For nine out of the last 14 years, Miami University’s Gamma Gamma chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon in the Farmer School of Business has been named the top chapter in the nation. This year they continued their winning streak, once again earning the Lewis F. Gordon Top Gold Chapter Award at the 2012 PSE National Convention. Miami’s team competed alongside 70 chapters from across the nation. The award recognizes the high quality of the chapter’s projects and leadership operations.
“The exceptional accomplishments of our PSE chapter continue to lead the nation with distinction and honor,” said Farmer School Dean Roger L. Jenkins, the Mitchell P. Rales Chair in Business Leadership. “Its members truly demonstrate the highest level of achievement and leadership and I sincerely salute their excellence.”
The PSE group earned an array of awards in addition to the Lewis F. Gordon Top Gold Chapter Award:
Faculty advisor Dr. Don Norris spoke of the chapter’s continued success, noting that this is the 14th consecutive year Gamma Gamma was a Top Chapter finalist. “This is the ninth win for the chapter but it has been three years since we last returned the trophy, “Lew”, to Oxford.”
President Maggie Byrne, also commended the chapter’s efforts at the convention. “The chapter’s hard work throughout the year really set us apart from the competition. I cannot be more proud of our members at the National Convention and I’m excited to see how the chapter continues to develop and excel in the future.”
Learn more about Miami’s PSE Chapter.
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