Coordinate. Delegate. Succeed.
At some point, every organization needs managers to be successful. Management is a science and an art, rallying people to accomplish tasks and achieve goals with planning and organization.
The Student Association of Management (SAM) was formed in Fall 2017, and is the only management-focused student organization that welcomes any and all students of UW-Green Bay that want to learn more about management practices.
SAM offers many opportunities for professional development to its members. The goal of the organization is to teach students more about management practices and get them connected to business professionals that can help them advance their academic and professional careers.
If you are a senior, SAM offers graduation cords. More information about this will come in Spring.
SAM meetings occur once every month, and they usually include a guest speaker from a business-related field. Students from all majors are welcome to attend SAM meetings to explore whether it fits their needs and interests.
Past speakers have discussed a range of topics such as recruitment strategies from the point of view of applicants and interviewers, small business management, etc.
The organization also hosts socials and other fun events to get its members involved.
Another way you can become involved in SAM is to join our research group. Advisor Dianne Murphy, Ph.D. is leading this group, and the goal is to conduct a study related to management and present our findings at a conference in spring.
Our officers are student leaders who have stepped up to represent this organization.