Phi Beta Lambda


Phi Beta Lambda
Student Business & Accounting Association
The Hilbert College chapter of Phi Beta Lambda is an active organization whose mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Learning. To Make a Difference.

HILBERT STUDENTS SHINE IN NYS PHI BETA LAMBDA COMPETITION!!!

 2013

John Babocsi won first place in "Management Analysis and Decision-Making
Jeffrey Krajewski won first place in "Strategic Analysis and Decision-Making
Jon Monheim won second place in "Management Concepts"
Caitlin Queen won second place in "Project Management"
Frank Annunziata won third place in "Business Decision-Making"
Scott Gowanlock won third place in "Marketing Analysis and Decision-Making"
Jamela Jackson won third place in "Business Communication"

2011
Jennifer Brock won first in "Accounting for Professionals."
Frank Castiglia won first in "Economic Analysis and Decision-Making."
Adam Haker won first place in "Project Management."
Katie Newton won first place in "Accounting Principles."
Nina Pierino won first place in "Management Analysis and Decision Making" and also won first place in "Marketing Analysis and Decision Making."

2010
Of the three highest overall scores, two were earned by Hilbert students (Sarah Zablonski & Nina Pierino).
Sarah Zablonski was one of only two students to win first place in two different subjects (Accounting & Business Law).

Frank Castiglia won first in "Macroeconomics."
Robert Minkel won first place in "Project Management."
Jayne Rhein won first place in "Management Analysis and Decision Making."

2009
Chris Balon won first place in "Financial Services."
Heather Hazlett won first place in "Project Management."
Christina Hernandez won first place in "Contemporary Sports Issues."
Randy Surface won first place in "Macroeconomics."

2008
Chris Balon won first place in "Project Management."
Brittany Barr took first place in "Accounting Analysis and Decision Making."
Randy Surface took first in "Accounting Principles."