To Contact Us:
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Myrna Fischman
at 718-488-1157 or email@example.com. Weekly meetings are held during the school
year on Thursdays at 11am in the second floor lounge of the Humanities Building
on the Brooklyn Campus.
What is it all about?
The Accounting Society is a professional club at LIU's School of Business,
Public Administration and Information Sciences which seeks to make students
more aware of the accounting major and field.
We expose students to the accounting
environment at an early stage in their academic career. We hope to spark
students' interest in the field, and encourage them to select an accounting
Throughout the year we have
many professional events to which we invite speakers from the Big Four
accounting firms, mid-sized firms, private industry, government and CPA
Our goal is to address a wide
variety of general accounting issues and topics. We conduct our events
in an atmosphere that is comfortable to the students, so that they feel
comfortable attending, asking questions and meeting the speakers/recruiters
at the end of each event. Some of our past topics include: career opportunities
in government, public accounting and corporations, resume preparation,
and the CPA exam.
We also sponsor events with
LIU alumni who are now working in the world of accounting. These events
give current LIU students a chance to find out first hand, from former
LIU students, what the "real world" of accounting is all about,
and what students should do to be most successful in the future.
Involvement in the Accounting
Society is a great way to find out more about the accounting major and
field. For students who are uncertain about their career paths but are
considering accounting as a possibility, attending these events will help
in making a decision. For others who are certain about accounting, these
events provide knowledge of the most current issues in the field as well
as the opportunity to become familiar with recruiters of many of the firms.
This knowledge will be useful in searching for internships and full time
ADVERTISING SOCIETY OF LIU (top of page)
To Contact Us:
Faculty Advisor: Prof. Kuan Chiang at - firstname.lastname@example.org or
The Advertising Society of Long
Island University at Brooklyn Campus is affiliated with the Academic Division
of the American Advertising Federation and the District II of the Ad Club
of New York.
The major activity of the club
is participating in the AAF's National Student Advertising Competition. LIU students won awards in the national competition
three years in a row, and have been profiled in Advertising Age magazine.
FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STUDENT CHAPTER (#-5295) (top of page)
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jordan
Kaplan at (718) 488-1148 or e-mail at - email@example.com
Our SHRM Student Chapter was established in 1996 as a nationally recognized
chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management. From one member in
1996 we have grown to a club with many nationally recognized members. The club helps students obtain gainful knowledge
and experience of HR through internships, mentoring and employment while
in school and after graduation. The
chapter provides personal and professional growth opportunities through regional
conferences, company tours, and speaker series. Our membership is not restricted to Human
Resources Management students. The
club includes students from different disciplines within the School of Business
and is open to all LIU students.
OF NATIONAL STUDENT MEMBERSHIP
members of SHRM receive the HR Magazine, HR News, Echoes, and may also
receive Bibliography Service on specific HRM topics by the Society. Students
have the opportunity to network with HR professionals and to participate
in HR conferences and seminars. The Society for Human Resource Management
has more than 80,000 professional members and over 7,000 student members.
The primary purpose of this club is to
provide Computer Science and Information Systems students with the
means of learning about computers using hands-on practical experience.
We provide workshops that help students learn how to build computers,
trouble-shoot, network and configure complex systems. In addition
to learning about hardware, we provide a social and friendly atmosphere
where students can gather to share information on programming and