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Congrats to Mary O'Brien '20

September 10, 2019

Senior Mary O'Brien was honored as the recipient of the Vaughn Award for the most community services hours earned by a member of the chapter last year.

Jessica Sacchetti '00 2019 Honorary Member Inductee

September 10, 2019

Jessica Sacchetti '00 was inducted into the Chapter at our Annual Fall Induction Ceremony this week.  A graduate of Stonehill in 2000, Ms. Sacchetti began her career at a division of Deloitte & Touche and later moved on to Thomson Reuters as a Senior Consultant authoring course and curriculum training in audit staff training courses.  She received her MS in Taxation from Bentley University in 2012 and in 2013-14 was an Adjunct Professor in Accounting at Stonehill.  Today she is an Executive Vice President for 20-20 Services LLC, and overseas product development for its instructional coursework.

Chapter Wins Second Place In National Competition

August 9, 2019

The Mu Omega chapter was honored with a second place finish in the EY Inclusion Leadership Award at this year BAP Annual Meeting in Chicago.  The award comes to the Beta Alpha Psi chapters that had the most impactful event on the educational merits of Inclusive Leadership.   First place went to The University of Sidney.  So as Professor Yen likes to think about it, "We were the best in the U.S.A.!

Janine Murray Receives Vaghn Award

September 13, 2018

Senior Janine Murray was honored at the Fall 2108 Induction Ceremony as the recipient of the Vaughn Award for Community Service.

Alum Michael Craffey '83 Inducted As Honorary Member

September 13, 2018

At our 2018 Annual Fall Induction Ceremony, the chapter honored Mr. Michael Craffey '83 CPA  with an Honorary Membership into the Mu Omega chapter.  Michael has been a financial advisor and tax accountant and managing director of his own firm for more than 30 years. 

Peck Awarded "Project Run With It" Honor

September 2017

Ryan Peck did something that no student in the chapter was will to do until this past spring.  That was to apply for participation in the annual meeting's Project Run With It" (PRWI) event.  PRWI 2017  involved 72 BAP student representatives working together during the annual meeting to develop solutions to real-life business problems of actual not-for-profit (NFP) organizations located in the Orange County, California. Working in eighteen teams of four, the students had the equivalent of one and half working days to develop a formal presentation showcasing their solution to the business issues presented by the NFPs in their request for proposal for consulting services.  While Ryan's team did not win, according to Ryan, it was a wonderful experience that I would recommend to all and any candidate to apply for this spring.

Phanor Wins Vaughn Community Service Award

September

Senior Donovan Phanor (center) was awarded the Vaughn Service Award by senior Joe Conti (l) and alum Kayla McNulty (r) at the 2017 Fall Induction Ceremony.  The Vaughn Community Service Award is given to the student with the most community service hours in during the prior academic year.  The award is named after retired business law professor Edward S. Vaughn, Jr.

Colleen Simms Honored at Fall Induction Ceremony

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PwC audit partner, Colleen Simms was inducted as an Honorary Member of the chapter at this year's Fall Induction Ceremony.  A 2000 graduate of Stonehill in Political Science, Colleen decided late to study accounting and completed an intensive course of study full time during that post-graduate summer before moving on to PwC.  She build a sector leading audit practice in Minneapolis, promoted to Partner and now splits her time between Minneapolis and Boston.  Collen's participation in our Inclusion Competition project was a reason for its success and national recognition.

Fall Induction Ceremony Welcomes Back BAP Officers

September 2017

Our annual fall Induction Ceremony took place once again and we inducted 10 students as members and recognized 21 students as new candidates for the academic year.  Joining us for the evening was former president Michael Abrahamian, Kimberly Purisky and Kayla McNulty.

"Meet & Greet" Welcomes Back Alums Victoria Mello and Megan McDonald

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At this year's "Meet & Greet", the chapter was pleased to have rejoin us alums, Victoria Mello and Megan McDonald.  Both Victoria and Megan have passed the CPA exams and well into the start of their careers at PwC.  The chapter also welcomed one of its largest candidate classes with 21 members of the junior class.

