Looking to get involved? The School of Business has a variety of clubs to suit all interests. Read the descriptions below for more information, and contact the student officer(s) or check out their website for more information!
Accounting Society is a great club for all students and especially those interested in accounting. Throughout the year, the accounting society is involved with many activities that are both fun and educational for students consisting of speakers, dinners, and happy hours. We look foward to many great events!
Advisor: Dr. Harry Howe
Student Officer: President Abigail Rulison
Alpha Kappa Psi (Psi Omicron Chapter)
Founded in 1904, Alpha Kappa Psi is now the world's oldest and largest business fraternity in the world. It has developed more than 250,000 men and women worldwide, has active chapters at more than 200 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Alumni include former U.S. presidents, U.S. congressmen, as well as founders and executives of many Fortune 500 companies. Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. Alpha Kappa Psi provides outstanding leadership opportunities and the model environment for the development of young professionals committed to the field of business, but is open to ALL majors at Geneseo. This opportunity helps students to share ideas and practice professional and business skills in a structured setting that will directly benefit their communities.
Advisors: Dr. Ian Alam & Dr. David Levy (Philosophy)
Student Officer: President Adel Davletgaraeva
The Educational Society for Resource Management, one of the leading international professional societies, represents manufacturing, service, and resource, management professional worldwide. APICS has 70,000 members worldwide, creating a professional environment for networking. APICS also provides knowledge in resource management through workshops, professional development meetings and confrences.
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Tim Nolan
Student Officer: Co-Presidents Elizabeth Hollick and Michael Keating
Beta Gamma Sigma
The Beta Gamma Sigma National Honor Society in Business Administration for AACSB accredited schools provides recognition for academic achievement in Business. The SUNY Geneseo Chapter has been an outstanding Chapter since its installation in 2002 and provided a $1000 scholarship to a student every year. BGS invites the top 15% Business students late March each year. An initiation fee is charged.
Advisor: Dr. Anthony Gu
The Economics Society is a local organization open to all students interested in economics. It provides tutoring services, opportunities for discussion of economic issues, and graduate school counseling, as well as outside speakers. Dues are Charged.
Advisor: Dr. Léonie Stone
Enactus is a student organization open to all members of the Geneseo student community. Enactus engages students in making a difference through the development and implementation of community projects in open market economy, an activity that can catapult them to regional, national and even international prominence through Enactus competitions. Members work in the community to develop leadership, teamwork, and communication skills. Students will implement these skills by learning, practicing, and teaching the principles of free enterprise.
Advisor: Dr. Farooq Sheikh
The Finance Club is a local organization open to all students interested in finance. It provides a student investment portfolio challenge and brings speakers to campus from the finance community. Dues are chaged.
Advisor: Dr. Michael Schinski
Student Officer: President Robert Karpinski
Geneseo Marketing Association club
The Geneseo Marketing Association is an organization made up of students who have an active interest in the field of marketing. Activities include working together to build a resume book to later be sent out to area businesses, inviting and listening to guest speakers discuss careers in the field of marketing, and visiting businesses to gain an upper hand in the field and to see firsthand how marketing is implemented in today's business world.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ian Alam
International Business Club
Relaunched in 2013, the International Business Club provides members with opportunities for exposure to global and cultural issues through interaction with Geneseo's other international organizations and the business community.
Advisor: Mr. Tim Nolan
Student Officers: Co-Presidents Leah Swarthout and Brigid Lonergan
Omicron Delta Epsilon
The New York Rho Chapter of Emicron Delta Esilon, International Honor Society in Economics, provides recognition for academic achievement in economics. An initiation fee is charged.
Advisor: Dr. Chris Annala
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is a national business organization dedicated to developing business skills and knowledge among its members and serving the community. At Geneseo members fulfill this missiona through experiential learning working on PBL's committees, bringing speakers from various industries, student-faculty events, and various activities to benefit local charities.
Advisor: Dr. Mark Mitschow
Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management strives to educate the student body regarding the evolving field of human resource management, formerly called personnel. Through the use of speakers, company tours, and general membership meetings, we gear our activities to those that interest our students. We accept and encourage all majors.
Advisor: Dr. Avan Jassawalla
Society for Opportunity in Business
The purpose of the Society for Opportunity in Business is to unite diverse young women and men and give them the tools and networking skills essential to succeeding in the business world. We provide networking opportunities to female students by bringing business professionals to campus to speak to the organization about careers in a variety of business disciplines. We welcome all businesses and members in all fields of study. Our organization is also committed to giving back to the community by participating in a number of annual philanthropies.
Advisor: Mr. Robert Boyd