BHP Students Recognized for Leadership at Swing Out Awards

Last Tuesday, April 24th, the University presented its annual Swing Out Awards, which honor student organizations that have demonstrated excellence in leadership on campus. Not surprisingly, more than half of the winning student organizations are led by BHP seniors. Congratulations to all of our student leaders for their tremendous work!

Honors Business Association — Best Social Organization (President – Heather Graham)

Undergraduate Business Council — Best Academic/Departmental Organization and Most Improved Organization (President – Michael Daehne)

Indian Cultural Association — Best Cultural Organization (President – Anuj Khandelwal)

Texas Orange Jackets — Best Spirit Organization (President – Erica Brody)

Asian Business Student Association — Best Professional Organization (President – Grace Kim)

Punjabbawockeez — Best Recreational Organization and Most Outstanding Organization (Leaders – Sameer Desai and Arjun Desai)

HBA Wins “Best Social Organization” Award

Congratulations to the Honors Business Association for winning the “Best Social Organization” Award  at the 2012 Swing Out Awards presentation on April 24th. The Swing Out Awards are given by the University of Texas Leadership and Ethics Institute (LEI) to student organizations that have demonstrated excellence in leadership on campus. Winning this campus-wide award is quite an accomplishment. The BHP salutes HBA officers Heather Graham, Shalin Dalal, Melissa Beaver, Forrest Ripley, Jordan Ripley, Justine Taylor-Raymond, Todd Storm, and Chris Nguyen for their truly outstanding work in 2011-2012!


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