May 23, 2012
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business accepted twenty-eight
candidates into Sigma Iota Epsilon, a national honorary and
professional management fraternity, during its Twentieth Annual
Induction Ceremony held on the Queens Campus on Wednesday, April
Dean Victoria Shoaf and Dr. John Angelidis, management department
chair, presented each student with a certificate of membership. In
receiving the award and key, each student professed his or her
belief in the values and goals of the fraternity. Student inductees
were: Joseph Antonakos, Shana Barnes, Jesse Brasco, Jonathan
Calliste, Wallace Chan, Edward Colea, Larry Crawford, Alejandro
Felix Rojas Lopez De Aragon, Debbie Erickson, Steven Fisher, Joe
Gilani, Asia Jolicoeur, Marcin Kaczmarski, Lauren LoPrimo, Elisa
Martellaccio, Mark McDonald, Alexander Mikrut, Eun Gee Min, Xavier
Mogollon, Nicole Musco, Matthew Parry, Lindsay Steen,
Frank Tantone, Giancarlo Villanella, May Wang, Scott Weiss,
Tiffany Wong, and Zhongya Zhang.
Sigma Iota Epsilon, founded in 1927, recognizes scholastic
excellence and promotes cooperation between academic and practical
aspects of management. Membership is extended to students who hold
high academic standing and have demonstrated an interest in
management or management-related areas. A cumulative GPA of 3.25 or
higher is required.
About The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business has provided a high-quality
business education for over eighty years, offering individuals from
throughout the world the opportunity to study in New York’s dynamic
business environment. The innovative curriculum emphasizes an
analytic and hands-on understanding of business practice that
prepares graduates to excel in today’s global marketplace.
For more information about this or other programs at the Peter J.
Tobin College of Business, please contact Asia Hauter at (718)
990-6218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.