Mu Omega Wins Gold Chapter And Other Awards At Annual Meeting

August 2017

Stonehill College's Mu Omega chapter was recognized as one of the top 10 chapters in Beta Alpha Psi this year, winning Gold Chapter honors, a first in the chapter's short history.  At the meeting in Anaheim, CA were chapter president Ryan Peck, treasurer Joe Conti and candidates Kara Sullivan and Janine Murray.  In addition, the chapter received the E&Y Inclusion Award and the Grant Thornton Ethic's Award.

Officers Elected For 2017-18 Year

May 2017

Elections were held once again during the last week of classes.  Graduating members elected Ryan Peck as the new chapter president, Joe Conti as treasurer and Stephanie Ricci as reporter.  With just 10 potential members this coming year, Ryan is already working on the details of the rest of the officer roles and expects to have a great team next year.

Chapter Sponsors Inclusion Event, "Settle For More - What Matters Most When Choosing An Employer"

March 2017

Led by senior Alexandra Esposito and assisted by junior, Nathan Marcoulier, the Mu Omega chapter sponsored a seminar on employment issues and considerations entitled, "Settle For More - What Matters Most When Choosing An Employer".  Our special thanks go out to four alums that joined the panel to speak on issues that should matter to both men and women as it relates to employee advancement and family/personal considerations.  Joining us were Dan Farley of SSGA, Kate Ferrara and Lauren Jackson of Deloitte, and Colleen Simms of PwC.  Turnout was outstanding and greatly exceeded our expectations.  A lot was learned by all.

Chapter Sponsors Ethics Event "The Path To The Good Life"

March 2017

Mu Omega sponsored and produced a campus-wide ethics symposium entitled, "The Path To The Good Life".  The program explored a series of ethical issues from the viewpoint of a number of different academic departments on compass including business, philosophy, political science and sociology.  The program was led by seniors Kayla McNulty and Kimberly Purisky.

Mu Omega Takes Third In Pittsburgh Regional Best Practices

March 2017

Mu Omega competed in one of the three Best Practice competitions at the Regional Meeting in Pittsburgh.  First and second place went to Conference sponsors Pace and VCU.  Representing the chapter were Donavan Phanor, Alexandra Esposito and Ryan Peck.  Also attending the conference was senior BAP member Summer Cast. Congratulations to the team.

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November 2016

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Mu Omega Welcomes Honorary Member Kate Ferrara

September 2016

At the fall 2016 Induction Ceremony, the chapter inducted Stonehill alumnae and guest speaker Kate Ferrara of Deloitte & Touche as an Honorary Member.  Kate is a principal in the firms consulting business.  Pictured with Kate is Business Department Head Debra Salvucci and chapter president, Michael Abrahamian.

Fall Induction Ceremony 2016

September 2016

Our fall 2016 Induction Ceremony welcomed into the chapter 12 new members and 13 candidates.  The Ceremony was held in the elegant dining facility in Donahue Hall.  Thanks to the alumni who joined and participated in the event.

Mu Omega Kicks Off 2016-17 With Its "Meet & Greet"

September 2016

Members and new candidates joined together to get to know each other, discuss the chapter ins and outs and make plans for the upcoming year.  Joining us to discuss the impact that BAP had on him as a student and the importance now as a professional is former BAP President Adam Marcoulier '15.

New Officers Appointed for 2016-17

May 2016

The chapter is pleased to announce the election of its new officers for the upcoming academic year.  Leading the chapter as president next year will be Michael Abrahamian.  His key officers include Olivia Binfield - Reporter, Nate Proto - Treasurer, Summer Cast, VP - Professional Activities, Laurie Semetsis, VP - Community Service, Kim Purisky, VP - Alumni and Danta Fanning, VP Competitive Engagements.

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March 2016

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Students Take Second Place in Two Regional Competitions

March 2016

Hats off to the members of the Mu Omega chapter that competed in two Best Practices Competitions this March at the Atlantic Coast Regional meeting.  Pictured are Kenneth Gillpatrick ’16, Whitney Wemett ’16, Alexandra Esposito ’17, Anthony Cavazza ’16, Kayla McNulty ’17, and Christopher McNamara ’16.  Each team took second place in their respective competitions.

