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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Business fraternity recognized as one of top
U.S. chapters

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BGSU's chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, the Professional Business Fraternity, captured two of the five possible national awards at its recent Leadership and Excellence Academics in Deltasigs conference. This high level of achievement makes the University chapter one of the top chapters in the nation. Not only did Delta Sigma Pi earn top national honors, it also received numerous regional and provincial awards.

The following lists the honors the BGSU chapter brought home:

National Awards:
Outstanding Collegiate Alumni Relations
Outstanding Financial Operations

Regional Awards:
Outstanding Professional Activities
Outstanding Collegiate Scholastic Development
Outstanding Collegiate Alumni Relations
Outstanding Financial Operations

Provincial Awards:
Outstanding Collegiate Alumni Relations
Outstanding Financial Operations
Outstanding Collegiate Scholastic Development

Over the past few years, Delta Sigma Pi has also been recognized as the top student organization at BGSU.

The College of Business Administration has much to celebrate. Besides this latest recognition, the college has the number-one sales team in the country; Beta Alpha Psi is number two in the country for earning consecutive "superiors"; the BGSU chapter of the American Marketing Association ranks in the top 4 percent in the world, and the student chapter of the Association for Operations Management is ranked among top 5 percent globally.


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Campus experiences
'Coke Happiness'

Adam Koons
A surprised Adam Koons receives a cupcake from the Coke Happiness machine.

We've all used vending machines. You put your money in and you get . . . a cupcake topped with a sparkler? That's what happened in the Falcon's Nest in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union today when students attempted to use a new Coke machine. Out came prizes ranging from T-shirts to food and liter bottles of Coke-delivered by a man hidden in the "machine."

It was part of a special "Coke Happiness" campaign the company is conducting around the country. BGSU was the only MidAmerican Conference school on the tour. You can see videos of the experience on YouTube.

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November 10, 2010