Braddock inducted into Beta Alpha Psi
Michael G. Braddock, BSBA ’80, vice president and controller of Marathon Petroleum Corporation, has been inducted into Ohio Northern’s Mu Delta chapter of Beta Alpha Psi as a distinguished alumnus.
He received the honor Feb. 27 in a ceremony that also inducted nine new student members.
Braddock has over 30 years of accounting and leadership experience after graduating from Ohio Northern University. Prior to his current position, Braddock served in auditing, tax compliance, and other functions with Marathon.
The ceremony, in the Dicke Hall Forum, was attended by ONU President Daniel DiBiasio, James Fenton, dean of the James F. Dicke College of Business Administration, faculty, current members of Beta Alpha Psi and several guests and ONU alums from Marathon Petroleum Corporation.
Student inductees included: Philip Bryant, a junior in accounting from Oak Harbor, Ohio; Brandon DeVault, a junior in accounting from Somerset, Ohio; Frank Duffy, a junior in accounting from Wooster, Ohio; Shelby Ehemann, a senior in accounting from Anna, Ohio; Matthew Garrity, a junior in accounting from Springfield, Ohio; Benjamin Glischinski, a junior in accounting from Maineville, Ohio; Courtney Horstman, a junior in accounting from Delphos, Ohio; Tyler Lucian, a junior in accounting from Bowie, Md.; Alexandrea Turnea, a juior in accounting from Brunswick, Ohio; Jessica Smith, a junior in accounting from Defiance, Ohio; and Tao Wang, junior in accounting from Yangjiazhuangxiang, China.
To receive an invitation to join Beta Alpha Psi, students must have a major in either accounting or finance, be of at least junior class standing, and demonstrate dedication in the classroom by satisfying a GPA requirement.
Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is a honorary organization for financial information students and professionals. There are over 300 chapters on college and university campuses with over 300,000 members initiated since Beta Alpha Psi's formation. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.