Student organizations are an important part of the Lewis College of Business and provide valuable interaction, knowledge, and experience for those who participate. There are incredible networking opportunities that have proven year after year to be one of the best sources of job opportunities upon graduation. Students in the College are encouraged to join at least one student group. Further information on student organizations may be obtained through the Lewis College of Business Deans’ Suite in Corbly Hall 107. Noted at the end of each organization is the location of the faculty contact with whom you may inquire about the group.
American Marketing Association
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Gamma Sigma
Dr. Ben Eng
Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO’s)
Delta Sigma Pi
Dr. Monisha Gupta
Financial Management Association
MUFMA is the Financial Management Association (FMA) student chapter at Marshall University. The aim of the society is to assist in the professional, educational, and social development of Marshall University students interested in finance, banking, and investments; provide an association for Marshall University students actively interested in these fields; and encourage interaction between business executives, faculty, and students of business and finance. Current President and Faculty Advisor of the chapter is Joshua Dauber and Dr. Mohammad Riaz Uddin, respectively.
Global and Multicultural Student Organization
The Global and Multicultural Student Organization provides its members with international business opportunities by exposing students to speakers, experiences, tools, and information from the international business world.
Dr. Boniface Yemba
Healthcare Executive Leaders of Marshall
Dr. Kent Willis
The purpose of the MIS (Management Information Systems) Club is to provide an opportunity for all MIS focused students to learn more about the MIS field, and prepare for the lucrative job and career opportunities in MIS. The MIS Club provides a forum for interaction with industry experts, MIS alumni, and faculty. All Majors Welcome.
Dr. Rick Weible
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) is an International Economics Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement of excellence in the field. Established in 1969 it is one of the largest academic honor societies and is fully recognized and accredited. Besides recognizing scholastic attainment in economics, ODE emphasizes the professional aspects of a career in economics for serving academia, business, government, and international organizations. ODE is open to all students and faculty in the field of economics.
Dr. Nabaneeta Biswas
Society for Advancement of Management
The mission of SAM (Society for Advancement of Management) is to provide an opportunity for the members to increase management skills and expertise through participation in programs and services designed to improve the professional quality of their knowledge, performance, and leadership ability. SAM is a nonprofit organization established in 1912 and founded for the purpose of promoting scientific study of the principles governing organized efforts in industrial and economic life. Today, we fulfill this mission through the study of management theory and practice.
Society for Human Resource Management
Dr. Marjorie McInerney