Southeast Student to Attend Beta Gamma Sigma Student Leadership Forum

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo.,

Nov. 5, 2004 – Kris Woolf, a Southeast Missouri State University student from Rogersville, Mo., is among a group of students from many of the top business schools in the United States who will soon be heading to San Antonio, Texas, for a special conference on leadership to be held Nov. 4-7.

Woolf is a senior accounting major at Southeast. Beta Gamma Sigma, the honor society for AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, is sponsoring the forum, which guides participants as they explore their personal leadership styles. 

Participants will work with other student leaders, engage in a variety of interactive settings, and attend informational lectures and presentations.  This will be the fifth Student Leadership Forum hosted by Beta Gamma Sigma.

Attendees of the Student Leadership Forum have been chosen to represent their respective Beta Gamma Sigma student chapters.  Beta Gamma Sigma chapters are located at 417 college and university campuses and recognize the academic achievements of the world’s best business students.