Business: Student Clubs & Organizations

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Phi Beta Lamda

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the post-secondary version of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at the high school level.  PBL is a nonprofit education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields.  The philanthropic cause of Marywood's chapter of the Phi Beta Lambda National Organization is Habitat For Humanity, and students have the opportunity to participate in state competitions and community events.

Delta Mu Delta

Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society that recognizes and rewards the scholastic achievements of business administration students. When business students at Marywood are inducted into the Iota Lambda Chapter, they become members of Delta Mu Delta.

The name Delta Mu Delta signifies through knowledge, power. This power is not uncontrolled aggression, but the power to manage for social and economic good. Delta Mu Delta membership is a lifetime achievement. It's the highest national recognition a business student can earn.

Marywood Aviators

The purpose of the Marywood Aviators is to provide pilots and other aviation enthusiasts with more knowledge of the industry.

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Accounting & Finance Club

The Accounting & Finance Club aims to further develop a deeper understanding of the Accounting and Finance professions in the real world. This objective is achieved through guest speakers within the profession, networking opportunities, and community service events.

The Pacer Investment Fund

The Pacer Investment Fund is an innovative answer to the ongoing challenge of translating academic learning into real-world success. The fund enables students enrolled in the Finance Program at Marywood to take on the stock market, not only in theory but in reality.

Pacer Investment Fund 

2018 Annual Dinner Recognizes Sigma Phi Omega National Society Initiates

On Thursday, April 19th, the Marywood University School of Business and Global Innovation held its Annual Dinner to recognize the 2018 Sigma Phi Omega National Society Initiates. Also, the keynote speaker was Secretary Teresa Osborne, Pennsylvania Department of Aging, who spoke in the theme of "Business and Aging." Other speakers included Marywood University President Sister Mary Persico I.H.M., Ed.D.; Cara Bell Green, Director of Alumni Engagement; Arthur Comstock, Ph.D., Executive Director & Chairman Investments and Corporate Finance; Alice McDonnell, Dr., P.H., Professor, Health Services Administration; and Sister Katherine Clauss, I.H.M.

The 2018 Sigma Phi Omega National Society Initiates were:

  • Roni Nawrocki
  • Sarah Rotell
  • Tara Lopatofsky
  • Victor Arenas
  • Amy Bergeski