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Published on September 11, 2019

Business Student Hannah Beazoglou Receives DMD Regional Award

Eastern Connecticut State University student Hannah Beazoglou ’20 of West Hartford was recently selected as one of 25 scholars nationwide to receive a regional award from Delta Mu Delta (DMD), the international honor society for business. Beazoglou majors in Business Administration and was the only awardee from Connecticut.

To be considered for a regional award, one must be a member of DMD, complete an application and submit two letters of recommendation from faculty members to support their candidacy.

“I am extremely proud to be the recipient of this award, which showcases the outstanding education and opportunities I have been afforded at Eastern,” said Beazoglou, who was inducted into DMD in April 2019. “I’m very proud to be a Delta Mu Delta scholar. The organization has supported me in my studies and my future career goals in business.”

Beazoglou aspires to work in the healthcare industry, and has interned at the Aetna insurance company for two years. As a continuous intern, she has researched more than 50 companies to create prospect profiles and presented them as recommendations to Aetna executives.

She has also revised proposal content for Aetna’s Medicare programs and researched competitors in the Medicare industry to refresh Aetna’s goals. Beazoglou‘s knowledge of the health care industry and Medicare has allowed her to create FAQ documents for Aetna and assist retirees at annual open enrollment events.

Beazoglou is currently working on her senior thesis with Business Administration Professor Fatma Pakdil. She explained that her thesis focuses on implementation of “statistical process control (SPC) in the analysis of length of stay (LOS).”

After graduating from Eastern, she plans to pursue a leadership position within the healthcare industry.

Written by Vania Galicia