The Missouri State University chapter of Delta Sigma Pi(DSP) received the Regional Outstanding Professional Activities Award for the 2019-2020 year.
Winners were announced via virtual presentations in October. The presentations are posted on the DSP’s national website.
“The Kappa Omicron Chapter under the guidance of faculty advisor, Courtney Pham, has consistently been one of our most active and successful student organizations,” said Dr. David Meinert, dean of the College of Business. “This award not only recognizes recent accomplishments and members, but the legacy of earlier members who helped establish a tradition of excellence.”
About the award
The award is presented annually to a chapter that plans and implements the most effective and comprehensive program of professional development.
Winners are chosen based on the chapter that displays the highest quality of professional speakers and tours over the academic year.
“All of the credit for this award goes to our previous vice presidents of professional activities,” said Joseph Klohr, president of the Kappa Omicron chapter.
The previous vice presidents of professional activities, Andrew McLean and Mikayla Helm, scheduled several speakers for the chapter.
Student members learned from a variety of professionals including recording studio owners, local clothing retailers, investment bankers and more. Some local companies include New York Life Insurance, 417 Magazine and Revel Advertising.
About Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity dedicated to students pursuing careers in business.
The organization develops principled business leaders for the future by training their members in professional skills, leadership, ethics and service.