The ACM Chapter of GC, we are a group of dedicated student and faculty who are interested in exploring the present and future possibilities in computing and learning more about how to use and develop them. All of the Chapter's activities are open to the entire University and Milledgeville community, regardless of computer experience and background. Some of our activities include coding competitions, small group seminars on current topics, as well as casual video games at our meetings. If you have any interest in how computers drive our world, come give ACM a try!
Faculty Advisor: Dr. J.F. Yao
The Association for Information Systems offers opportunities for Information Technology leadership and education. The GCSU chapter of AIS provides such opportunities in the form of events. These events are composed of lectures by special guests, interactive weekend classes, gaming tournaments, game days, and fundraising events.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kevin Elder
The Dean's Student Advisory Board (DSAB) is an organization of students committed to improving the academic, social, and professional quality of education in the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business. DSAB facilitates interaction between students, student organizations, faculty members, alumni, and administration. It assists in fulfillment of the mission of the College. The board responds to students' needs and serves as their voice within the College of Business, the business community, and the community at large.
Advisors: Kari Brown and Dr. James Payne
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Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
Advisor: Mary Roberts
Founded in 2014, the Ecommerce Club at Georgia College is focused on helping the local community build better businesses through the use of ecommerce. Students are given the opportunity to work directly with local businesses helping them implement ecommerce solutions. This club is made up all majors, from computer science to marketing. Students work in teams to find solutions and implement them, often building on strengths from all members of the diverse club.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bryan Marshall
For anyone interested in the GCSU economics department and associated programs. We try to meet several times a semester with a variety of events.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Brooke Conaway
The Full-Time MBA Club is a club designed specifically for current Full-Time MBA students enrolled in the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business who are preparing for their international business experience and are focused on professional development opportunities.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Chris ClarkGlobal Business Student Leaders Association (GBSLA)
The mission of the Global Business Student Leaders Association (GBSLA) is to serve Georgia College students, faculty, and staff by creating awareness among students of opportunities in the global business arena. GBSLA will strive to enhance communications with global business leaders by actively seeking opportunities through the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business, across campus, and in the global community to facilitate this mission.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dee SamsMarketing and Advertising Club
Marketing Advertising Club
Our club is a collegiate chapter within the AMA (American Marketing Association); a large network of marketing professionals. As a collegiate chapter we are invited to build relationships with the organization’s professional members and our chapter is very involved with the Atlanta division of the association. Members of the club network with professionals, socialize with other students in your major, learn from guest speakers, participate in case competitions, take advantage of career preparation and recruitment events and seminars, and attend fun events where we typically receive some SWAG!
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Joe Schwartz