The start of the new academic year brought an impressive honor for three students at William Woods University (WWU) in the University’s School of Business and Technology.
Hannah Meyer ’23 (Queensland, Australia), Tara Rogers ’24 (Harvest, Ala.) and Kassidy Phillips ’23 (Villa Ridge, Mo.) have been awarded scholarships by Delta Mu Delta, an international honor society for business. The scholarships, in the amounts of $2,500, $2,000 and $500 respectively, are to be used by the students to help offset a portion of their educational expenses. All three recipients are members of the Pi Theta Chapter of Delta Mu Delta at WWU.
“I thank Delta Mu Delta for recognizing the talent of our students – it is not a small feat,” said Dr. Miriam O’Callaghan, Chair of Undergraduate Business Programs at WWU. “The participants were judged based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, service to the institution and community, and character. WWU School of Business and Technology students participate in various regional and national competitions, and once again, they have proven their potential.”
At the WWU School of Business and Technology, students can choose from a variety of bachelor’s degrees, including Accounting, Cybersecurity, Management Information Systems (MIS), Business Administration and Management and Leadership, while pursuing a concentration in a variety of areas, including Advertising/Marketing, Accounting, Economics/Finance, Leadership, MIS, and Management. For more on the WWU School of Business and Technology, please visit: