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Sigma Nu Tau

Sigma Nu Tau logoEntrepreneurship is growing beyond the Merrick School. Increasingly, students from everywhere at the University of Baltimore are rolling up their sleeves and looking to entrepreneurship as an essential part of their educational experience. This is most evident in the recent class of Sigma Nu Tau —the national honor society for entrepreneurship.

The University of Baltimore chapter was the 14th chapter to be established nationwide and is  recognized as one of largest charter membership chapters. The first University of Baltimore induction ceremony took place in 2013. At that time, 64 students, one faculty member and one local entrepreneur became charter members of the honor society’s chapter at UB.

The society’s mission is to promote, recognize and reward academic excellence in entrepreneurship, and to encourage and recognize the practice of principled entrepreneurship.

 2016 Sigma Nu Tau Inductees

Michael Alexander
Charles Amankwaa
Latonya Anderson
Catanna Anderson
Nji Anyere
Tsedenia Ayalew
Dorian Bostic
Blaine Carvalho
Laurie Cole
Kieu Danh
Marie Desire
Robin Drummond
Natalyia Eidelman
Jecinta Gitau
Precious Grant
Jessica Ikard-Banks
Brandee Izquierdo
Rachel Jackson
Ida Jadali

Marie Jones
Comfort Macauley-Kabay
Kristen Martin
Rujeko Mashinya
Courtney Matthews-Bey
Shreyas Naik
Maria Nimo
Sindiswa Odharo
Grace Olaiya
John Rhee
Mahmia Richards
Sarah Rogers
Scott Stevens
Joseph Stopa
Ma'Sheka Thomas
Olga Vysotska
Jaclyn Weber
Morgan Williams
Eric Wong


 Students Inducted into Sigma Nu Tau, 2016 Ceremony

On May 6, 2016 the Sigma Nu Tau induction ceremony took place during the Merrick School of Business' annual Academic Achievement and Honor Society Inductions Celebration.



Academic Adviser

Mu Kappa Tau Academic Adviser, Frank van Vliet


Frank van Vliet, MBA
Lecturer and Executive in Residence

Contact the professor at See his Web profile.