South University, High Point recently inducted new members into the Delta Mu Delta Honor Society in Business.
In order to become a member of Delta Mu Delta, students must have completed at least half of the work for their degree with an average cumulative grade of at least 3.50, and be ranked in the top 20 percent of their class.
Six students and two honorary members were inducted. The students are:
Tonya Baker, Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management student
Delia Blanco-Calderon, Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management student
Ayesha Iqbal, Bachelor of Business Administration student
Niekeya Lattimore, Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration student
Tanya Matthews, Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration student
The honorary members inducted into the society are faculty members Dr. Ronald Bruffey and Monica Lewis.
The faculty advisors for the chapter are Dr. Kymm Watson and Program Director for Health Care Management, Dr. P. Devonn Goolsby.
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