Two Mississippi State University students and one recent MSU graduate were among 2015 participants at an annual gathering of the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference, the world’s oldest and largest business career student organization.
Senior Jarmel R. Lewis of Manteo, N.C., and sophomore Heather L. Yost of Franklin, Tenn., represented the university. Lewis is a political science/pre-law major. Yost is a business administration major.
They were joined by Alicia M. Ward of Amory, a May cum laude business administration graduate. In student competition that is part of the conference program, she received a third-place award of excellence in the human resource management category.
Lewis competed in the justice administration category; Yost, the statistical analysis category.
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