Gold Challenge 2021
We are a winner of the Gold Challenge Competition for the second year in a row!
Sponsored by KPMG Foundation, the Beta Alpha Psi Gold Challenge awards 2,500 USD to each of the top 10 chapters that are best able to demonstrate how their chapter has gone above and beyond through a 5-minute video. As a winner of the Gold Challenge, we are placed in the top 5% of BAP chapters globally.
Gold Challenge 2020
As part of our submission for the BAP Gold Challenge Competition, our chapter was required to enter a video explaining what makes us a Gold Chapter. Check out our submission here!
Best Practice Results 2020
We are excited to announce the results of Beta Alpha Psi’s 2020 Best Practice Competition, with two Xi Epsilon teams placing in the top three of their category in the Oceania region!
The Best Practice competition, normally presented at the Annual Regional Meeting, provides the opportunity for students to develop and implement an activity which will benefit their chapter or community. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, teams were required to submit a video format of their presentations, which were judged by a panel of board and professional partner members.
The 2020 Best Practice topics included Innovation, Engagement and Impact. As a result of their efforts, our teams achieved outstanding results of 1st place in Impact and 3rd place in Innovation!
A huge congratulations is in order for all of our participants. We are extremely proud of their efforts and the initiatives they have created as a result. We know their hard work will have a lasting impact into the future on both members of the chapter and the wider community!
BAP Graduation 2019
28 November 2019
On the 28th of November, we welcomed our new BAP members while farewelling the new alumnus of Beta Alpha Psi Xi Epsilon.
We were fortunate enough to have Josh Farr from Campus Consulting as our keynote speaker. We gained massive insights and new perspectives into leadership as he shared 6 Leadership Lessons to Leave a Legacy. Josh challenged everyone to look beyond traditional pathways of our careers, step out of our comfort zones and aim for opportunities which align with our values.
BAP Annual Meeting 2019 - Chicago, Illinois
8-10 August 2019
By Ellen Hawkins & Christian Morina
The 2019 Annual Meeting and 100th year anniversary celebration of Beta Alpha Psi took place in Chicago, Illinois this August. We, Ellen Hawkins and Christian Morina, were fortunate to be sponsored by the Monash Business School and the Accounting Department to attend the 3-day event on behalf of our Chapter, Xi Epsilon. The annual meeting brought together 300 university chapters from across the globe to connect, learn and celebrate all of our achievements. Beta Alpha Psi President, Alexandra Miller, kicked off the event launching this year’s theme, Inspiring Future Leaders to Leave a Legacy of Excellence, signifying the recognition of our actions today and how they will impact the future of tomorrow.
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REGIONAL MEETING 2019
Monash University Caulfield Campus hosted the 2019 BAP Oceania Regional Meeting on 26th-28th April 2019!
It was a brilliant weekend of networking, inspiring keynote talks and workshops, topped off with the Best Practices Competition and Community Service event with CERES Joe's Market garden. A huge thank you to all the delegates who came from all over Australia and New Zealand! We wish all the Best Practices Competition Winners a hearty congratulations, and we are looking forward to next year's Oceania Regional Meeting to be hosted by Deakin University.
Find out more about the event at the Oceania Regional Meeting website:
Monash Business School installs Beta Alpha Psi Chapter, Xi Epsilon
26 April 2018
US BAP President-elect, Alex Miller, and Oceania Beta Alpha Psi Incoming Director of Global Activities, Pearl Rozenberg, officiated the installation ceremony of the Monash Business School Chapter, Xi Epsilon, at the Caulfield campus in April 2018.
As the 327th chapter, Monash Business School joins universities and colleges across the United States and Oceania – including New York University, University of California Berkeley and University of Notre Dame – that all have chapters of the prestigious organisation, which was founded in 1919.
The approval process to establish a chapter takes around 18 months and requires a high level of student engagement and faculty support. It involves establishing a leadership program of professional activities and social engagement for high performing students who major in financial information. Continue reading