Honor Societies and Professional Organizations
Student Leadership Is All About Opportunity
Making an Impact with Student Organizations
Lubin student organizations help students develop their academic and professional careers through activities, events, collaboration, and networking. Leadership opportunities are available for students to participate in the executive boards of the organizations; these are great for students to sharpen their leaderships and time management skills, and build up their resumes. Guest speakers, civic service, company tours, internship and career panels, and social events are just a small part of Lubin's student life. Lubin's student leaders are known as achievers. They consistently receive national and regional recognition for their accomplishments
Looking for Lubin graduate student organizations? Visit www.pace.edu/lubin/gradorganizations.
Beta Alpha Psi
BAP complements members' formal education by providing interaction among students, faculty, and professionals, and fosters lifelong growth, service, and ethical conduct. Students' perspective of the Accounting and Finance fields are broadened through lecture series and office visits. For more information, visit the Web site, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact faculty advisor Professor Steven Mezzio at email@example.com.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Their mission is to encourage and honor academic achievement and support personal and professional excellence in the practice of business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is by invitation only, and has lifetime duration. Eligible students are in the upper 10 percent of the junior or senior class or the upper 20 percent of the graduating master's class. For mor e information, visit the Web site or contact the faculty advisor on your campus.
Sigma Iota Epsilon
SIE is both an honorary and professional fraternity. Members must have demonstrated superior scholarship in the classroom. SIE is affiliated with the Academy of Management, the world's leading scholarly and academic management professional society. As a professional fraternity, the SIE National Office and its sixty-three local chapters across the country conduct numerous programs aimed at bridging the gap between management theory and management practices. For more information, visit the Web site or contact advisor Professor Winston Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This organization gives students the opportunity to network with various recruiters and potential employers, and learn from Pace alumni. For more information, e-mail Professor Barbara Farrell at email@example.com.
American Marketing Association
Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)
ALPFA is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for business students and professionals, and strives to expand minority leadership in the global workforce. Students of all backgrounds are welcome to join. For more information, visit their Web site, or e-mail Professor Ping Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts and Entertainment Management Industry Network (AEMIN)
AEMIN's objective is to organize events that enhance knowledge, expand competitive strength, broaden networking opportunities, and improve academic, professional, and social networking experiences of Lubin students. For more information, e-mail Professor Chris Ramos at email@example.com.
Ascend's Lubin chapter provides support to students in their careers by providing network events, resume critiques and interview workshops by professionals and recruiters. For more information, e-mail Professor Liora Schulman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Club hosts educational, inspirational, and fun events, with the goal of building a diverse and inclusive community centered around the makeup industry. For more information, visit their Web site, or e-mail Professor Jonathan Lee at email@example.com.
The Entrepreneurship Club brings together future entrepreneurs across disciplines The Club supports all the colleges at Pace and bring together future entrepreneurs across disciplines to study and learn together, learn from each other, and immerse themselves in the NYC startup community. The Club is closely aligned with Pace Entrepreneurship Lab. For more information, e-mail Professor Jonathan Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Varise Cooper at email@example.com
The focus on financial markets, security analysis, and career opportunties outside of the classroom prepares members for the real world.For more information, e-mail Professor Jouahn Nam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hospitality and Tourism Association (HATA)
HATA provides students with educational experience beyond their course work, helping them to become future business leaders and entrepreneurs in the industry. In addition to having an industry-exclusive career fair, HATA organizes events and initiatives with local, state, and national businesses and communities. For more information, e-mail Professor Claudia Green at email@example.com.
Institute for Operations Research and the Management (INFORMS)
Their objectives is to encourage interest in the field, and provide an informal means of exchanging information about the ever-changing methods and techniques used in the industry. For more information, e-mail Professor Janice Winch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Management Association (IMA)
The IMA creates opportunities for students who are looking to network with professionals in the field and for students who want to know more about the International Management major. For more information, e-mail Professor Claudia Green at email@example.com.
Lubin Business Association (LBA)
LBA works with other student organizations to produce and host campus events that teach the essential skills necessary to become successful in a business discipline. for business majors. LBA works with other student organizations to produce and host campus events. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact faculty advisor Professor Barbara Farrell at email@example.com.
Profashionals strives to assist the professional development of undegraduate and graduate students through industry lectures, guest speakers, and networking panels to guides students of fashion to industry leaders. For more information, visit their Web site, or e-mail Mr. Jimmy Woods-Corwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pace Advertising Club (Ad Club)
AdClub strives to transform regular students into career professionals. They provide a space for ambitious minds to meet, collaborate, and showcase their abilities. Through speaker series and informational panels they hope to ignite every student's creativity and passion for life. For more information, visit their Web site, or e-mail Professor Larry Chiagouris at email@example.com or Professor Conrad Nankin firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pace Investment Club
The Pace Investment Club introduces students to the topics, concepts and professional expertise of the discipline of finance. All majors are welcome to join and learn about current market and economic data, trending topics, and investment opportunities. For more information, visit their Web site, or e-mail Professor Marcus Braga Alves at email@example.com.
Women in Corporate America (WICA)
WICA provides opportunities for students to network and enhance their professional skills by building inner strength, excelling professionally and academically, and helping fellow students succeed in our community. For more information, e-mail Helene Cruz at Hcruz@pace.edu.
Graduate Student Organizations
Graduate student organizations provide opportunities to broaden professional networks, develop relationships with faculty and fellow students, gain knowledge of industry trends and opportunities, strengthen career-related skills, acquire leadership positions, and support student success in the academic, professional, and personal arenas. arenas. For more information, visit the Web site, e-mail Lubin Graduate Advisement.