MSU Delta Epsilon Chi Students Win Big at State Conference
Members of the Minot State University Delta Epsilon Chi Chapter competed at the North Dakota Delta Epsilon Chi state conference which was held February 12 & 13th in Fargo. Minot State University sent 12 students to the conference to compete in several business oriented case simulations and prepared events, and many of them walked away with top honors.
First Place Honors went to: Kelly Baker for Financial Services, Jeff Froseth for Restaurant Food and Service, Lucas Havig for Website Development, Ken Story for Apparel and Accessories as well as placing first in the Marketing Management event. And Andrew Evanoff who was also a dual first place finisher his events in E-Commerce Decision Making and the Travel and Tourism.
Second Place Honors went to: Alecia Rasmussen for Hospitality Management, Rasmussen then teamed up with Ashlee Gross for their presentation in Business to Business Marketing that garnered a second place finish, and the team of Andrew Evanoff and Ken Story for their Entrepreneurship written Event. And third place honors went to Kayla Olander and Kassy Rossland for their presentation in Business to Business Marketing.
Three students also walked away with state offices: Reann Magandy, Andrew Evanoff, and Ken Story ran for three of the four spots available on the State Officer Action Team. Magandy and Evanoff were elected to serve on the State Officer Team while Story who received the most candidate votes in the business meeting was elected to serve as State President.
"They all did a great job at the conference, they represented our University with such professionalism and class and it showed in their success. They should all be very proud of themselves, I know I am!" said Chapter Advisor Billy Boyeff in regards to how his students did at the conference.
Event qualifiers will travel to the International Career and Development conference at Orlando, Florida in April to compete with the best students the nation has to offer in their respective events.