Members of the Honors College and Phi Beta Lambda, a professional business fraternity, traveled to Fairmont, W.Va. to compete at the State Leadership Conference. Students participated in case studies, production tests and presentations.
A list of the Honors students who were recognized for outstanding achievement in competitions ranging from insurance concepts to sports management, are listed below. Many of these students qualified to compete in the national conference this summer in San Antonio.
Aidan Glowacki placed first in Statistical Analysis and placed second in Contemporary Sports Issues.
Amy Slagel placed second in Business Communications and placed third in Sports Management.
Anthony Boggs placed first in Best Portfolio Stock Market Challenge and placed second in Presentation Stock Market Challenge.
Carter Newman placed first Economic Analysis and Decision Making and placed first in Microeconomics.
Colton Cooper placed first in Information management and placed first in Justice Administration.
Emily Bedway placed second in Business Decision Making and placed third in Business Law.
Emily Buonaiuto placed first in Accounting Analysis and Decision making and placed third in Cost Accounting.
Grace Kinder placed first in Insurance Concepts and placed first in Accounting Analysis and Decision Making.
Grant Case placed first in Global Analysis and Decision Making and placed first in Management Analysis and Decision Making.
Hope Boone placed first in Accounting Analysis and Decision Making.
Jancee Crotts placed second in Integrated Marketing and placed second in Marketing Concepts.
Joseph Gutmann placed second in Financial Analysis and Decision Making.
Joshua Lynn placed second in Financial Analysis and Decision Making.
Mary Adams placed first in Human Resource Management and placed first in Management Concepts.
Megan Lanham placed first in Accounting for Professionals.
Samuel Shoemaker placed first in Economic Analysis and Decision Making and placed second in Project Management.