Monmouth Junction business student among Top 1% at Middlesex County College

Dhwani Shukla of the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick was recently inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association Honor Society. The society recognizes undergraduate students in the state who have excelled in their studies in business education; the honorees are among the Top 1% in their respective colleges. A total of 95 students from 29 schools were inducted. Pictured are Middlesex County College Professor Charles O'Gorman, left to right; Aslihan Cakmak, chair of the Business and Computer Science Department; Shukla; Professor Christine Wathen; and Jeffrey Herron, acting vice president for academic and student affairs.PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS PETERSON
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Dhwani Shukla of the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick was recently inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association Honor Society. The society recognizes undergraduate students in the state who have excelled in their studies in business education; the honorees are among the Top 1% in their respective colleges. A total of 95 students from 29 schools were inducted. Pictured are Middlesex County College Professor Charles O'Gorman, left to right; Aslihan Cakmak, chair of the Business and Computer Science Department; Shukla; Professor Christine Wathen; and Jeffrey Herron, acting vice president for academic and student affairs.PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS PETERSON

Dhwani Shukla of the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick was recently inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association Honor Society. The society recognizes undergraduate students in the state who have excelled in their studies in business education; the honorees are among the Top 1% in their respective colleges. A total of 95 students from 29 schools were inducted. Pictured are Middlesex County College Professor Charles O’Gorman, left to right; Aslihan Cakmak, chair of the Business and Computer Science Department; Shukla; Professor Christine Wathen; and Jeffrey Herron, acting vice president for academic and student affairs.