Students at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics have almost 30 unique student groups that they can choose to join. In each installment of this series, an executive member of one of these student groups will share their first-hand experience choosing, participating in and eventually leading their group.
Landon Goldman, Class of 2022 accounting and management information systems double major, is the president of Phi Chi Theta at the Lerner College. Goldman shared why he joined Phi Chi Theta, what makes this group unique and more!
When and why did you choose to join this student group?
Goldman: I decided to found another business fraternity on campus.
What is the mission of your student group?
Goldman: Build up qualities that will make us successful in the field of business.
What is your best memory from this student group?
Goldman: Chapter installation day.
What is unique about your student group?
Goldman: We are brand new to the UD campus and it is a great opportunity to build an organization from the ground up.
What has been your proudest moment leading your student group?
Goldman: Becoming a chapter of Phi Chi Theta.
What are your goals for the future of your student group?
Goldman: Friendship, philanthropy and professionalism.
How has your student group helped you grow?
Goldman: It has taught me how to take on responsibilities and work with other people.
Phi Chi Theta has 21 members and meet in Purnell 238 from 5 to 6 pm on Sundays.