Sigma Iota Epsilon

Sigma Iota Epsilon Sigma Zeta Chapter

Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE) is the student division of the Academy of Management and is an honorary and professional management fraternity.

Students are eligible for SIE membership upon completion of six graduate credit hours from the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business, with an overall grade point average of 3.5 or higher (with no academic honesty violations). The six hours cannot be from transferred hours.

The purpose of SIE is to:

  • Recognize student achievements in the field of management.
  • Facilitate discussion of contemporary management topics.
  • Provide interaction among students, faculty, alumni and professional managers.

In addition to providing recognition and interaction among students and faculty, SIE members also receive a certificate and lapel pin (which may be worn on your gown at graduation) as a symbol of their achievement. Upon graduating, SIE members may order a gold stole to wear over their robe, which contains the SIE emblem and indicates their achievements as an outstanding student.

Contact sie@udallas.edu with any questions.

Our Symbol

SIE Key

The Greek letters in our name stand for Spoude, Idreia, and Exoche - earnestness, knowledge, and excellence. Our symbol, the Sigma Iota Epsilon key, reminds us of the wisdom and practicality signified by the concepts of creative development, organization, cooperation, and service.
 
 

Current Officers

President:                           Michael Mugo                    
First Vice President:           Morgan Cook

Vice President:                    Mary Mba-Amazu (Operations)
Vice President:                    Ermioni Takou (Marketing)
Vice President:                    Cristobal Farfan (Special Events)
Vice President:                    Maria Falomir (Finance & Recording Secretary)
Vice President:                    Morgan Cook (Communications)

Gupta COB Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jude Olson, jolson@udallas.edu
Gupta COB SIE Administrative Support: Mary Chang mchang@udallas.edu and Gail Schroeder gschoeder@udallas.edu
 

Dr. Keith Davis Graduate Scholarship Winners from Sigma Zeta Chapter

David Rogers
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2017-2018 Academic Year
Honorable Mention - $750

David Rogers
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2016-2017 Academic Year
Second Place - $1,000

David Rogers
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2015-2016 Academic Year
First Place - $1,500

Niki Kissinger
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2015-2016 Academic Year
Third Place - $500

Heather Whitaker
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2013-2014 Academic Year
First Place - $1,500

Todd S. Heinsch 
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2012-2013 Academic Year
Runner-up - $500

Santhosh Vengattery
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2012-2013 Academic Year
Runner-up - $250 

Robert Bishara
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2011-2012 Academic Year
2nd place - $750

Temitope Ogunbona
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2011-2012 Academic Year
3rd place - $500

Jeanette Chawdhury
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2010-2011 Academic Year
2nd place - $750

Pamela Bataillon
Sigma Zeta Chapter, UD
2003-2004 Academic Year
1st place - $1250

Sigma Iota Epsilon, Sigma Zeta Chapter Past Presidents

2019 (summer 2019) Shilpa Narwani
2018 (fall 2018 and spring 2019) Vikas Bohra
2018 (spring and summer) Sharon Hernandez
2017 (summer and fall) Zachary Fountain-Metz
2017 (April-May) Brian Shelburne and 2017 (spring) Jessica Hornsby
2016 (summer) and 2016 (fall) Anna Drozdowski
2015 (fall) and 2016 (spring) Ruchir Rahul
2014 and 2015 (spring and summer) George Gilchrist
2012 (fall) and 2013 Kiki Gao
2012 Ebay Hampton 
2011 Kris Chenothuparambil
2011 Randall Harvill
2011 Ryan Olson
2010 James Gilman
2010 Jim Martin
2008-10 Wiley Brooks-Martin
2007-08 Sean Fitzpatrick
2006-07 Thelma Franco
2005-06 Christopher Earle
2005 Sandra Hill
2004 Kelley Williams
2004 TeRon Lawrence
2004 Michelle Gilmartin
2003 Daniel Haswell
2003 Peter Weidenbruch
2003 Don Nelson, Jr
2002-03 Jay Halpin
2002 Allen Perkins
2001 SIE inactive
2000 Maya Malas
1999 Beth Hawkins
1998 James Talkington
1997 Terry Devine
1995-96 Jim Reed
1994 Katharine McMahon
1993 Jeffrey S. Milne
Interim years unavailable
1988-89 OR 1989-90 John Klickman
Interim years unavailable
1986 John Schneider
Interim years unavailable
1971 G.P. Cain

 

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