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2014 Alpha Mu Alpha Inductees

Contributed by Scott Erickson on 03/27/14 

The Marketing Department in the School of Business and the Ithaca College chapter of the America Marketing Association are pleased to recognize this year's inductees into the Alpha Mu Alpha international honorary marketing fraternity.

The following seniors met the criteria for membership and accepted the invitation to join:


  • Shannon Anthony
  • Carol Abdul-Malak
  • Liana Casciani
  • Erin Foley
  • Elizabeth Gawrys
  • Samantha Giraud
  • Rachel Gropper
  • Linda Harrison
  • Jennifer Kurtzer
  • Stephanie Lemmons
  • Brendan Locke
  • Katie Long
  • Alisha Luziani
  • Shannon Meehan
  • Cody Ohlheiser
  • Danielle Puleo
  • Jordan Sahn
  • Jennifer Segal
  • Michael Sheldon
  • Andrew Weaver
  • Sarah Wooster
  • Rowena Wu


Since its inception in 1937, the American Marketing Association (AMA) has remained committed to the advancement of excellence in the field of marketing.  It was this commitment which fostered the establishment of Alpha Mu Alpha in the spring of 1981.  Alpha Mu Alpha is the international marketing honorary for qualified undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral marketing students, and for marketing faculty.  Under the auspices of the AMA, a selected advisory committee of marketing educators designed the recognition program to acknowledge outstanding scholastic achievement on a highly competitive basis.


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