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Epsilon Theta does it again!

April 6, 2016 - 12:00am
UNIBusiness Editor
Large group picture of the UNI chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon at the conference in Milwaukee

Congratulations to the UNI chapter (Epsilon Theta) of Pi Sigma Epsilon! Pi Sigma Epsilon is a marketing and sales organization that helps students understand the role of marketing through various projects completed throughout the year. Epsilon Theta has members that span several majors that are both in and out of UNIBusiness. The students just returned from a conference in Milwaukee, WI and were recognized for the following awards:

Epsilon Theta won the following chapter awards:

-1st Place: Top Marketing Research Project

-1st Place: BOSS Games (Semester long marketing simulation competition)

-2nd Place: Top Marketing/Sales Project (Not for Profit)

-Sustained Excellence Award (Qualify for Lewis F. Gordon top Gold Chapter three years in a row)


Epsilon Theta was also a finalist in the following chapter categories:

-Top Management Team

-Top Marketing and Sales Project (for chapter profit)

-Top Professional Development Campaign

-Lewis F. Gordon Top Gold Chapter


Individual students were recognized in the following categories:

-Cayle Boatman: Winner of the President's Award for Special Merit

-Phil Musson: 1st Place for Top Alumni Advisor

-Jack Ave: 2nd place in Extemporaneous Speaking Competition

-Molly Norman: Finalist for Top Salesperson

-Meghan Jansen: Finalist for Top Project Manager

-Martin Hansen: Finalist for Top Faculty Advisor


Individual students won the following scholarships:

-Lauren Crawley: Level3 Scholarship

-Courtney Clark: GEICO Scholarship

-Avary Bradford: Tom James Scholarship

UNIBusiness thanks the those who donate to the Dean's Fund for Excellence. Funds raised help pay for student organization competitions, global experiences and professional credential education.


Originally published by Matthew Bunker, Marketing Department Head


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