TROY Delta Mu Delta business honor society inducts new members

Posted: Wednesday, 25 May 2011

DOTHAN—The Delta Mu Delta business honor society at Troy University recently inducted 20 new students into the Dothan Campus chapter.

Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society that recognizes superior scholastic achievements for graduate and undergraduate students studying business administration.

Dr. Orrin K. (Skip) Ames, associate dean of the Sorrell College of Business at the Dothan Campus, was inducted as an honorary member.

Delta Mu Delta's faculty advisors are Dr. Bud Borders and Dr. Dan Teed. The Zeta Omicron Chapter of Delta Mu Delta was established at the Dothan Campus in 1993.

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The Delta Mu Delta business honor society at Troy University recently inducted 20 new students into the Dothan Campus chapter. Pictured left to right are: (front) Tisha A. Tarter of Ozark, president; Elliott Gabriel Smith of Dothan, vice president; Kelly Leigh Adams of Slocomb, treasurer; (center) Belinda Jane Hughes of Ozark, Raquel Castro Goebel of Ozark, Brittany Paide Dionne of Enterprise, Dustin James Parkman of Dothan, Heidi Michele Acuff of Bonifay, Fla; (back) Dr. Bud Borders, advisor; Ronald A. Whitehurst of Dothan, Adam D. Hughes of Ozark, Joshua C. Bulesco of Ozark, Helena Chapman of Dothan, Billy Todd Campbell of Ozark, Sara A. Bouchard of Enterprise and Dr. Dan Teed, advisor. Not pictured are: Valerie Bell of Eufaula, Julia Melanie Gilhouse of Enterprise, Rodney C. Neudecker III of Enterprise, Carl M. Smith, Jr. of Dothan, LaShanda McKissic of Kinsey and Kimberly Marie Reynolds of Dothan. (TROY photo)