In the spring 2017 semester, overall student participation in Romain College activities was tracked at over 45%! Nearly half of business majors participated in at least one Romain College activity - attended a presentation, was a member of a club or a business case team, accepted induction into an honor society, just to name a few. Alongside the regular classroom curriculum, actively participating in student organizations and engagement opportunities promotes important learning and develops skills employers are looking for.
Five business students were recognized for being top participants:
Mariah Marcuson and Donald McGuire tied as top participant, followed by Matthew Gish, Caleb Grammer, and Cole Wendholt who tied for second spot.
Dean Mohammed Khayum presented each student with a certificate of achievement. When asked what motivated them to participate in numerous activities, most agreed that it is an opportunity to meet new people and develop professional skills.
Published September 7, 2017