Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honorary society for business students, is pleased to welcome the following new members who stand in the top 10% of the graduating class and display the personal and professional attributes befitting the society: Sharon Alford, David Ash, Rory Baumstein,, Patrick Thomas Brock, Daniel Demers, Brandon Donnenfeld, Cara Dorfman, Izabella Elkis, Brooke Epstein, Zachary Garber, Eric Gottlieb, Jamie Grossman, Andi Jing, Andrew Joy, Alex Kahn, Diana Kluger, Rishav Kohli, Jillian Kotler, Evan Levine, Oliver Lopp, Farah Mizrahi, Carol Rivers, Daniel Rodriguez, Barbara Rossi, Dana Schwartz, Robert Sigman, Benjamin Slutsker, Russell Waldman, Bruce Yang and Xuhua Zhou
Congratulations to Gautam Agarwal and Karan Kothari for conceiving, developing and flawlessly executing the first Emerging India Summit at Emory University. Rachana Murthy and Lakshmi Chandrashekar were on the organizing committee.
Matthew Bodien, Daniel Chapman, Rishav Kohli and Kaitlin Weaver placed second in the 2010 Marketing Summit presented by the Wake Forest University School of Business. IBM, the Summit’s sponsor, challenged students to spend 36 hours developing a marketing plan for its Smarter Cities program.
Nicole Hall, Kameron King and Lara Silver were selected as semi-finalists for the 11th annual Wake Forest Elevator Competition. They were the only undergraduate team selected as a finalist to deliver a full boardroom pitch.
Yan Yang, BBA12, was a member of the 1st Place Team in Emory’s Global Health Case Competition, which worked on a case to decrease tobacco use in Gujarat state in India and won $3000.
Jooyoung Kim played Schumann, Beethoven and Paganini at her Senior Cello Recital on April 24.
Congratulations to Adam Hoffman and Jamie Reilly – their Shadowboxers Band was one of only four bands selected to compete in the Atlanta College Regional Battle of the Bands.
"The Gerstein Report," Matthew Ryckman - Co-Director, Chris Knific - Cinematographer and Stephen Beehler - Line Producer - won Best Picture at the Campus MovieFest, the world's largest student film festival and then took Best Drama at the Southern Regional Grand Finale.
Chris Knific won First Place for his original composition Summer’s Sirens in the Emory Arts Competition, presented by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with the Emory College Center for Creativity & Arts and Emory University Creativity: Arts and Innovation.
Pace Austin, Daniel Baum, Stephen Beehler, Matthew Bodien, Alexander Greenhouse, Ryan Heiling, Chris Knific, Neil Kulkarni, Carol Rivers, Daniel Rodriguez, Blair Saeks and Julian Snow received the 100 Senior Honorary Award, sponsored by the Emory & Student Alumni Associations.
Andrew Gary Joy is graduating with Highest Honors in Economics. Jacob Wesley Wooten is graduating with High Honors in Philosophy.
Lakshmi Chandrashekar, Vincent Hu and Jerry Xie won the Goizueta Business Library’s 2010 Advanced Challenge, the capstone event of the Business Essentials program whose objective is to strengthen the research skills of BBA students.
Annarevathy Aryankalayil, Pace Austin, Alexander Greenhouse, Neil Kulkarni, Evan Levine, Daniel A. Rogriguez, Kelli Schleicher and Robert Sigman were selected by the BBA Program for inclusion into Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, based on a combination of contributions to the classroom, the BBA Program, Emory University and the larger community.