Jamestown College students earn recognition at PBL conference
The Jamestown College Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter hosted the PBL State Leadership Conference recently at the Quality Inn and Suites, Jamestown.
Each Jamestown College PBL student who participated in the conference placed in at least one event. Mary Reed, Chapter Adviser, was named Adviser of the Year.
Michael Cumber, Jamestown, was elected Vice President of Member and Finance Development for the state PBL organization.
First place winners from the Jamestown College chapter were Cumber in Information Management and Retail Management; Kevin Hoversland, Wolf Point, Mont., in Cyber Security, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics; Allex Jensen, Jamestown, in Computer Concepts; Mallory Johannes, Sartell, Minn., in Project Management; and Tarina Sablan, Port Orchard, Wash., in Business Law.
The team of Ciaran Gallagher, Londonderry, United Kingdom; Kaleb Hruby, Bismarck; and Beth Ryan, Ray, took first place in the Business Presentation category.
Second place winners were Cumber in International Business; Darrin Gahner, Jamestown, in Information Management, Database Design and Applications and Project Management; Gallagher in Computer Concepts; Emily Greuel, Grand Forks, in Microeconomics; Jensen in Cyber Security; and Seungha Kim, Seoul, South Korea, in Marketing Concepts.
Third place winners were Gallagher in Cyber Security; Johannes in Database Design and Applications and Information Management; and Sablan in Accounting for Professionals.
PBL is a professional organization for students interested in pursuing business and related careers.
First Row left to right
Emily Greuel, Tarina Sablan, Beth Ryan, Seungha Kim
Second Row left to right
Allex Jensen, Mallory Johannes, Kevin Hoversland, Kaleb Hruby, Michael Cumber, Ciaran Gallagher, Darrin Gahner