Student Clubs & Organizations
Students can meet and network with students and professionals who share their business and entrepreneurial interest. With approximately 17 student clubs and organizations, ranging from Enactus to the American Marketing Association (AMA), Whitman students are provided a chance to learn from professionals and demonstrate field leadership capabilities.
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Whitman Student Clubs
Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPSI)
Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPSI) is the world's largest and oldest professional business fraternity open to ALL majors on campus. Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.
Assistant Professor of Accounting - Kofi Okyere, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Practice - John Petosa, email@example.com
Clinical Assistant Professor of Statistics - Georgette Nicolaides, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student President: Chelsea Ransom-Coope, email@example.com
American Marketing Association
The AMA is an international professional body, consisting of students and industry representatives whose purpose is to promote interest in the practice and study of marketing. The organization, through its activities, strives for the professional development of its members and for the application of science and ethics in the marketing discipline.
The American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) is an international, professional society, representing manufacturing, service, and resource management professionals worldwide. More than 2,000 companies and 70,000 individuals worldwide are members of APICS.
Professor of Supply Chain Management Fred Easton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) is a professional service fraternity that includes accounting, finance, and IST majors. Members discuss current issues concerning professions and take advantage of networking opportunities.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Gamma Sigma is a national business honor society whose mission is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business and personal and professional excellence in the practice of business. One of the objectives of the organization is to foster an enduring commitment to the principles and values of honor, integrity, the pursuit of wisdom, and earnestness. Membership is considered the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in an undergraduate or master's program at an accredited school.
The Case Study Club (CSC)
The Case Study Club provides programs that can enhance students' business strategy thinking skills, including current issue discussions; case analysis practices; interview questions practices; and local business consulting.
Clinical Associate Professor of Finance Pierre Yourougou, email@example.com
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is an international business fraternity that includes all business majors. Members get together weekly to discuss a variety of professional, fundraising, community service and other events to help our members gain valuable leadership, motivational and learning skills.
The Entrepreneurship Club
The Entrepreneurship Club is dedicated to encouraging the spirit of entrepreneurship among the Syracuse University student body and to supporting the needs of students who are interested in entrepreneurship. The Club is supported by the Whitman School's Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises Department and the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship.
Student president: James Ransom, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Family Business Club
The Family Business Club is dedicated to preparing students for the unique challenges of working for and running a family business. The goal is to improve the professional development of members through the exchange of ideas, best practices, and experiences.
The Financial Management Association
The Financial Management Association is open to all students across the Syracuse University campus who have a general interest in finance, the club broadens this common interest and helps develop the financial practice, knowledge, and expertise of its members.
Student President: Dylan Weinberger, email@example.com
Franklin Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Syracuse University Roundtable
The CSCMP Syracuse University Roundtable welcomes anyone interested in learning more about supply chain management. Through various field trips and guest speakers throughout the year, the club provides the opportunity to see supply chain management in action as well as learn more about current events and issues affecting the field.Faculty advisor:
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Practice Gary La Point, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student President: Colin Morgan, email@example.com
International Business Association
The International Business Association is dedicated to providing students an exposure to the increasingly international nature of business. The IBA take trips to companies with international operations, brings in speakers to discuss the workings of international business, and provides a forum to learn from the collective experiences of our diverse student population.
Kiebach Chair in International Business Peter Koveos, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Investment Club consists of students in a variety of majors from throughout the university and meets weekly to actively manage trade a portfolio consisting of over $100K in real cash, and discuss stocks, ETFs, commodities, and much more.
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
NABA represents the interests of minorities participating in the fields of accounting, auditing, business, consulting, finance, and information technology. Their mission is to address the professional needs of our members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance arenas.Faculty advisor:
Senior Associate Dean Randy Elder, email@example.com
Assistant Professor of Accounting Kofi Appiah Okyere, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student President: Charon Chermaine Singleton, email@example.com
An international nonprofit organization with more than 7,000 members, whose mission is to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.
Assistant Professor Alejandro Amezcua, firstname.lastname@example.org
Real Estate Club
Established to provide a forum for students with an interest in real estate to learn more about the industry. The areas of real estate that are coved by guest speakers and site visits include: architecture, construction, development, finance, law, management, and sales.
Associate Professor of Finance Yildiray Yildirim, email@example.com
Syracuse University Enactus is a student organization that strives to make a sustainable world socially, environmentally and economically. Working on projects with a local, national, and global reach the SU-SIFE team currently works on 10 different projects involving the efforts of over 80 students on campus.Faculty advisor:
Professor of Retail Practice Amanda Nicholson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student President: Kelley Long, email@example.com
Whitman Consulting Club
Its mission is to nurture, develop, and enhance the skills of members interested in pursuing a career in consulting. We strive to create future consultants by educating members about consulting careers and industry, offering practical experiences by working on real life projects, and providing career preparation and networking opportunities.
Assistant Professor of Management Don Cardarelli, firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Professor of Marketing Practice Scott Lathrop email@example.com
Director of Experiential Learning Amy McHale, firstname.lastname@example.org
WGSO (Whitman Graduate Student Organization)
Aims to enrich the Whitman School's graduate programs experience through social, cultural, and community oriented activities and events, while also assisting the Whitman School in accomplishing its goals and honoring its core values.
Director of Experiential Learning Amy McHale, email@example.com
Whitman Student Government
The Whitman Student Government works to strengthen the Whitman community by managing important aspects of student life at the School of Management. The organization includes five executive board members and one student representative from each class.
Student President: Brett Kaplan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Whitman Women in Business
Seeks to foster women’s involvement in the business community. The objective is to provide a forum for the Whitman community to engage in a dialogue about women’s involvement in business and leadership, as well as seeking engagement in essential networking and mentoring opportunities.
Assistant Professor Of Accounting Practice - MaryAnn Montforte, email@example.com