Countless opportunities to get involved.
Student groups at Daniels provide a forum to foster professional relationships, establish networking opportunities, and create lifelong friendships while enhancing the curriculum and building a strong sense of community.
GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT GROUPS
DU MARKETING ASSOCIATION (DUMA)
The University of Denver Marketing Association (DUMA) seeks to place Daniels graduate students in the best marketing jobs locally, regionally and nationally while increasing the presence of DU in the minds of all firms—resulting in greater recruitment activity at DU for marketing jobs.
DYNAMIZE: DU ENTREPRENEURSHIP SOCIETY
Dynamize is a place for all students to collaborate with community partners and local entrepreneurs to share ideas, receive mentorship, access funding, and make their next big idea a reality. We want to create an environment where new ideas are fostered and young entrepreneurs can accomplish their goals.
Contact President Brandon Hatter, Brandon.Hatter@du.edu
INVESTMENT BANKING & CAPITAL MARKETS CLUB (IBCM)
The Investment Banking & Capital Markets Club (IBCM) seeks to accomplish its vision of developing an Investment Banking infrastructure by educating its members in the field of investment banking, by developing its members’ financial skill sets and interviewing techniques, and placing its members at leading financial institutions. IBCM has based the entire club around these three pillars and will continually strive to uphold and institute them wherever possible.
Net Impact (NI) is an international organization whose mission is to change the world through business as a platform for creating positive social, environmental and financial impact. The Daniels Chapter of Net Impact is comprised of graduate business students who seek to provide opportunities to link the theories of the Daniels Compass to practical, real-world applications. NI prepares members for careers that will make a difference.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest international business fraternity. The Beta Chapter was founded at DU in 1910 and reestablished in 2002. AKPsi is a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate co-ed students with degrees in fields such as Business Administration, Economics, Legal Studies, and Real Estate, among others. We are unified by our passion for business and our common goal of success in the business world.
Contact: Aparna Krishnaswamy, firstname.lastname@example.org
BETA ALPHA PSI
Beta Alpha Psi is an international honors organization, which recognizes excellence in accounting, finance and business information analytics. Many of the organization’s programs facilitate social interaction with professionals, prepare members to embark upon their career, or serve the community. Beta Alpha Psi is open to undergraduate and graduate students. More information can be found at denverbap.com.
Contact: Andrew McClaskey, President, email@example.com
DELTA SIGMA PI
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 civil and commercial welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi is open to all men and women in business or economics majors, and those who are also involved in social Greek life are welcome to join.
Contact: Adam Horsch, President, firstname.lastname@example.org
The RECM Network was organized to enhance relationships between DU RECM/REBE students and Denver’s professional real estate and construction community. Membership in the RECM Network is open to all Daniels students. The club provides opportunities outside the classroom that allow students to bridge the gap between the academic and real estate and construction communities. This is done by facilitating various networking and mentorship opportunities, providing opportunities for students to develop relationships with industry professionals, while creating experiences for students to gain first-hand knowledge of the real estate and construction professions.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS (WIB)
Daniels Graduate Women in Business (DGWiB) provides a values-based network of women who advocate personal growth, leadership development and future opportunities in the business community. DGWiB is dedicated to helping members understand how to navigate corporate culture, build effective communication strategies and develop a strong personal foundation. This is done through a variety of events including networking, community involvement and round-tables with female professionals from the area. The core focus of DGWiB is to provide a comfortable setting in both the academic and social arenas in which connections will develop and grow.
Graduate Student Groups
Graduate Business Student Association
The Graduate Business Student Association (GBSA) enhances the educational experience at Daniels and creates a cohesive student body through educational, social, community and cultural activities. As an organization, the GBSA encourages student involvement in the creation and planning of events through the year. The GBSA also acts as the parent organization to all graduate student groups at the Daniels College of Business.
Contact: GBSA.email@example.com or daniels.du.edu/gbsa
Daniels Consulting Firm (DCF)
The Daniels Consulting Firm (DCF) is a student-created, student-led consulting firm that draws talent from all Daniels College of Business disciplines. DCF consultants are trained in the core strengths of Daniels College of Business: ethics in business, sustainable development, internationalization and entrepreneurship. Student Consultants are selected through a rigorous recruitment process to ensure only the most competent, professional and committed students are placed on consulting projects. DCF requires exceptional work standards from our student consultants. DCF skill sets include technical financial expertise to achieve profitability, strategies to strengthen core business operations, risk management, business intelligence, real estate development, market research, and marketing strategy and implementation. DCF guarantees clients fresh ideas, technical skill sets, ethical practice and professionalism.
Graduate Student Association Council (GSAC)
The Graduate Student Association Council (GSAC) is just that—a council of all the Graduate Student Associations (GSAs) at the University of Denver. GSAC has two goals at the University: to foster a sense of community among the graduate students; and to represent that community and its interests at DU.
International Business Association (IBA)
The International Business Association (IBA) is a graduate business student organization at Daniels that is focused on expanding the global mindset of the Daniels student body. IBA realizes that working with people around the world is something that everyone will face in their careers, no matter their area of study. GBSA strives to open your eyes to the opportunities that arise when you think from a global, not regional, perspective.
Health Care Club (HCC)
The vision of the Health Care Club (HCC) is to enhance the quality and experience of Daniels Graduate Students by providing them with opportunities to become more involved with health care professionals and related activities. HCC will serve as a conduit between DU graduate students and the healthcare industry.
Daniels Graduate Business Information and Analytics (BIA)
Provides a service to Daniels BIA students by addressing their career and academic interests through programs with industry professionals, students, faculty and staff of the College. Quarterly programs will address issues of shared interest around the BIA industry including trends, ethical issues, leadership opportunities and career planning.
Undergraduate Student Groups
UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS STUDENT ASSOCIATION (UBSA)
The Undergraduate Business Student Association (UBSA) is an organization dedicated to providing support services to the Daniels organizations and planning events for the Daniels and DU community. The support services provided include: providing funding and ensuring that these organizations continue to remain funded through the Undergraduate Student Senate, providing calendars to ensure that events are not planned for the same day at the same time, communicating with the departments on behalf of the students through the Ambassadors program, helping to market events and fostering collaboration between organizations.
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER STUDENT INVESTORS GROUP (DUSIG)
An organization that aims to help members develop practical investment skills and test them in a risk free environment for personal and professional success.
Black Student Alliance (BSA)»
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF MINORITIES IN HOSPITALITY (NSMH)
Contact: Natalie Wren, President, firstname.lastname@example.org
NATIVE STUDENT ALLIANCE (NSA)
Native Student Alliance (NSA)
The NSA consists of (but certainly not limited to) students and faculty of indigenous American descent. Our focus is to increase native awareness around the DU community and to provide fellowship and support for members.
PI LAMBDA CHI LATINA SORORITY, INC.
Pi Lambda Chi Latina Sorority, Inc.
The mission of Pi Lambda Chi is to create a strong sisterhood and an educational support network for women on college campuses. Pi Lambda Chi seeks to preserve Latina/o culture and history, as well as to promote education and community service in the Latina/o communities surrounding their campuses. Pi Lambda Chi welcomes ladies of all ethnicities and backgrounds.
QUEER STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (QSA)
QSA is open to all gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, straight or other people in the DU community. The group is focused on serving not only as a social circle, but as a support group to help those seeking answers, and as an activist entity with a focus on queer rights in America.
Create Your Own Group
If you don’t find a graduate and professional student organization to fit your interests, create your own. Contact Cody Sherrod, manager of student engagement 303.871.3048 for more information.