The Beta Alpha Psi chapter at the Dhaliwal-Reidy School of Accountancy (DRSOA) in the Eller College of Management has been recently recognized internationally as a distinguished chapter.
“The Beta Omicron chapter has far exceeded the baseline requirements of Beta Alpha Psi and has excelled in the areas of academics, professionalism and leadership,” says Mark Myring, president of Beta Alpha Psi.
Beta Alpha Psi is the international honor society for accounting, finance and information systems students who are attending universities accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business or the European Quality Improvement System. There are more than 300 chapters on college or university campuses with more than 300,000 members initiated since the beginning of the honor society
“Student success is at the core of what we do at DRSOA,” says Shyam Sunder, director of the Dhaliwal-Reidy School of Accountancy and Lou Myers Professor of Accounting. “Accounting graduates at DRSOA have traditionally been highly successful not only because of their excellent academic experience but also because of their outside-of-classroom experiences. These experiences help our students assimilate the expectations of the profession and develop job-ready skills that recruiters value. I want to thank Alison Mackie, who is the faculty mentor and James Brushwood as well as former co-presidents Julia Spencer and Ngoc Nguyen for the great effort!”