Mu Omega Visits D.C. As Part Of Regional Meeting

March 2016

Members of the Mu Omega chapter attending this year’s regional meeting in Baltimore took the opportunity to visit Washington D.C.  Pictured are Whitney Wemett ’16, Christopher McNamara ’16, Anthony Cavazza ’16, Kenneth Gillpatrick ’16, Kayla McNulty ’17, and Alexandra Esposito ’17 and David Simas '92, assistant to the President and director of the Office of Political Strategy and Outreach.  Thank you David for a very memorable experience!

Congratulations To Iona College's New BAP Chapter

Mar 2016

Congratulations to Iona College's Nu Omicron chapter for its formal induction this year into BAP.   We had the distinct opportunity to mentor its petitioning chapter over the past year and happy in whatever small contribution that we made toward its success.  Pictured are members from the Mu Omega chapter and Nu Omicron chapter together at this year's regional meeting in Baltimore.

Corinthian Column Vol 5 Issue 1

December 2015

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Anthony Cavazza Receives Vaughn Community Service Honor

September 2015

The Mu Omega Chapter extends its congratulations to senior Anthony Cavazza in receiving the 2015 Edward S. Vaughn Jr. Community Service Award at our Fall Induction Ceremony.  The award is given each year to a member or candidate with the most community service hours. 

New Officers Take The Reigns For 2015-16

September 2015

Looking to build on the success of previous administrations, Mu Omega welcomes its new leadership for the upcoming academic year.  Returning officers Victoria Mello and Hannah Poist will serve as President and Vice President of Community Service.  New to the executive team this year is Megan McDonald as VP of Treasury, James Murphy as VP Reporter, Kathryn Merrill as VP of Professional Activities and Whitney Wemett as VP of Alumni Relations.

Professor Mullen Receives Faculty of The Year Honor

August 2015

Congratulations to our faculty advisor, Professor Michael Mullen CFA, CAIA for receiving the 2015 Outstanding Faculty Advisor award at this year’s Annual BAP Meeting in Milwaukee.  The honor goes to faculty advisors recognized for their outstanding contributions to Beta Alpha Psi and their chapter.  Professor Mullen was a major factor in the establishment of our Mu Omega chapter and has been committed to student learning and achievement since.

Stonehill Competes At BAP Annual

August 2015

Will Husic, Kate Morneault and Will Brosnan represented the chapter at the 2105 Annual Meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this August competing in one the three Best Practices competitions.  Competition was stiff and disappointingly, we did not win. Nonetheless, it was a great professional experience.  Just to show that attending the Annual Meeting is not all business, the three are pictured here enjoying an outing one evening at a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game.

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April 2015

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Mu Omega Teams Make Us Proud In Best Practices

March, 2015

Six members of our Mu Omega chapter - Victoria Mello, Megan McDonald, Michaella Peoples, Whitney Wemett, Michaella Farrell and Katie Morneault - traveled to Washington DC this past weekend to attend the Beta Alpha Psi regional meeting to compete in the "Best Practices" competition sponsored by the professional services firm Deloitte.  The competition included some of the most highly regarded AACSB colleges and universities from the Northeast region of the U.S.  The students presented in two of the three competitions - Financial Literacy and International Impact - outlining several projects that contributed to the education and professional development of students here on campus this academic year.  The team of Farrell, Morneault and Wemett took First Place in a field of 5 universities in the International Impact competition and will go on to the National Competition in Milwaukee, WI this August.  McDonald, Mello and Peoples took Third Place in a field of 11 universities doing an equally outstanding job.
 
The International Impact presentation focused on a year-round project that sought to encourage and prepare accounting majors for Study Abroad opportunities.  This year, more than half of our Beta Alpha Psi candidates (juniors) are studying around the world.  To enable them to share their experiences and keep in contact with Stonehill, the students set up a Tumblr blog that could be easily viewed on the chapter's website, stonehillbap.org, under the tab "Thoughts From Abroad".  They also held a number of meetings providing insights and opportunities to consider while abroad and look to enhance the project for next year following a debriefing session for all next September.
 
The Financial Literacy presentation focused on sharing with other Beta Alpha Psi chapters how to run an interactive seminar on teaching seniors the key aspects of personal finance and the challenges they may face in the months and years following graduation.  The seminar entitled "Lets Talk Money" attracted over 80 students on a Saturday afternoon last February and included a panel of experts in wealth management, tax, insurance, banking and fraud.

