129 Goodman students inducted to Beta Gamma Sigma honour society
Published on June 09 2014
On Saturday, June 7, the Goodman School of Business inducted 129 undergraduate and graduate students into Beta Gamma Sigma. Beta Gamma Sigma, first established in 1913, is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the AACSB. New Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) members represent the top 10% of undergraduate students and the top 20% of graduate students at the business school.
The BGS ceremony also honoured two leading business professionals: Gary Comerford, who recently retired as executive vice-president and chief marketing officer for the Reinsurance Group of America, and Deborah Rosati (BAdmin ’84), a corporate director with over 25 years in financial, operational and strategic management in the retail and technology sector.
"Membership to Beta Gamma Sigma is a great accomplishment," said Don Cyr, dean of the Goodman School of Business, to the inductees and their friends and family. "You should be very proud, as we in the Goodman School of Business are."
The Goodman School of Business first began inducting students, faculty and business leaders to this prestigious society in 2004. This year’s ceremony welcomed the largest number of students to the honour’s society in Goodman’s history.
Beta Gamma Sigma Inductees