Northwood Students Inducted Into Delta Mu Delta

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Ten students were inducted into the Northwood University Delta Xi Chapter of Delta Mu Delta National Honorary Society in Business Administration.

MIDLAND, MI – Ten students were inducted into the Northwood University Delta Xi Chapter of Delta Mu Delta National Honorary Society in Business Administration during a recent ceremony held in the Griswold Dining Hall on the Michigan Campus.

The induction of 2013 honorary member Professor Mariana Grigoras was performed by Delta Mu Delta President Julie-Ann Stine, a senior from Applegate.

Dr. Lance Lewis, academic dean and co-advisor, stated, “Delta Mu Delta students represent some of the very best students at Northwood and are very deserving of this honor. It’s a real pleasure for Professor John Dexter and I to serve as advisors to the group and work with this caliber of students.”

Students inducted into Delta Mu Delta this year are:

Michael Babin, a graduate student from Kalamazoo; Esteban Benitez Bertoni, a graduate student from Paraguay; Alexander Bishop, a junior from Owosso; John Braganini, a graduate student from Richland; Meghan Ewald, a junior from Milford; Kayla Gerry, a senior from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; Shawnda Hall, a senior from Detroit; Jameson Marden, a senior from Midland; Derek Ryba, a graduate student from Plymouth; and Chelsea Shartle, a junior from Adrian.

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