Clubs and Organizations
There are several clubs and organizations available to students in the Walter E. Heller College of Business.
Delta Mu Delta, an international honor society in business, offers membership by invitation only. Contact faculty advisor Professor Undine Stinnette for more information.
RU-SHRM is the Roosevelt University chapter of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management). SHRM is a national organization dedicated to education and promotion in the field of human resource management. With over 200,000 members worldwide, SHRM is the largest professional organization devoted to the human resource profession. Contact faculty advisor Dr. Carolyn Wiley for more information.
NABA (National Association of Black Accountants) is dedicated to expanding the influence of minority professionals in the fields of accounting and finance. Contact faculty advisor Undine Stinnette or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
RU AMA (Roosevelt University American Marketing Association) is dedicated to bringing real-life hands on work experience to its members and to develop and showcase the comprehension of marketing on a local level. The main goal of RU AMA is for students who share similar interests to come together to create and communicate value in a collective movement. Contact faculty advisor Jeffrey Heilbrunn for more information.
NET IMPACT is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world. Contact faculty advisor Dr. Raed Elaydi for more information.
The Roosevelt University Student Chapter of ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) will provide excellent opportunities to connect and collaborate with the professionals in this field, mentoring opportunities and enhance your leadership and communication skills. Contact faculty advisor Dr. Husam Abu Khadra for more information.
The mission of the Accounting Club is to promote interest in the accounting profession as a career, educate students about the various career paths available to accountants, discuss the benefits of the CPA designation, and provide opportunities through networking. The club hosts career workshops with recruiters, and events that give students the opportunity to network with accountants, CPAs, and other business leaders, introducing students to a broad range of public and private accounting careers. Contact president Lupe Cotto or faculty advisor Dr. Husam Abu Khadra for more information.
The objective of the Finance & Investment Club is to provide the HCB students interested in finance and related careers the resources, tools, and guidance needed to successfully reach their professional goals. Professional development and guidance is going to be the fundamental aspect of this club and members will be provided with numerous opportunities to develop the necessary skills to navigate the recruiting process and succeed in their career. Ultimately, the goal is to build the next generation of finance professionals to continue the legacy of success at the Heller College of Business. Contact faculty advisor Professor Tanweer Hasan for more information.