Wright State’s Beta Gamma Sigma receives national recognition as Highest Honors Chapter

Logan Rex, president of Wright State’s Beta Gamma Sigma society.

The Beta Gamma Sigma society in the Wright State University Raj Soin College of Business has been recognized as a Highest Honors Chapter in 2019–20 by the national academic honors society.

Only 21% of the chapters nationwide received the prestigious honor. The Wright State chapter was one of three of the 15 Ohio chapters to achieve the status.

Logan Rex, president of the Wright State chapter, said the national recognition is a testament to the student leaders who are committed to engaging business students and guidance from adviser Shu Schiller, associate dean and professor of information systems.

“Our organization is filled with members who are constantly striving to do great things academically and on campus,” Rex said. “I am very excited about this honor and hope to continue to lead our chapter to high honors.”

Rex, of Spencerville, is a junior accounting and finance major with concentrations in business analytics and financial services. He would like to pursue a career as a personal financial adviser, starting in an established office and then potentially opening his own advising business.

Beta Gamma Sigma is an international academic honor society with over 800,000 members selected from more than 612 collegiate chapters in business schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Beta Gamma Sigma’s mission is to encourage and honor academic achievement in business and to foster professional excellence.

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