BAP CoSponsors "Personal Finance Seminar"

February 28, 2015

Mu Omega, with cooperation and participation by the Accounting Association, the FMA and MMA help its first "Personal Finance Seminar on Sarurday afternoon.  Over 70 students turned out for what was a very informative 2-hour panel session with experts in the field led by Victoria Mello and fellow student panelists - Will Husic, Michael Hogan and Megan McDonald.  The chapter was honored to have in attendance experts in the field of personal finance that included Bill Husic (Insurance), James Scanlan (Wealth Management), Glen Ilacqua (Tax), Beth Santella (Banking) and Michael McCall (Security and Fraud).  Thank you to all for a very succesful seminar.

Mu Omega Completes Video For College Website

January 2015

With a grant from PwC and assistance from the wonderful folks in the Stonehill College Tech Center, our chapter produced a video to promote the accounting program at Stonehill.  Posted on the College website in Academics - Accounting, the video production was led by Hannah Poist and Kayla Hanish.  Both students were featured in the video as was chapter president Adam Marcoulier.  Please go to the College website to take a look at the 2 minute production: http://www.stonehill.edu/academics/areas-of-study/business-administration/accounting-major/ .

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December 2014

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T2 Biosystems CEO Inducted As Honorary Member

September 22, 2014

The Mu Omega chapter was pleased to induct John McDonough, a 1981 graduate of Stonehill College and currently CEO of the medical diagnostics company T2 Biosystems. Mr. McDonough has been a strong supporter of Stonehill and its accounting program over the years.  The members of the Mu Omega chapter were thrilled to use this opportunity to say thank you for that support.

Fall Induction Ceremony

September 22, 2014

The Annual Fall Induction Ceremony was held in this year in Roche Commons.  Eleven students were inducted as members and 17 new candidates were recognized.  Members and candidates total 32 this year for the chapter with motivation and excitement equally high for 2014-15.

Mu Omega Awarded Superior Chapter For First Time

August, 2014

Commitment, determination and motivation are a few of the key words that best describe the efforts of the Mu Omega chapter last year.  Committed to winning the Superior Chapter Award this year, the leadership layed out a plan and agenda for all in early fall.  Determined to put our best foot forward, all members and candidates were frequently made aware of our goal status throughout the academic year.  And as a relatively new chapter, we were motivated to show the other 306 BAP chapters that we were committed to the ideals of the organization and the we belonged.  In attendance at the annual meeting this past August in Atlanta were seniors Adam Marcoulier and Matt DiRosario and juniors Hannah Poist and Victoria Mello.

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April 2014

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Ethics March Madness Takes Campus

March 7, 2014

In what turned out to be a fun and educational event for students and faculty alike, the Mu Omega chapter sponsored its first "Ethics March Madness" competition.  48 students composed the 16 teams that kicked off the event a few weeks back and finished this evening with the "Final Four" and "Championship" matches.  Coming out on top was the "Three Amigos" led by seniors Ryan Blicker, Tom Savageau and Tom Crane.  The Three Amigos out did there competition by bettering their fellow students in knowledge of ethics and ethical situtations.  The competition was designed to raise awareness among both contestants and audience observers of the ethical challenges they may see in their daily lives.  Our sincerest congratulations to the "Three Amigos"!

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November 25, 2013

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Knoph and Simoes Receive Vaughn Community Service Award

September 11. 2013

In a decision too close to call with community service hours that outpaced the rest of the chapter, Christina Simoes and Kymberly Knoph became the first recipients of Edward S. Vaughn Jr. Community Service Award.  The annual award is presented to the student with the most BAP related community service hours in an academic year.  Christina and Kym's leadership and commitment in the E&Y Diversity Award Competition made the all the difference in being recognized for this important acheivement.  Congratulations Christina and Kymberly!  In addition to the glass awards to commemorate the honor, Christina and Kym will be awarded the opportunity to share the $300 in prize money with the local charity of their choice.  Members voted last year with the establishment of the award that the winners would give the money away rather than keep it for themselves.

