STEPHENVILLE — Tarleton State University’s Zeta Lambda chapter of Delta Mu Delta, the international honor society in business, inducted 75 new members during a ceremony on the Stephenville campus.
Selection was based on outstanding academic performance in the College of Business Administration’s undergraduate and graduate programs.
Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business, with chapters on more than 300 college and university campuses across North America, encourages and recognizes the academic excellence of students to create a network that fosters the well-being of its members and the business community through lifetime membership.
To be eligible, students must be classified as a junior, senior or graduate student and have earned a minimum 3.25 grade point average (on a 4.0 GPA scale) in a degree program within the university’s College of Business Administration. Students who are active members are able to qualify for leadership roles within the local chapter, invitations to the international conference and annual scholarships provided by Delta Mu Delta.
The Zeta Lambda chapter of Delta Mu Delta was installed on the Tarleton campus on April 17, 1993, and is currently advised by Christi Foster, instructor of management within the College of Business Administration.
Glenn Reid Jr.
Thomas Rudolph Jr.
For more information about Delta Mu Delta at Tarleton, visit www.tarleton.edu/deltamudelta.
Contact: Christi Foster – Delta Mu Delta chapter adviser