Business Club | Byrum School of Business

Business Club

Take your interest in a business career to the next level!

Members of the Byrum School’s Business Club are interested in the latest business news, developments, trends, best practices, and research. Activities are designed to build knowledge, skills, and understanding of sound business principles.

The club’s members collaborate and strive to:

  • Raise public awareness, advance understanding, and build appreciation for current business topics and challenges
  • Host guest speakers, field experiences, and trips to visit local businesses that are of particular interest
  • Sponsor networking and relationship-building events attended by students, faculty, alumni, and members of the central Indiana business community

Membership is open to any Marian University student. Call-out meetings are held annually. Contact Joel Hall or Lori Rumreich, co-faculty advisors, for information.

For information

Joel Hall
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Faculty advisor
(317) 955-6322

Lori Rumreich
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Faculty advisor
(317) 955-6037

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