Student Organizations and Opportunities
International Business Society (IBS)
Advisor: Dr. Nat Natarajan
This new student organization in the College of Business is open to allTennessee Tech students interested in international business, study tours abroad, and study abroad programs. The members of this organization will assist with the annual Window on the World festival. Other activities include field trips to companies that do business globally, special projects involving other countries, and arranging presentations on international business topics.
Advisor: Dr. Meral Anitsal
The Marketing Club is a service organization open to all marketing majors and business students. The club focuses on career development and job placement in the marketing field. Recruiting occurs in the fall; however, students may join the club at any time. Activities include monthly meetings, guest lectures, fund-raisers, participation in National Mark eting Week, and various social events. The Mark eting Club has won numerous international honors for business scholarship as well as club activities from the professional division of the American Mark eting Association.
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Advisor: Dr. Bruce Throckmorton
Economics, finance, and agricultural economics majors may become members of this organization by invitation. Juniors and seniors with a 3.0 QPA in at least twelve semester hours of economics courses are considered for membership.
Society for the Advancement of Finance and Economics (SAFE)
This organization is open to all students interested in a finance or economics major. Letters concerning the organization are mailed to students who have declared such majors, but interested freshmen and sophomores are also welcome to join. Activities include guest lectures, a fund-raiser, and social events. The society also helps coordinate the internship program. Tutoring is made available through members of this organization.