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Students Inducted Delta Mu Delta Society

The Division of Business is proud to present the fifteen students who were inducted into the international business administration honor society, Delta Mu Delta.  Caldwell University instituted its Lambda Psi Chapter of Delta Mu Delta in 2009.  In order to qualify for this prestigious society, students must have completed at least half of their coursework and maintain a GPA in the top 20% of their class.

2016 Inductees

Ayro Jan Batilaran
Sieuwerd Blankenstein
James Ciabattoni
Joseph DiCarlo
Debora Eiden
Megan Gerali
Michael Kelley
Brian Kenny
Hritesh Regmi
Steven Riley
Sobner Romain
Ilea Scritchfield
Shyam Sharma
Abigail Sobieski
Thomas Worgul

Each year, an honorary member who exhibits excellence in business and maintains strong ties to Caldwell University’s Business programs is inducted into the society.  John P. Crawford is the founder and principal of the Timely Ideas Corporation.  Over the last 18 years, John has worked with global organizations such as Pfizer, Pearson, Tyco, ITT and Bristol-Myers Squibb.  Prior to that, he worked for a variety of fast-moving technology service companies where he served in a range of senior marketing and management roles designed to drive sales, improve collaboration and promote growth.  He is a member of the Caldwell University Board of Trustees and the Caldwell University Business Advisory Council.

John P. Crawford and Bernie O’Rourke

The purposes of Delta Mu Delta are to promote higher scholarship in training for business and to recognize and reward scholastic attainment in business subjects.  Delta Mu Delta membership provides recognition for a lifetime.  It is the highest national recognition a business student can earn.