Delta Mu Delta

 

Induction Ceremony 2015

On Saturday, April 11, 2015 the Lawrence Technological University College of Management welcomed its second class of Delta Mu Delta inductees. The ceremony began with Dr. Anne Kohnke, Assistant Professor in the College of Management and faculty adviser for Delta Mu Delta inducting two Honorary Inductees: Mr. John G. Petty, ME’65, Trustee of Lawrence Technological University, and Dr. Hamid Servati, President of ServoTech Industries, Partner of Zoatex LLC.

Honoree Group

Dean Mirshab; President Moudgil; Dr. Anne Kohnke; Mr. John G. Petty, ME’65; Dr. Hamid Servati; Dr. Maria Vaz; Dr. Jacqueline Stavros.

 

Dr. Anne Kohnke, LTU’s Nu Alpha Chapter Presiding Officer and Emcee for the evening, welcomed 35 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral inductees. The criteria for induction into Delta Mu Delta as an undergraduate student is a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2, completion of at least 50 percent of the required credits toward their degree, and completion of at least 24 credits at LTU. Graduate and doctoral students must have completed at least 50 percent of the required credits toward their degree and must have a cumulative GPA of 3.85 or higher. All candidates for membership in the society must also be in the top 20 percent of their class.

Following the student induction Mr. John Petty addressed inductees with an inspiring message on the Role of Leadership and the Impact that today’s actions have on the Future.

John Petty

Mr. John G. Petty, ME’65, Trustee of Lawrence Technological University 

 

After dinner, President Moudgil delivered an inspiring keynote address. During his keynote address, Dr. Moudgil spoke to our inductees and their families about the importance of developing and utilizing their skills in both domestic and international venues.

President Moudgil

President Moudgil 

 

Congratulations to all of our students who were inducted in recognition of their outstanding academic success! We look forward to the future of Delta Mu Delta on LTU’s campus!

Delta Mu Delta Group 2015

Delta Mu Delta Group

 

Induction Ceremony 2014

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, the Lawrence Technological University College of Management welcomed its inaugural class of Delta Mu Delta inductees. Delta Mu Delta, international honor society in business, is an organization dedicated to recognizing students’ academic achievement in business subjects.

Dr. Betty Jean Hebel, regional representative for Delta Mu Delta, installed the Nu Alpha chapter at LTU as an official chapter in the society.

Chapter Founding Ceremony

Dr. Betty Jean Hebel presents Dr. Anne Kohnke, Faculty Advisor for Delta Mu Delta, with the Delta Mu Delta Commemorative Plaque.

 

Chapter Founding Ceremony

College of Management recognizes the Chapter Foundation

 


Following the installation, the chapter’s first honorary members were inducted into Delta Mu Delta. Nu Alpha’s initial honorary members are Dr. Virinder Moudgil, President of LTU; Dr. Maria Vaz, Provost of LTU; Dr. Anne Kohnke, Assistant Professor in the College of Management and new faculty adviser for Delta Mu Delta, and Dr. Jackie Stavros, Professor in the College of Management. These four honorary members were chosen based on their commitment to student success and dedication to the College of Management’s overall mission.

Honorary Inductees

Dr. Anne Kohnke; Dr. Maria Vaz, Provost; Dr. Betty Jean Hebel; Dr. Virinder Moudgil, President; Dr. Jackie Stavros

 


After the honorary induction, Dr. Hebel and Dr. Kohnke welcomed 28 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students into membership in Delta Mu Delta. The criteria for induction into Delta Mu Delta as an undergraduate student is a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2, completion of at least 50 percent of the required credits toward their degree, and completion of at least 24 credits at LTU. Graduate and doctoral students must have completed at least 50 percent of the required credits toward their degree and must have a cumulative GPA of 3.85 or higher. All candidates for membership in the society must also be in the top 20 percent of their class.

Following the student induction and dinner, President Moudgil delivered an inspiring address entitled “Managing Institutions in a Global Society.” During his keynote address, Dr. Moudgil spoke to our inductees and their families about the importance of developing and utilizing their skills in both domestic and international venues.

Congratulations to all of our students who were inducted in recognition of their outstanding academic success! We look forward to the future of Delta Mu Delta on LTU’s campus!

