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April 16, 2014
Members of Northwest Missouri State University’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter placed in seven categories April 12 at the 55th Annual State Leadership Conference in Columbia.
While all seven chapter members attended the conference, four members placed first or second individually and qualified to attend the National Leadership Conference June 24-27 in Nashville, Tenn.
Will Trout (senior management information systems major from Elkhorn, Neb.), Ben Throm (senior business management, marketing and management information systems major from Marysville, Kan.) and Brandon Baker (freshman nanoscience major from Koshkonong) placed first as a team in network design. Trout, Phi Beta Lambda’s president, also placed first in network concept, and Throm, vice president of membership, placed second in entrepreneurships concepts.
Rachel Kortkamp, (graduate student from Godfrey, Ill.) who serves as the chapter’s vice president of communications, took second place in job interviewing.
Shyle Floyd (junior business management and marketing major from Clive, Iowa), Langyu Wang (freshman accounting major from the People’s Republic of China) and Kyle Scott (sophomore computer science major from Maryville) also attended the state conference and participated in accounting, management, marketing and computer concept categories.
Phi Beta Lambda is a student academic organization that focuses on the development of business skills and networking in the workforce and the classroom. Lisa Bishop, instructor of marketing and management, is the chapter’s academic advisor.
Mark Hornickel, Media Relations Specialist
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