Sigma Iota Epsilon's (SIE) Alliant International University chapter has won chapter of year once again. This was under the leadership of former chapter President Joseph Higgins and under the faculty mentorship of Dr. Louise Kelly.
This is the third time Alliant International University's SIE Chapter has won the chapter of the year award, and they also won runner-up in 2010. The chapter will be awarded a plaque and a $500 check by the SIE National Chapter.
Sigma Iota Epsilon is a national honorary and professional management fraternity affiliated with the Academy of Management. The purpose of SIE is to encourage and recognize scholastic excellence and to promote cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management. There are 71 chapters of this national honor fraternity.
California School of Management & Leadership (CSML) is a winning franchise that is setting the standard. This is because Alliant's professional practice and international and multicultural approach is exactly what is recognized as excellent by this national honorary professional management fraternity.
Further, CSML's students and professors are making a difference in the management community. Interim Dean Lee White, Ph.D. said that he could not be prouder of Joseph Higgins and his team of officers , as well as Dr. Kelly for her continued commitment to excellence in her teaching, and with SIE.