Earlier this month, Olin Business School representatives attended the Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The theme of this year’s event was in the spirit of encouraging scholastic and professional excellence, and providing opportunities for growth and leadership development.
Beta Alpha Psi is an honor organization that encourages and gives recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in accounting, finance, and information systems. With more than 300 chapters worldwide, Beta Alpha Psi is highly regarded in the professional world.
WashU’s BAP Chapter President, Casey Wagenaar (BSBA’17, MACC’17), and VP of Community Service, Gabby Steinbrecher (BSBA’16, MACC’17) represented Olin at the conference.
Professor Mark Soczek, Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Academic Director of the Master of Accounting program, and Megan Waite, Associate Director of Graduate Programs Admissions, also attended. They enjoyed talking about Olin’s graduate programs with conference attendees from around the world.
Washington University’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) was founded in March 2013, with the charter approved in October 2013.