Students from Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business won more than a dozen awards, including seven first-place awards, at the N.C. Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference in Charlotte April 11-14. Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization that facilitates the development of business and leadership skills in undergraduate students.
At the conference the students networked with peers from a variety of colleges and universities, were encouraged and informed by several speakers, and selected the next set of student leaders for the organization.
They also had the chance to square off against other students in a number of competitive events. The Campbell team came back with one fifth-place award, one fourth-place award, and one third-place win, along with three second-place awards and seven first-place awards.
Seven students earned the right to compete on a national level at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif., this summer.
Congratulations go out to Andrew Ryan Hall (second place in Public Speaking); Brandon Hudson (first place in Justice Administration and Project Management); Nicholas Hudson (fifth place in Sports Management and Marketing); Matthew Inman (first place in Financial Concepts); Alyssa Mock (first place in Retail Management and third place in Statistical Analysis); Nolan Perry (second place in Business Law); Alysia Randolph (fourth place in Macroeconomics); and Andrew Strobo (second place in Microeconomics).
Congratulations also to the team of Kelsey Eldredge, Matthew Inman and Joshua Turner — who took first place in the Financial Analysis and Decision Making team event.
— Submitted by Edward I. Fubara, director of the MBA Program and associate professor in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
Top photo: Left to right, students Brandon Hudson, Andrew Strobo, Alysia Randolph and Nicholas Hudson.
Bottom photo: Associate Professor Edward Fubara with B. Hudson, Strobo, Randolph and N. Hudson.