Edwin Brkic is this year’s recipient of the Connie Krug Award for the College of Business.
The College of Business was pleased to have one of its RSOs recognized as Small Student Organization of the Year and a staff member recognized as Registered Student Organization Advisor of the Year.
Since 2013, new freshmen and new transfer students have been nominated by Illinois State faculty, staff, and students for an Impact Award.
Lauren Herrig is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society and volunteers with ISU’s Big Brothers Big Sisters organization. Additionally, she holds leadership roles as the Vice President of Communications for the American Marketing Association and the secretary for the Student Leadership Advisory Board. She also serves as a Professional Sales Institute Ambassador.
On Sunday, April 3, 2022, Illinois State University’s Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma inducted 22 students into the society.
Over the past four years, The Onyx Connect has flourished into a prominent registered student organization (RSO), growing from a staff of two to more than 20 reporters, photographers, graphic designers, and marketers.
Each year the College of Business inducts a select group of highly accomplished graduates into its Alumni Hall of Fame and Service Hall of Fame in recognition of their significant career accomplishments, outstanding service to others, and their long-standing dedication to the college and its mission. From senior-level executives at top corporations to highly successful
Dr. Terry Noel, College of Business associate dean, was awarded the Quality Leadership Award by Quality Leadership University (QLU) Panama, at their recent Commencement ceremony “For his consistent leadership in developing educational opportunities to strengthen excellent relations between Illinois State University and QLU, which resulted in improving the quality of higher education in Panama, benefiting students from Panama, Latin America, and the world.”
As part of the professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi, Illinois State University sophomore Zach Kriegler sometimes is tasked with meeting prospective members. Lately, Kriegler’s favorite spot for these information sessions is the State Farm Hall of Business’s new collaboration space. The tech-friendly addition to the College sits just off the lower-level atrium.
Trejuan Hicks ’21 has learned to be resilient.