Buzz Marketing is an on-campus organization of students studying a wide range of majors ranging beyond marketing and management. Through professional level ventures and dedicated community service, Buzz Marketing strives to create an environment that enables students to develop their knowledge and experience in modern business practices and technology. With our mission in mind, we have planned the following projects:
On top of our projects, members will engage in community service activities as well as professional development workshops and academic conferences. They currently meet every Friday at 2:00pm in the Library. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Wei Song
Sigma Beta Delta (SBD) is an international honor society for students of business, management, and administration whose goals are 1) to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students of the business disciplines and 2) to encourage and promote aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind. The BHSU Chapter of SBD, the only one in the state of South Dakota, inducts new members who have been invited as the result of demonstrated scholarly success. Faculty Advisor: Ms. Jean Johnson
Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE) is both an honorary and professional fraternity. Its general purpose is two-fold: to encourage and recognize scholastic excellence and to promote cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management. The BHSU Chapter of SIE inducts new members who have been invited as the result of demonstrated scholarly success. Faculty Advisor: Liz Diers
The purposes of Sigma Iota Epsilon are:
- To stimulate interest and achievement in the field of management
- To stimulate scholarship in management
- To facilitate contacts between students and practicing managers
- To recognize persons who have made contributions to the field of management
- To gain recognition of the contribution and value of scholastic achievement in the management disciple.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has a chapter at BHSU which is one of over 340 student chapters located at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. As local and national members, students learn about the "real world" of human resource management through award-winning publications and educational opportunities. Students build their knowledge of the human relations field, develop valuable leadership and organizational skills, and form contacts today that can help find jobs tomorrow. Faculty Advisor: Dr. David Scarborough
ENACTUS teaches the free enterprise system to others on campus and throughout the Black Hills. The group creates opportunities to learn how to use the free enterprise system. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bobbi Looney and Dr. David Crawford
- Facebook for Retirees - Jessie Jamtgaard
- Little Dresses for Africa - Ann Wilken and Sarah Coomes
- Scholarship Run- Becca Ellis
- Fall Festival Halloween Party - Jesse Cronk
- KIVA -Jonathon Horner
- First-Hand College Experience Seminar - Markus Heinrich
- Swarm Day Float - Jerred Nagel
Meeting Dates: Every Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in Meier Hall 306.
Travel and Tourism Club (TTC) gathers students who are interested in pursuing a career in the tourism and hospitality industry and enhances their education through practical experience. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ignatius Cahyanto
Meeting Dates: Every Second Wednesday
Financial Management Association International (FMA) has over 200 undergraduate student clubs around the world. Student members receive a number of special benefits geared specifically to their educational and career goals, have the opportunity to participate in a number of competitions to enhance job readiness, and are invited to attend the annual Finance Leaders' Conference, a two-day seminar tailored specifically to business students with similar aspirations and professional goals.
The Financial Management Association of Black Hills State University mission is to act as a direct link between students and the business community. Through professional speakers, company tours, internships and job shadowing, students are provided with opportunities to develop leadership skills, gain professional training and make meaningful employment contacts through job shadowing, information interviews, mock interviews, internships & full time employment in cooperation with Career Services and the School of Business Internship Director. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Byron Hollowell