A Southeast Missouri State University accounting major participated in a three-person team that took first place earlier this month at a Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) regional competition in Omaha, Neb.
Ryan Stoll, a Southeast senior from St. Louis, and two students from the University of Central Missouri, won first place in the collaboration category at the BAP meeting. The team now advances to the national competition at the annual BAP meeting in August in Atlanta, Ga.
“This is a big win for Southeast,” said Dr. Leisa Marshall, chair of the Department of Accounting and professor of accounting at Southeast.
Beta Alpha Psi at the University of Central Missouri collaborated with Beta Alpha Psi at Southeast to develop and implement a Southeast BAP Mentor/Mentee program, this year. Southeast’s BAP faculty advisor is Becky Lohmann.
Beta Alpha Psi is an international honor organization for financial information students and professionals.