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Eastern student Hannah Beazoglou receives Delta Mu Delta award

Published on September 22, 2020

Eastern student Hannah Beazoglou receives Delta Mu Delta award

Eastern senior Hannah Beazoglou
Eastern senior Hannah Beazoglou. 

Eastern Connecticut State University student Hannah Beazoglou, a senior majoring in business administration from West Hartford, has been awarded the Delta Mu Delta (DMD) Board Award. This is the second consecutive year Beazoglou has been recognized by DMD, a national business honors society.  

To receive the DMD Board Award student, applications must include two recommendation letters from faculty members, an essay and their academic transcript. The award recognizes outstanding business students who show strong ethical behavior, leadership qualities and scholastic achievement.   

Beazoglou says her connections with Eastern faculty and Delta Mu Delta have helped her a great deal. “Dr. Pakdil and Dr. Cavarkapa have guided me during my time at Eastern by challenging me, providing letters of recommendation, and encouraging me in my academics and extracurricular opportunities.” She has also interned with Aetna in the past and has served as president of Delta Mu Delta at Eastern and as secretary of the Women in Business club on campus.  

She has also accepted a position with Aetna’s General Management Leadership Development Program (GMLDP). This program allows for associates to explore three key business areas during three 18-month rotations. The goal of the program is to develop strong traits for a general manager, such as leadership skills, delivering financial and business results, and building successful teams.   

Written by Molly Boucher