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Brown School of Business and Leadership

On Friday, December 7th, ten students and one faculty member from the Brown School of Business and Leadership were inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society; the international honor society for accounting, marketing and business administration. To qualify, members must rank in the upper 20% of their class and have completed half of their degree program. The inductees are: Patricia Gough, Brittany Miller, Jihye Kang, Amya Dumay, Austin Raines, Gina D'Andrea, Alexander Kapusta, Noah Connor, Danielle Panto, McKenna DeBandi and Dr. Charisse Werneke.

Sigma Beta Delta member Vaniah Hall was also recognized for being named the 2018 Sigma Beta Delta Fellowship Award recipient.



Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society Induction Ceremony  

On November 29 the Regional Manufacturing Institute (RMI) of Maryland named Brown School of Business and Leadership Dean Aris Melissaratos "Distinguished Grand Champion of Maryland Manufacturing" at RMI's annual Champions Gala at Martin's West in Baltimore.

The RMI website states "Melissaratos best exemplifies championing Maryland manufacturing. He has achieved significant results in every nomination category of the 2018 Champions of Maryland Manufacturing.  Melissaratos is a Romanian-born Greek- American engineer, industrialist, aerospace executive, investor, philanthropist, university administrator, author and former government official in Maryland. His 40 plus years of leadership roles represent a legacy of tremendous accomplishment that have benefited our State tremendously."

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Congratulations Dean Melissaratos!

On Tuesday November 13, Corey Polyoka partner and the director of operations for Foodshed LLC, came to speak to at Dr. Ora Freedman's Environmental Economics class (EC440). Mr. Polyoka is also the co-owner of Woodberry Kitchen restaurant, Artifact café, and is involved (via his company) with other developments in the Baltimore and DC areas. He is passionate about sustainable business, and talked to the students on how one can be successful in business and produce ethically and be environmentally conscientious.

Mr. Polyoka is also a member of Business Administration Advisory Board and is a Stevenson Alum (class of 2008).


On Thursday November 8th, the BSOBL courtroom was at full capacity to hear Dr. James Bond speak about the international development projects he was involved in and the trends and challenges facing our world.

Close to 100 students attended the event which was organized by Dr. Philip van Berten. After his talk, Dr. Bond fielded questions from students.

BSOBL Career Pathways - Dr. James Bond    
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