DECA DELTA EPSILON CHI
The Accounting Society promotes interest in Accounting. At meeting speakers talks on accounting subjects of interest to students. Recently representatives from DeVry Institute spoke to students on skills needed in the workplace. A recent guest speaker from the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs spoke to students about consumer rights. Kathleen Swift, CPA from Ernst and Young, spoke to students about accounting opportunities.
The Accounting Society meets monthly. Meeting days and times are announced in campus newspapers. For additional information contact Professor Davidowitz at 718-368-5555.
The faculty advisor is Professor Michelle Davidowitz. The club also has an outside advisor, Kathleen Swift, CPA from Ernst and Young. Ms. Swift will keep club members informed of activities in the accounting profession that may be of particular interest to members.
The DECA club is a chapter of the national organization for college students preparing for careers in marketing and fashion. Participation in competitive conferences are a goal of each chapter. Members get ready for national competitions by participating in "on campus" activities. Members select a marketing or fashion area to specialize in for each competition.
For additional information contact Professors Scerbinskior Mastrianni at 718 368-5555
To provide an opportunity for members to increase management skills and expertise by participating in programs and services that stress knowledge, professionalism, performance, and leadership ability.
2001 International Conference
SAM was founded in 1912 by colleagues and disciples of Frederick Taylor, the "Father of Scientific Management." It is a nonprofit organization run and built by hundreds of volunteers. SAM is an organization that focuses on general management skills. It believes that every individual interested in management should belong to SAM in addition to other associations in specific disciplines.
Members come from a variety of disciplines - production, finance, marketing, accounting, research and development, and entrepreneurship - but share a common bond of interest in becoming stronger managers. SAM's key strength is its diversity of membership - including academicians, practitioners and students. SAM builds bridges among these three groups not only to better share management expertise, but also to develop and promote new management ideas.
SAM abounds with opportunities for professional development. Members meet management and academic leaders from around the world; share thoughts with their peers through presentations, publications, and interactive sessions at both the local and national levels; and define and guide management thinking into the future.
Dr. Fredric L. Mayerson Department of Business(718) 368-5555