Chapter Welcomes Two New Honorary Members

September 11, 2013

With introductions made by Professor Anderson of the Accounting Department and the induction oath led by Chapter President Kym Knoph, the chapter was proud to welcome 2 new honorary members, Frank Ardito '80 and Tim Barry '88.   Mr. Ardito is a CPA and member of the management team of G.T. Reilly & Company.  Mr. Barry is also a CPA and a principle in the tax department of Blum Shapiro.  Both men and their firms have been strong supporters of our chapter and the College.  Both have also been outstanding professonals in their field and very active in community service, thus sharing and living the ideals of Beta Alpha Psi.  We are thrilled to have them as members of the Mu Omega Chapter.

Students, Faculty And Honored Guests Celebrate Excellence At Fall Induction Ceremony

September 11, 2013

The 2013 Fall Induction Ceremony included 7 new members, 17 new candidates and 2 honorees this year.  Joining the membership ranks were Kristin Chuba, Erin Hollander, Nicole Kennedy, Kymberly Knoph, Joseph Santoro, Eileen Segreve and Christine Simoes.  In addition, the chapter welcomed two honorary members, Frank Ardito '80 and Timothy Barry '88. Members and Candidates joined faculty, administration and alumni for dinner and the evening's formal activities in Donahue Hall.

Congratulations To Mu Omega Alum, Paige Frost, For National Tennis Honor

August 30, 2013

Recent Stonehill College and BAP Mu Omega chapter alum, Paige Frost, was honored by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) this August during a luncheon held in conjunction with the Arthur Ashe Kids' Day prior to the start of the 2013 U.S. Open.  As a former member of the Stonehill women's tennis team, Frost received her NCAA Division II Arthur Ashe, Jr., Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship from former New York City Mayor David Dinkins.  Frost, who collected both the National and East Regional Ashe Awards, completed a remarkable four year career for the Stonehill women's tennis team in which she compiled a career combined record of 127-32 (.799) in singles and doubles play, earning six All-Northeast-10 Conference honors and leading the Skyhawks to the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament Championship this spring. The Arthur Ashe Award dates back to 1982 and recognizes outstanding individuals in all divisions at the regional and national level for NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and JuCo men's and women's players who have exhibited outstanding sportsmanship and leadership as well as scholastic, extracurricular and tennis achievements.

Stonehill Wins 2013 E&Y Diversity Competition

August 10, 2013

The Mu Omega Chapter at Stonehill was honored at the 2013 BAP Annual Meeting as winners of the 2013 E&Y Diversity Award.  On hand to accept the award was Kym Knoph and Christina Simoes.  Earlier in the spring the students designed and implemented a business case competition for high school students, "Team Yankees vs. Team Red Sox". Competing were students from two diverse high schools, one in the New York area and one in the Boston area, to stir interest in the accounting and finance professions as well as Stonehill College.  This was our first participation in a BAP national competition as an official chapter of Beta Alpha Psi.  Congratulations to all the students that particpated.  Special thanks to Liza A. Talusan, Director of Office of Intercultural Affairs and Luke Newman, manager in our IT Services Department.

BAP Annual Meeting Kicks Off With Community Service

August 8, 2013

Students and faculty of the Mu Omega Chapter attending this year's annual meeting in Anaheim, CA started the 3 day event with participation in the Beta Alpha Psi International Day of Literacy, a one-day effort to support early literacy sponsored by KPMG LLP and the KPMG Foundation.  Kym Knoph, Christina Simoes and Prof. Mullen joined over 1,000 annual meeting participants in a four-hour event to take 3,500+ elementary school students on a reading and learning exploration trip around the "globe".  In addition, Prof. Cortijo led an effort at Stonehill to gather student supplies and raised $100 from faculty at the business department as a gift toward the purchase of additional supplies as needed by the organization.

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April 21, 2013

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Induction Ceremony A Great Success

January 25, 2013

A special thanks to Blane Ruschak, BAP President and our chapter advisor Molly Brown for helping make the Mu Omega induction ceremony a wonderful experience for all.  We also want to thank Father Mark for taking the time out of his busy schedule to join students, faculty, family and friends for a great evening.

New Members To Be Inducted

January 5, 2013

We are pleased to announce three new founding members to our chapter:

- Michael Deneault

- Paige Frost

- Laura Pulcini

Congratulations!

Michael, Paige and Laura will be honored in March at our annual senior awards.

