Phi Beta Lambda Chapter Members Receive Awards at National Leadership Conference

The Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference took place in Chicago from June 23-26. Truman State University members and advisers participated. Several students were recognized at the Awards of Excellence Program.

Amy Rowden, an economics major from Dixon, Mo., received first place in economics analysis and decision making. She also received third place for financial concepts.

Lisa Hoffmann, a pre-business administration major from Jefferson City, Mo., received third place in parliamentary procedure team.

Stella Costello, a pre-accounting major from Grayslake, Ill., received 10th place in hospitality management.

Erin Lueker, a history major from Buffalo, Mo., received 10th place in impromptu speaking.

Alicia Stewart, a history major from Clinton, Mo., was elected National North Central Region vice president for 2007-2008.

Phi Beta Lambda is an educational association of postsecondary student members preparing for careers in business. There are more than 11,000 active members in the United States. Missouri has almost 600 members in 30 chapters.

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