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2003-06-04 schools
Phi Beta Lamba students earn top honors
PIKEVILLE Pikeville College's chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) recently earned top honors during the annual Spring Leadership Conference in Louisville, garnering 22 awards in academic competition. PBL members throughout Kentucky participated in workshops, academic competitions, and election of state officers.

Members who placed first or second in the academic competitions qualify to compete at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference June 29 in Dallas, Tx. The conference includes participants from all 50 states and the U.S. territories.

Pikeville College students who placed in state competition were: Anna Ignatenko - business principles, fifth place; Josh Childers and David Akers - desktop publishing, first place; Matt Day - economics, fourth place; Vesna Teseva - economics, fifth place; Deanna Wellman, Justin Moon and Chris Petot - emerging business issues, first place; Lois Rogers - finance, fourth place; Justin Moon, hospitality management - third place; Anna Silvia - human resource management, fourth place; David Akers - information management, first place; Ashley Day - job interview, fourth place; Erin Bryant - management, fourth place; Josh Childers - Mr. Future Business Executive, first place; Deanna Wellman - multimedia presentation, first place; Jeff Gatzke - quantitative methods, second place; Will Isom - quantitative methods, third place; Alan Hensley - telecommunications, first place; Deanna Wellman and Jeff Gatzke - Who's Who in Kentucky Phi Beta Lambda; and Deanna Wellman - recruitment rally award.

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