Canisius Inducts 13 into Beta Gamma Sigma
Buffalo, NY – The Richard J. Wehle School of Business inducted 13 students into the Canisius College Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma. The international honor society serves business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Membership in the honor society is the highest recognition a business student can receive in a business program that is an AACSB International accredited school. Those students invited to become members must rank in the top 10 percent of their respective baccalaureate business program or in the top 20 percent of their graduate business program.
Canisius College inducted the following students into Beta Gamma Sigma this spring:
- Eleanor Tucker ’22, an international business and management major;
- Jason Donner ’22, a finance and economics major;
- Brianna Horn ’22, an accounting and accounting information systems major;
- Matthew Johnson ’22, a finance and economics major;
- Meghan Swiatek ’22, an accounting and accounting information systems major;
- Antonina Albertina ’20, MBA ’21
- Vincent Graber ’11, MBA ’21
- Steve Leising ’01, MBA ’21
- Rachelle Matthys MBA ’21
- Daniel Meyer MBA ’21
- Sachin Bhargava MBA ’21
- Lauryn Saldana ’20, MBA ’21
William Scherer MS ’20 received an honorary induction into the Canisius Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma. He is an equity research analyst at Renaissance Capital LLC.
The 13 new Canisius inductees join an expanding worldwide network of more than 875,000 young business professionals who have earned lifetime memberships in Beta Gamma Sigma.
One of 27 Jesuit universities in the nation, Canisius is the premier private university in Western New York. Canisius prepares leaders – intelligent, caring, faithful individuals – able to pursue and promote excellence in their professions, their communities and their service to humanity.