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UNA Business Students Bring Home Top Awards From Phi Beta Lambda State Conference
Apr. 29, 2009



FLORENCE, Ala. – The University of North Alabama’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda recently brought home several awards from the Alabama state competition in Birmingham, with each of the 17 UNA students placing in the state’s top three in at least one of their two events. Fourteen of the competitors have qualified to compete at the National Phi Beta Lambda Competitions in Anaheim, Calif., this June.

UNA Phi Beta Lambda Winners include:

Luke Chenault – First place in both Accounting Analysis and Decision Making and Financial Concepts

Amy Gresham – First place in Business Communication

Jerrod Terry – First place in both Computer Applications and Information Management

Joshua Butler – First place in Computer Concepts

Jacob Tober – First place in Economic Analysis and Decision Making

Thomas Whitten – First place in both Impromptu Speaking and Job Interview

Melissa Love and Marvin Wehl – First place in Network Design

Chris Wendt – First place in Statistical Analysis

Darya Martin – Second place in Accounting Analysis and Decision Making

Ege Olgun – Second place in Management Concepts

Jon Iscan – Second place in Microeconomics

Sammi Jo McConnell – Second place in Word Processing

Jon Iscan – Third place in Accounting Principles

Darya Martin – Third place in Accounting for Professionals

LaDonna Little – Third place in Database Design and Applications

Marie Kaas and McDaniel Ubi – Third place in Hospitality Management Team

Dana Woods – Third place in Human Resources Management and Marketing Concepts

Ege Olgun – Third place in Microeconomics