Vaughn Community Service Award Announced

December 15, 2012

We are thrilled to share that our petitioning chapter will be officially inducted into Beta Alpha Psi on January 24, 2013.  We will be honored as the 297th chapter of Beta Alpha Psi and will be recognized as the Mu Omega Chapter.  In addition, the chapter will use the opportunity to honor Professor Vaughn for his commitment to the students of Stonehill these past 32 years.  Professor Vaughn plans to retire this May.  Alumni in the accounting field interested in attending the event on campus are welcome to join us.  RSVP chapter advisor Prof Mullen at mmullen1@stonehill.edu.

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November 15, 2012

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We Are Mu Omega!!!

November 5, 2012

We are thrilled to share with everyone that our petitioning chapter will be officially inducted into Beta Alpha Psi on January 24, 2013.  We will be honored as the 297th chapter of Beta Alpha Psi and will be recognized as the Mu Omega Chapter.  Alumni in the accounting field interested in attending the event on campus are welcome to join us.  RSVP chapter advisor Prof Mullen at mmullen1@stonehill.edu.

New Members Inducted

September 12, 2012

The chapter was pleased to conduct its first induction ceremony for the 2012-13 academic year honoring 16 new members.  Our chapter also granted honorary membership to our outstanding accounting faculty: Debra Salvucci, J. Richard Anderson, John Schatzel, and Glen Ilacqua.  Virginia Cortijo PhD was inducted last year.  In addition, we extended honorary memberships to two outstanding alumni for their significant contributions to our efforts as a petitioning chapter:  Jay Mattie, CPA of PwC and Daniel DeVasto, CPA of Wolf and Co.  Our special thanks to the faculty and alumni for your commitment to BAP and Stonehill College.

Project Homeless Participation

August 1, 2012

Stonehill faculty and students participated in Project Homeless Connect in Baltimore, an all day community service event sponsored by Beta Alpha Psi and the United Way that provided assistance and services to the homeless of Baltimore. 

Executive Officers for 2012-13 Chosen

May 1, 2012

Executive Officers for the 2012-13 academic year were elected by the graduating members of the Chapter.  Congratulations to Samantha Lindquist (President), Ashley Moquin (Vice President), Stephen Hugel (Treasurer), and Jacquelyn Mills-Tuffy (Reporter).

Corinthian Column Vol 1 Issue 1

February 7, 2012

The first edition of the new newsletter for our chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was launched today.  Keeping with the traditions of Stonehill, the membership thought it fitting to name it the Corinthian Column to reflect the architectural elements found on our beautiful campus.

Beta Alpha Pie Night

February 7, 2012

Our first annual "Beta Alpha Pie Night " sponsored by our alumni at PwC turned out to be a fun and educational evening for all in attendance.  Special thanks extended to our guest speaker Jay Mattie of PwC, colleague Leslie MacKenzie and the alums from PwC that were kind enough to share what little free time they have this time of year.  And by the way, the pies and desserts were fantastic!

Second Induction Ceremony To Be Held In March

January 30, 2012

Our chapter is proud to announce the addition of four new members this semester:

- Dana Britton

- Michael Lynch

- Aubrey Peruccio

- Daniel Steliga

These students will be officially inducted into our chapter on March 27 in Donahue Hall.

Stonehill College Earns AACSB Accreditation

December 15, 2011

Stonehill College announces that  our business program received AACSB accreditation.  Chapter Members and Candidates congratulate our faculty, administration and alumni for all their efforts in this important achievement.  Stonehill College is one of less than 50 undergraduate-only programs worldwide that have received this distinction.  This accomplishment is a critical step toward earning our Beta Alpha Psi Greek letters.

November 15, 2011

Our chapter is pleased to announce a series of community service initiatives to help candidates and members meet the service requirements of Beta Alpha Psi.  Those initiatives include the creation of an Accounting Lab to assist students in need of tutoring and the partnering with My Brother's Keeper, a nonprofit focused on the deliver of furniture and food to those in need. 

September 19, 2011

Our Annual Accounting/Finance Career Networking Night proved to be a big success with a terrific turnout of both students and employers looking for interns and post grads.

September 15, 2011

This evening marked the induction of our first group of students as Members and Candidates into our Petitioning Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi.  The Initiation Ceremony was held in Donahue Hall and included 18 seniors inducted as Members and 24 juniors recognized as Pledging Candidates.  Congratulations to all and we look forward to a great first year!

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