The Actuarial Society expands public awareness about the actuarial science profession and major to potential candidates throughout NYU. The society aims at networking and creating long lasting relationships with companies and alumni. The Society informs and prepares the members beyond what the curriculum can do.
Welcome to the Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi at New York University. AKPsi is the premier co-ed business professional fraternity in the world with over 250 chapters in the United States, Europe and Canada. Founded in 1904, AKPsi focuses its activities on professional development and brotherhood. Brothers of AKPsi are among the best students interested in business and involved in the campus and in the community. Notable alumni of AKPsi include Sam Walton, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Mr. JC Penney and countless others.
*Recognize scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting, finance, and information system. *Provide a forum in which students interested in business may interact with,learn more about, and create networks with working professionals. *To promote leadership, integrity, continuous learning, and service through participation in a variety of rewarding professional, social, and community activities. *Recognize individuals whose time and efforts contribute significantly to promoting the fraternity. *Create fraternity among our members to enhance social, as well as academic ideals. *Service the student body, the University, and the greater community.
To promote the practical value of the Business-Politics interfaces.
The Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, as the name implies, not only sets a precedent for all others to follow, but is also a symbol of excellence in everything that we do. Delta Sigma Pi is the foremost international business fraternity with 250 chapters, 200,000+ members, and organized to promote closer affiliation between the business world and students with soaring aspirations. The brothers and sisters of the Alpha Chapter are ambitious, fast thinkers always looking for a challenge and striving for success. First and foremost we are a business fraternity, and our members are constantly exposed to executive speakers, employers, and networking events. Yet we strongly feel that a social balance is vital, and we hold events to help our members relax, expand into new social circles, and most importantly have a good time while at NYU and beyond. Delta Sigma Pi doesnâ€™t just open up the world of opportunity, it brings it to you. Show your interest in DSP, and youâ€™re sure to have fun, make the right connections, and undoubtedly walk the same path as todayâ€™s Tycoons of Industry and CEOâ€™s of Fortune 500â€™s worldwide. All Stern majors and CAS economics majors are encouraged to attend our interest meetings and events.
*Recruit Extraordinary Students: The Society's members have been selected by a panel of distinguished university student leaders to have demonstrated the highest academic and entrepreneurial achievement among the university's students of economics and business. Our organization seeks to encourage a greater awareness of key economic and social issues both in our members and in the greater university community, to facilitate learning opportunities that augment the curricula, and to foster professional development. *Host Prominent Speakers: The Society hosts intimate roundtable discussions that afford its members exposure to the world's premier authorities in the field of economics, eminent business executives, and foremost leaders in government and public affairs. *Professional Exposure: In addition to roundtable events, small luncheons offer members the opportunity to meet mentors and network with prominent faculty and professionals in pursuits of research, higher academia, and professional careers. *Promising Future: The Society seeks for its members the best contacts in law, economics, business, and finance. Our network of alumni work in the world's top firms, including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, Credit Suisse, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Bear Stearns, Bank of America, D.E. Shaw, SAC Capital Advisors, Barclays Capital and McKinsey & Co. Even within our organization, the friendships made today will create the successful partnerships of tomorrow.
The Finance Society strives to prepare members for the looming challenges that await young business professionals entering the world of finance. We are one of the largest student-run organizations at NYU Stern and warmly welcome anyone to attend our numerous events throughout the semester.
The International Business Association (IBA) is a pre-professional student run organization at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Our mission is to promote global thinking amongst the Stern student body. We do so by aligning our activities with, and complementing, the international study components of NYU Stern's undergraduate curriculum. We also work to increase the awareness of global affairs and to foster the discussion and exchange of ideas amongst Stern students. Our professional program promotes the value of international careers, and tries to create a better understanding of business through events with experts from diverse fields.
IAG is to be the one-stop-shop for students who want to actualize their potential. We at IAG no longer look at IAG as a recreational club. While school clubs usually focus a lot on connecting students to the "real" world via networking events, we seek to actualize the potential of our members by fostering an environment of real possibilities. We try to mimic, as closely as possible, a complete equities research organization. From the presentations that we produce, to the weekly publications that we have, IAG prides itself in being professional - something that sets us apart.
The mission of Phi Chi Theta is to provide a national and local network to share resources, ideas, and concepts. To accomplish this, we organize an extensive lecture series each semester, which provides opportunities to interact and network with established professionals from various backgrounds. In addition, we present annual alumni panels and occasional resume and interviewing workshops.
Pride Corp Mission Statement
1. Promote diversity in the Stern community.
2. Increase awareness of LGBT issues at school and in the workplace.
3. Foster significant relationships with professional organizations and affiliated LGBT networks.
4. Offer a forum for LGBT students and allies to connect and understand diversity concerns facing each group.
Welcome to the online home of Stern Business & Law Association! Feel free to take a look around.
Join us in learning about what lies at the intersection of business and law. Our events are held every other week in Tisch Hall. We look forward to seeing you there! As the winner of the 2008 ICC club award for Best Food, SBLA will be serving lunches you don't want to miss!
SBLA focuses on encouraging students to explore the various intersections of business and law. To this end, we host diverse speakers at various stages in their legal career and organize events advising potential applicants on the law school admissions process. By informing fellow NYU students about the interchange between business and law, SBLA surveys an often-overlooked field in our undergraduate business education.
The Stern Business Ethics Society (SBES) recognizes the importance of strong principles within and throughout business practices. We aim to build character by promoting high moral standards in both the professional and personal dimensions of a student's life. Most importantly, we strive to show students how business ethics is not only courageous and contagious, but also inexhaustible and invaluable. It is with tremendous honor that we bring this to the NYU community and our future business leaders.
Stern Cares is an organization at the Stern School of Business that promotes a socially responsible attitude within the NYU community. We provide many community service opportunities that are not only fun, but also self-fulfilling. There is no better way to enrich yourself and the world than by improving the lives of others. If you are interested in volunteering for one of our events, please send us an e-mail with your Name and NetID (e-mail address).
The Stern Real Estate Group (SREG) strives to bring a greater understanding of the real estate industry to undergraduates. SREG achieves this goal through both professional speakers and student presentations. Located in New York City, the real estate capital of the world, SREG invites speakers from the top ranks of the real estate industry to its meetings. In the past, individuals such as William Mack of Mack-Cali, David Henry, CIO of Kimco Realty, and Kenneth Horn, President of Alchemy Properties Inc., have come to discuss their experiences. In addition, SREG takes advantage of the broad academic offerings at New York University by asking speakers from other departments and schools to speak to the group.
he Stern & Tisch Entertainment Business Association brings together a diverse and talented group of students at NYU who share a common interest in the entertainment industry. STEBA provides a forum for student interaction with industry professionals as well as a grounded platform for students to gain experience in their chosen field. Emphasis is placed on the everchanging worlds of film, television, music, print, and theater. Though STEBA is firmly grounded in the prestigious Stern and Tisch schools, membership is open to students from all NYU undergraduate colleges.
To promote student awareness of current issues in the field of marketing and to expose them to various career opportunities through assorted professional events.
This is a forum for all women at NYU interested in business. We promote women's initiatives and bridging the male-female ratio gap prevalent in underrepresented business industries. We hope to create a professional network for women at NYU. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to join our list-serv and receive news on our exciting events!