School of Business and Management Related Clubs and Honorary Societies

The University offers numerous opportunities to make connections, honor excellence, and develop deeper understandings of our community, our world, and ourselves through participation in activities, organizations, and events. Through the School of Business and Management, Notre Dame de Namur University offers membership in the following clubs and honorary societies:

Accounting Club

Focuses on educating students about the great opportunities in the field of accounting as well as provide a way for students to meet and network with accounting professionals within the community. For more information, please contact faculty advisor Dr. Hamid Azad at hazad@ndnu.edu.

Bizcom Club

Provides business-related discussions and acts as a bridge to the local community through community outreach events. For more information, please contact faculty advisor Dr. Doug Rice at drice@ndnu.edu.

Delta Mu Delta (Business Administration honor society)

Delta Mu Delta LogoFounded in 1913, Delta Mu Delta (ΔΜΔ) is an international honor society that recognizes academic excellence in baccalaureate, master’s and doctorate degree business administration programs at Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accredited schools. The purpose of the Delta Mu Delta honor society is to promote higher education in business administration by recognizing and rewarding scholastic accomplishment. Undergraduate and graduate business administration students who fulfill minimum units completed in the program and rank in the top 20 percent of the School of Business and Management are invited to become lifelong members of DMD.

How to apply: By invitation only.

For more information, please contact faculty advisor Dr. Sujata Ramnarayan at sramnarayan@ndnu.edu.

Lambda Pi Eta (Communication honor society)

Lambda Pi Eta logoLambda Pi Eta (LPH) is the honor society of the National Communication Association for four-year institutions of higher education. Lambda Pi Eta represents the first letters of what Aristotle described in The Rhetoric as the three modes of persuasion: Logos, Pathos and Ethos. The official colors of Lambda Pi Eta are crimson to represent the communication discipline and silver in recognition of speech and oratory skills. The purpose of the honor society is to promote outstanding academic achievement in the communication discipline.

How to apply: By invitation only.

For more information, please contact faculty advisor Dr. Miriam Zimmerman at mzimmerman@ndnu.edu.