By Annali Dolman — Delta Mu Delta is the national honors society for students enrolled in collegiate business and management programs at institutions with Delta Mu Delta chapters. Only those students (majoring in business, accounting, and/or economics) who are in the top 20% of their class, Junior and/or Senior, are eligible to be inducted into this international honor society. The Alpha Lambda Chapter of Delta Mu Delta has been active at William Jewell College since 1970. An invitation to membership into Delta Mu Delta is the highest scholastic recognition the business faculty at William Jewell College can offer, and membership conveys academic excellence and a commitment to high principles and superior achievement throughout one’s lifetime.
Recently appointed chapter advisor, Assistant Professor of Accounting Chris McCullick, sat down with Jewell Business Today on September 24 and discussed plans for this years members of Delta Mu Delta at Jewell.
“Ideally, my main objective is to listen to what the Delta Mu Delta students what to achieve this year and where their passions lie. Whatever direction they want to take the group this year, I would just like to see where I can help them to reach their goals.”
Professor McCullick plans to have Delta Mu Delta students increase their involvement and participation around campus while also aligning with Jewell’s mission and looking into opportunities for students to provide service to the greater Liberty community. Additionally, we discussed further scholarship opportunities that are available to Delta Mu Delta members.
McCullick said, ”I am really going to encourage students to make increased efforts to apply for the available Delta Mu Delta scholarships. We are extremely proud of our past students who have earned these grants in a highly competitive national environment and we are looking forward to earning more this year.”