Fifty-six OSB students inducted into the exclusive business honorary society Beta Gamma Sigma

​​In 2019, a total of 56 seniors, juniors, and graduate students were inducted into the business honorary society Beta Gamma Sigma Society (BGS). Students can be invited to become BGS members if they rank in the top 10% of their class during their senior or junior year or if they ranked in the top 20% of their class during their graduate studies.

The honor society serves all AACSB accredited business schools, honoring student academic achievement in the study of business and celebrates leadership and professional excellence.

The following students are the newest BGS members:​

​Juniors​​​​

​Seniors

​Graduates

Chedrawi Sarah
Chidiac Zeina
Shediac Sandra
Sobh Mona
Chahouri Jad
Al Sammak Najwa​​
Dimachkieh Nisrine
Halwani Sivine
Harb Sally
Daouk Dima
Hatem Kim
Hamou Khaled
Atris Nouhad
Bou Diab Rashad
El Gharib Maya
Sawaya Karim
Hakim Yasmina
Homsy John
Tabbara Yasmina
Ahmad Hiba
Hanna Checkralla
Al Hakeem Riwa
Ain Malak Sabine
Mansour Sana
Yammine Gaelle
Zghaibi Hala
Hassan Lana
Zeidan Mariana
Al Hakeem Ruba
Daouk Jawad
El Alam Alexia
Wehbi Savannah Nadine
Eid Tina

Rhayel Fatima

​Saadaoui Olfa
Ghazal Nadim
Choucair Charbel
Adada Dana
Tomb Diane Sophie
Saad Roy

Nour Eddine Hazem

​Chehaitly Karmah
Hassoun Hussein
El Yaman Ghena
Awad Melissa
Rizkallah Mayssa
Abdul Khalek Raghid
Rahal Manal
Hajj Diab Ali
Meouchy Axelle
Jreij Miriam
Simonian Maral
Younan Raymond
Rizk Wadih Rouba
Sardouk Nadia
Mouawad Antoinette

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