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Students Win Top Honors at PBL Conference

April 24, 2006

PBL Winners
These three Southwestern Oklahoma State University students won first place awards at the recent Phi Beta Lambda state competition and are now eligible to represent Oklahoma at the 2006 National PBL Leadership Conference and Institute of Leaders in Nashville, Tenn. They are (from left): Julie Weichel, Colony; and Brian Paisley and Dustin Wulff, both of Mustang.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University students won several awards at the recent Phi Beta Lambda state competition held in Tulsa.

SWOSU students at Weatherford won three first place awards. Brian Paisley of Mustang took top honors in Hospitality Management, while Julie Weichel of Colony finished first in Management Concepts. Dustin Wulff of Mustang won first place in Statistical Analysis.

Weichel, who completed her term as PBL vice president at the conclusion of the conference and was also named to Who’s Who in Oklahoma PBL, also won second place in Marketing Concepts.

Paisley placed fourth in Economic Concepts, and Lauren Brooks of Hydro was also selected to Who’s Who in Oklahoma PBL.

Accompanying the group to the conference were co-advisors Dr. Nancy Penner and Dr. Melody Ashenfelter. Students who placed first or second are eligible to represent Oklahoma at the 2006 National Leadership Conference and Institute of Leaders in Nashville, Tenn., on June 24-27.

PBL is the collegiate division of the national association, Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc.

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