Mission Statement

Delta Mu Delta is a business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at qualifying colleges and universities to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through life-time membership.

History

Delta Mu Delta was founded by the Dean from Harvard University and four professors from Yale University and New York University in November, 1913.

Delta Mu Delta, DMD, was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1952.

In 1963 DMD was admitted to membership in the Association of College Honor Societies, ACHS, (click on Professional Affiliations, above) an organization of nearly 70 member international honor societies whose objective is to maintain high standards for the recognition and promotion of academic excellence in higher education.

In 1992 the Society established an affiliation with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, ACBSP, (click on Professional Affiliations).

Delta Mu Delta is the International Honor Society for business programs accredited by ACBSP at the baccalaureate, graduate and doctoral levels.

Benefits

Delta Mu Delta membership not only recognizes the outstanding academic success, but also offers various professional opportunities:

  • Professional Network of 150,000 members from 300 chapters, who share your passion for excellence and can help you continue your education by “learning on the job.”
  • Employment Opportunities
    Through Professional Networks and enhanced job searches. You can join regional groups, business specialty groups, and chapter groups and create a group that reflects your interests. Many campus chapters provide events for alumni members to network with corporate and continue their education with speaker events.
  • Scholarship Program
    In 2013, Delta Mu Delta will provide $59,000 in scholarships to ensure that exceptional students in the Society can continue their education. This represents a 50% increase in scholarship funds in the past five years. More information is available at DMD scholarship page.
  • Bloomberg Businessweek Subscription
    Delta Mu Delta is committed to advancing your knowledge of business and facilitates access to Bloomberg Businessweek in print or on-line form. New inductees automatically receive a one-year subscription (50 issues). After the first year, you can capitalize on an 88% reduction in price in comparison to newsstand prices to keep receiving the magazine. Signup here for DMD Bloomberg Businessweek.

 

Selection Process

New members of Delta Mu Delta are chosen by the College of Management for the Annual Ceremony in April, based on the following criteria:

  • Completion at least half of required coursework at LTU
  • Completion of at least 24 credits at LTU
  • Undegraduate students maintainining a GPA of 3.2 and above
  • Graduate and Doctoral students maintaining a GPA of 3.85 and above
  • All candidates for membership in the society must also be in the top 20 percent of their class.

 

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Inducted Students, 2014

Delta Mu Delta Inducted Students 2015

 

INDUCTION CEREMONY 2014


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Inducted Students, 2014

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INDUCTED STUDENTS, 2015

Undergraduate

Ibrahim H. Alghamdi
Hawra Alsulaiman
Paul Bassmagian
Royce Wilkerson
 

Graduate

Adeyinka Adenrele
Hamid Ahmad
Abdullah Alessa
Faisal Almaashoug
Waleed Alothman
David Baker
Noah Cavitt
Kristen Chiodini-Fowler
Meng Fang
Jared Fleming
Jennifer Fleming
Linda Hanna
Maya Husseini
Goutam Jena
Mark Kowalski
Keith Krochmalny
Courtney Leonard
Robert Lewis II
Alhor Madan
Paul McDaniel
Jad Mortada
Monika Oery
Jeffrey Rothenberg
Vladimir Rozovskiy
Lucas Salazar
Sowmya Tiruchengode Yegyanrayanan
Grant Wenzinger
Christopher Whiteman
Mark Youngblood
Ning Zhu
 

Doctoral

Jennifer Hitchcock

INDUCTED STUDENTS, 2014


Undergraduate

William Crandall
Ryan Hogan
Luv Lodhia
Jasen Sams
Mariama Weaver

Graduate

Nurayaman Aljaroudi
Sultan Almassar
Abdullah Almuqrin
Hebah Alwerfalli
Peter Chin
Carrie Franchi
Staci Huddleston
Daphne Joachim
Frank Kuligowski
Brent Malik
Kholoud Maswadi
Monica Orengo-Irizarry
Tonita Orr
Wojciech Pilecki
Trang Quanch
Gary Robb
Gloria Roberts
Jalbir Singh
Eliot Sippola
Dustin Tierney
Keerthi Sunke

Doctoral

Valerie DeVries
Lihua Dishman
Rodney Harris