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Clubs in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business
Contact Person: Zach Volin
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We, Students For Liberty, will work to promote the ideas of classical liberalism, these being the protection of individual freedoms both economic and social. We believe that only through the protection of individual liberty, can peace and prosperity exist. In order to achieve these goals, we advocate for the reduction of government and other authorities to their constitutional bounds, and to deny them the exercise of power beyond their legal constraints. This advocacy shall be realized through engaging and educating the student body and supporting political candidates who espouse these ideals.
Contact Person: Kayla Spencer
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The purpose of AIS is to help students who are interested in Information Systems (IS) to get networked with professionals, gain the skills needed to get employed, and ultimately get a great career in IS.
Contact Person: Jenny Jones
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Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is by invitation only and is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International.
Contact Person: David Olsen
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Business intelligence is a way of using computers to manipulate and analyze large amounts of data to help understand and predict business trends. Business intelligence is the future of making decisions in business.
Contact Person: Carson Young
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The national Financial Planning Association currently serves more than 25,000 members — financial planners, associated professionals, academics, students, large firms and independent practitioners — who lead and manage more than 15,500 organizations. The Utah State Student Chapter is affiliated with the Utah FPA Chapter. Officers in the Student Chapter plan monthly professional meetings, service activities, and the Annual Banquet and Financial Careers Fair. The professional meetings present wonderful opportunities to learn the dynamic details of financial planning while networking with prestigious financial planners with real experience. Service activities provide students hands-on financial experience in the community. The Annual Banquet and Financial Careers Fair connects students and financial planners in a networking environment like no other.
Contact Person: Ryan Westover
Contact Email: Rewestover@gmail.com
Offers a specific student organization for HR graduate students. We offer further professional development as well as opportunities for alumni networking and additional education.
Contact Person: Brent Meacham
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Phi Beta Lambda, PBL is the collegiate level of FBLA or Future Business Leaders of America, the largest and oldest business student organization in the nation. It is an organization for those looking to develop leadership, communication, and team skills, or, those simply looking for an organization to meet and network with others at the local, state, or national levels. Members of PBL not only participate in service projects, workshops, and other meetings on the local level, but they also take part in state and national competitions and conferences. For more information, please visit fbla-pbl.org
Contact Person: Matt Krambule
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The Society for International Business and Economic Development (SIBED) is a club housed in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business focusing on the strategic role businesses can play in the development of people and the communities where they live. SIBED focuses on 3 specific pillars: Corporate Social Responsibility, Global Issues Awareness, and Promotion of Student International Experiences. The Society for International Business and Economic Development (SIBED) aims to promote the role of students and organizations in advancing global society. SIBED focuses on three areas: (1) expanding awareness of international opportunities for academic and professional development, (2) developing knowledge and understanding of current issues in international business and development, and (3) being an advocate for corporate and humanitarian social responsibility.
Contact Person: Erica Black
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Create awareness and provide education regarding women in business. Mentor other women inspiring them to get involved and follow business pursuits. Network to provide opportunities to promote awareness of women in the Huntsman School of Business, bringing in new mutually beneficial contacts for USU. Recruit more women to business studies (including accounting, finance, MIS, etc).