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Sigma Beta Delta

General Info

Sigma Beta Delta is the international honor society for students majoring in business, management and administration. The purpose of the society is to recognize scholarship and achievement among students to promote personal and professional growth. The principles of Sigma Beta Delta are represented by the three Greek words which form the name of the society. These principles are wisdom, honor, and meaningful aspirations.

How to Get Involved

Membership in the Sigma Beta Delta is the highest international honor a college or university can bestow on a student. To be eligible a student must rank in the upper 20 percent of the junior, senior, or master’s class as well as be invited by the faculty officers.

Benefits

Members receive lifetime recognition for achievement in academics and business. Sigma Beta Delta offers yearly fellowship awards to members who are continuing their academics in business. The Society’s newsletter, Aspirations, provides students and alumni with updates of the Society’s growth and development along with current business topics. Members will receive a member pin, a certificate, and honor cords to be worn with academic gowns at graduation.

Contact Faculty Officers

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Dr. Edwin Nyamwala

President of local Chapter
Office Phone: 706-292-3912
Email: enyamwala@shorter.edu.

Dr. Peter Jordan

Vice-President of local Chapter
Office Phone: 706-233-7210
Email: pjordan@shorter.edu


Enactus

General Info

Shorter University Enactus logoEnactus (formerly known as SIFE) is an international organization consisting of a “community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.“  In the United States more than 21,000 students in 535 colleges and universities are networking with business professionals to impact real human progress through the power entrepreneurial action.

The award winning Shorter University Enactus team is involved in our local community with projects sponsored by the Campbell’s Soup Company, Walmart, Sam’s and Lowes as well as local projects and events designed by the students.

Students in Enactus have the advantage of acquiring leadership experience prior to graduation with a recognizable international organization, as well as, a strong networking system with hundreds of corporate sponsors offering opportunities for employment upon graduation.

Enactus students out in the community

How to Get Involved

Enactus is open to all Shorter University students regardless of major. Contact Mrs. Nancy Mount for more information or to get involved.

Contact your Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellow

Mrs. Nancy Mount

Office Phone: (706) 233-7403
Email: nmount@shorter.edu
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Benefits

Enactus offers many opportunities to become involved not just in the community but in terms of job fairs, competitions, and national events. Students “gain a practical understanding of the free enterprise system of today.” Skills that can be developed include leadership, teamwork, and communication skills.

In addition to personal growth, many companies have entry-level positions that are specifically available to SIFE graduates. SIFE provides a large network for SIFE alumni to remain actively involved in the community even after graduation.