Student Organizations

Exclusive FCBE Students Organizations


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Fogelman Student Delegate Board

The Student Delegate Board aims to encourage other students to choose the Fogelman College of Business and Economics as their college of choice. This group strives to provide quality customer service to students, parents, event sponsors and visiting personnel. Additionally, they offer informational support for students, parents and visitors regarding academic programs, student activities and campus life. Their goal is to enrich the experience for all FCBE students and to serve as a liaison between the students and the administration.

Staff Advisor: Felicia Roddy-Jackson
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Fogelman Women in Leadership (FWL)

FWL offers monthly programming for all UofM female students to interact and learn how to become the most successful leader she can be. In this program, students are granted the opportunity to identify their career success strategies and hear from top-tier female professionals and their “real world” leadership lessons.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kathy Tuberville
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Memphis Institute for Leadership Education (MILE)

MILE's mission is to prepare Fogelman College students to be future leaders in Memphis and the Mid-South through leadership development programs and mentoring. We match highly motivated, high ability students with Memphis business leaders and provide leadership education and training through a structured six month program.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kurt Kraiger
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Student Veterans in Business Association (SVBA)

This organization focuses on assisting student veterans in developing the professional skills they need to successfully start a promising career upon graduation. The SVBA also works to enhance the student veteran experience by providing opportunities for integration into campus life and culture, as well as the Memphis community.

Staff Advisors: Marja Martin-Carruth April Mitchell

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Hispanic Business Student Association (HBSA)

HBSA was created to provide a space where Hispanic business students can meet others like them and learn more about career opportunities tailored to Hispanics studying business. 

Faculty Advisor: Diana Ruggiero
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Exclusive Program Specific Student Organizations


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Beta Alpha Psi

As the premier professional accounting and business information academic organization, Beta Alpha Psi recognizes academic excellence and complements members’ formal education by providing interaction between students, faculty and professionals, as well as fostering lifelong growth, service and ethical conduct.

Faculty Advisor: Jeff Nevels
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American Marketing Association (AMA)

UofM’s AMA Chapter is dedicated to empowering students throughout their marketing journey. They do this through access to resources, networking opportunities, and professional development. The goal is for student marketers to learn, grow and connect through speakers, events and networking opportunities that promote education and marketing excellence.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Tracy Cosenza
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Association for Management Information Systems (AMIS)

The Association for Management Information Systems (AMIS) is a registered student organization open to both graduate and undergraduate students interested in a career in information technology. The mission of AMIS is to introduce students into the IT profession and to provide students with opportunities that will enhance their educational and social development as an IT professional. Throughout the year, AMIS hosts both professional events: (field trips, guest speakers, discussion panels) and social events (knowledge bowl contest, member appreciation parties etc.)

Faculty Advisors: Robert Rose & Dr. Scott Vann
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Financial Management Association

The Financial Management Association is a student led club dedicated to promoting interest in Finance and related areas. Students may hear speakers from the professional world and learn about opportunities in corporate finance, banking and investments. This group encourages participation in internships and helps students to learn about opportunities for graduate studies in business and finance.

Faculty Advisor: Frederick Dewald III
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Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a professional organization dedicated to the professional advancement of human resource (HR) management. The University of Memphis Student Chapter of SHRM provides innovative programming for students to learn more about the HR profession and to network with local HR professionals via professional chapter meetings, seminars, job shadowing and internship opportunities.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kathy Tuberville
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Lambda Alpha International (LAI) – Real Estate Fraternity

Lambda Alpha Real Estate Student Organization is sponsored by Lambda Alpha International (LAI), an honorary society for the advancement of land economics. LAI provides a forum for the study and advancement of land economics where the "winnowing and sifting" of ideas takes place in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Those students interested in the field of real estate are invited to join us in several meetings to hear industry professionals and to learn about potential career opportunities.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mark Sunderman
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Supply Chain Management Student Association (SCMA)

The Supply Chain Management Student Association provides students with an opportunity to learn more about the supply chain field and to network with industry leaders. Guest speakers are invited to engage with students each semester. These professional experts share their business knowledge by presenting current challenges and victories from the field. SCMA also exposes students to other presentations on a variety of topics, that include supply chain jobs and resume building. Students receive the rare opportunity to tour leading supply chain companies whose headquarters and/or distribution centers reside in our metropolitan community.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ernie Nichols
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