The Kania School of Management sponsors clubs because we understand that students need a balance between studies, social activities, and service opportunities. Involvement in one or more of these organizations will enhance your college career, provide a basis for developing lasting friendships, a sense of belonging and a foundation for establishing a professional network of contacts among your fellow students, faculty and prominent business people. For more information about KSOM Clubs, contact the faculty moderator.
- American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) is a professional organization of men and women who practice the art and science of production and inventory management. Membership in the Scranton student chapter is open to all Kania School of Management students, at any time. Several dinners meetings are held annually and feature prestigious speakers. APICS also sponsors a student night, plant tours and career day. The national organization offers all members both an executive placement service and certification program. Annual dues are $15.00.
Moderator: Dr. Ying Chien, office - 322 Brennan Hall,
phone - 941-740
- The Business Club is the oldest of all currently functioning clubs in the Kania School of Management. One of the annual highlights is the fall dinner, featuring a speaker who is usually an alumnus. The dinner is attended by a number of national and local recruiters. Other activities include fall and spring socials and a bus trip to the New York Stock Exchange. Membership is open to all business majors at any time during the academic year. Annual dues are $10.00.
Moderator: Dr. Len Tischler, office - 346 Brennan Hall,
phone - 941-7782, email - email@example.com
- The Finance Club allows students to participate in a variety of professional, educational and social activities. The club is affiliated with the Financial Management Association, a national association of financial professionals. Students who meet the requirements may join the FMA National Honor Society. The FMA National Honor Society is the only international honorary which specifically recognizes outstanding achievement in the discipline of finance. Annual dues are $5.00.
Moderator: Dr. John Kallianiotis, office - 310 Brennan Hall, phone - 941-7577, email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Business Club was founded in 2000 and is the newest organization in the Kania School of Management. The club gives students interested in International Business a perspective on how business is conducted in various parts of the world. The IB Club sponsors guest speakers which include professionals in international business, academics, and alumni. There are opportunities to attend conferences, workshops, and tour businesses firms. The club is opened to all who an interest in the field of world business. Annual dues are $10.00.
Moderator: Dr. Susan Trussler, office - 440 Brennan Hall, phone - 941-6122, email -email@example.com
The Management Club was founded and helps to provide information to its members about both the professional opportunities and the skills that are needed to achieve success after graduation. It involves activities that range from social, educational to community service. Fund raisers and guest speakers are also a large part of our scheduled projects. Speakers usually include alumni, local professionals, and recruiters. Finally, it provides the chance to interact, on a more personal level, with not only other students, but faculty and staff as well. Membership is open to all majors. Annual dues are $10.00.
Moderator: Dr. Gerald Biberman, office - 344 Brennan Hall, phone - 941-7707, email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing Club is affiliated with the American Marketing Association and is open to all KSOM students. Members are eligible for student membership in the national organization, and in the national marketing honorary. Among the regular activities of the club are fund raisers, community service projects, socials, movie nights, and field trips. Our '"Big Brother/Big Sister program" benefits freshmen and sophomores particularly. The annual dues are $7.00.
Moderator: Dr. Delia Sumrall, office - 433 Brennan Hall, phone -941-6228, email -email@example.com
Society of Accounting Students provides an opportunity for accounting students to 1) become more knowledgeable about their options in the accounting profession, 2) develop interpersonal skills that will enhance their success in the accounting profession, and 3) meet with other accounting students, KSOM faculty, and accounting professional. Activities include information sessions on various aspects of interviewing and the opportunities and challenges in the accounting profession, and social events with faculty and accounting professional. Membership is open to all accounting majors. Dues are $15.00.
Moderator: Dr. Frank Linton, office - 439 Brennan Hall, phone - 941-7696, email -firstname.lastname@example.org