, Viet Nam.

In addition, three students were given Second Recognition certificates for meeting standards as both an undergraduate and now as a graduate student: Courtney Lockshaw and Amanda Slattery of Boardman and Vincent Krpicak of Poland.

Source: Youngstown State University

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.