School of Business Student Clubs
The School of Business is home of some of the most active and dynamic student clubs, which are open to all students interested in business. Honor societies are available for those who are majoring in the School of Business.
American Marketing Association
AMA is sponsored by the Puget Sound Chapter of the National American Marketing Association. AMA helps foster connections between students and the university, as well as local professionals. Hosting campus activities, studying businesses and networking with professionals in the area allows students to learn and apply marketing techniques. Membership is open to students of all disciplines. Meetings and speakers often occur on Wednesdays at 7:00pm in Morken 137. Please visit the AMA Facebook page for schedule and announcements of upcoming events.
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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Qin Zhang
PLU AMA Facebook Page
Beta Alpha Psi
Delta Rho Chapter
Beta Alpha Psi is a nonprofit international honorary and service organization for financial information students and professionals. The Delta Rho chapter offers opportunities for self development and encourages ethical, social, and public responsibilities. Membership is open to students intending to concentrate in accounting and finance who have maintained 3.0 GPA. Meetings are every other Wednesday from 6pm to 7:30pm in Morken 105.
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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Abby Liu, Dr. Kris Parsons
Beta Gamma Sigma
Delta of Washington Chapter
Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership is by induction for business students with a cumulative GPA in the top 10% of juniors, 10% of seniors, or 20% of graduate students. It is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Catherine Ha
Society for Human Resource Management
SHRM is sponsored by the Northwest Human Resource Management Association. The Human Connection, PLU’s Charter SHRM, is open to all students whose purpose is to develop, improve, and apply successful human resource management skills in today’s market place. Opportunities are present to foster valuable contacts in the business industry. SHRM provides guest speakers in the local HR field throughout the school year.
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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ralph Flick
Mary Lund-Davis Undergraduate Student Investment Fund
The Mary Lund-Davis Student Investment Fund was established in 1982. The fund’s objective is to provide real world investment experience to members. Students of all majors are welcome. Board members must have completed or be enrolled in Business 302. Members meet Mondays from 7-8pm in Morken 132. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or see website: https://sites.google.com/a/plu.edu/sif/
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ben Chen
PLU School of Business Ambassadors
PLU School of Business Ambassadors (SoBA) is a highly selective group of undergraduate students who work with the Dean and Undergraduate Director to promote the school’s programs, activities, and services. Ambassadors present at information sessions, coordinate recruitment activities for prospective students, represent the School of Business at special events, and help promote student engagement within the PLU community and the School of Business. Most importantly, SoBAs share their love for the PLU School of Business.
The PLU School of Business is always looking for students to become Ambassadors. If you want to share your love of the PLU School of Business please contact Julie Paulsen or anyone of our Ambassadors. SoBA recruitment is generally held during the spring semester. Click here to learn how you can be an ambassador
Gary Baughn MSF Graduate Student Investment Fund
The Gary Baughn MSF Student Investment Fund provides Master’s students the opportunity to manage an investment portfolio to enhance their analytical abilities and gain real world experience investing in global markets. Students in the MSF and MBA programs are welcome.