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Student Organizations: School of Business

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

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 forward to many great events!

Advisor: Dr. Harry Howe
Student Officer:  Rachel Zicari - President, Alyssa Locasio - Vice President, Christian Provenzano - Secretary, Laura Lopez - Treasurer, Ian Nohle - Academic Affairs, Sarah Baird - Web Master.
Website: https://www.geneseo.edu/accounting_society

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.

Advisor: Mr. James Quinn
Student Officers: President: Christina Schuppert, VP of Administration: Zachary Miller, VP of Finance: Michael Suchyna, VP of Membership: Shae Antonicelli, VP of Alumni Relations: Caroline Smith, Secretary: Maggie Keefe, Master of Rituals: Emma Brune, Historian: Lillian Simons, Risk Management: Jillian Fitzgerald, Chief Diversity Officer: Mathew Martinez.

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International. Beta Gamma Sigma invites the top 15% Business students.

Advisor:  Mark Mitschow

Finance Club

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.

Advisor: Professor Pan
Student Officer:  Zachary Barber - President, Alec Wolfe & David Abraham - Vice President, Jake Steffen - Secretary, Kristine Pereira - Treasurer, Nicholas Matzelle - Publicity Officer.

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.

Advisor: Dr. Ian Alam
Student Officer: Cecilia Kula - President, Carter Benton - Vice President, Mackenzie Ward - Secretary, Noah Gerlach - Treasurer, David Grasso & Lynzie McGeary - Fundraising, Mady Gillanders - Web Master.
Website: https://www.geneseo.edu/gma

Student Managed Inventment Fund (SMIF)

The Student Managed Investment Fund manages $380,000 of real money. The organization is run like a wealth management firm with all the different functions. Students interested in finance and stocks should clearly become members of the fund and actively participate on a team. All are welcome, prior knowledge is not needed and we provide training.

Advisor:  Robert Boyd
Student Officer:  

 

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

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
Student Officers: Walden Grady wlg4@geneseo.edu & Benjamin Bosak bb25@geneseo.edu - Co Presidents
Website: https://www.geneseo.edu/shrm

Women in Business

The Women in Business Club is an open-entry organization that strives to connect like-minded students. Our goals are to grow networks, form a sense of community, encourage personal and professional growth, and create opportunities to explore career paths.  The club expects to meet twice a month, focusing on relevant topics and hosting guest speakers.  Join us and please reach out to the club secretary for more information, Talia Itzcowitz at: tji100@geneseo.edu.

Advisors:  Mary Cannon, Liz Felski & Michelle Staebell
Student Officers:  Mariellen Penzer & Colleen Kennedy - Co Presidents, Megan Dwyre - Treasurer, Talia Itzcowitz - Secretary, Kara Beamish & Madison Mulder - Communication Chairs, Kiersten Colvin & Kelly McKeveny - Events, Kya Primm & Talia Danno - Class Reps 2023.