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  • Honor Society

    Delta Mu Delta

    Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society established to recognize and reward superior scholastic achievements of students majoring in business administration.

    The Greek letters in the Society’s name stand for Dia Matheseos Dynamis, signifying Delta Mu Delta’s motto: Through Knowledge, Power – the power to manage creatively for social and economic good.

    Becoming a member of Delta Mu Delta is an honor indicative of earnest, intelligent purpose, and rewarding achievement. This should be the goal of every student pursuing a degree in business administration.

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    • Business
  • Registered Student Organization

    Society for Human Resource Management

    The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the leading voice of the HR profession.

    The Athens State Student Chapter allows students to gain access to an immense information resource at the local, regional, state, and national level and to have opportunities to meet HR practitioners so as to develop personal contacts and networks. The organization also offers professional development workshops, access to HR conferences, and creates visibility for recruitment for HR internships and permanent HR opportunities.

    SHRM has over 70,000 professional and student members in more than 425 professional chapters and over 300 student chapters nationwide. With the award-winning SHRM publications, you can keep current on issues and trends affecting the workforce and shaping the workplace.

    As a student member, you are eligible and strongly encouraged to attend the Tennessee Valley Professional Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management monthly professional meetings. The Tennessee Valley Chapter is the Athens State University SHRM professional chapter sponsor. You will meet and interact with HR practitioners representing most of the employers in the North Alabama area. Through networking, research has shown that 60% to 70% of jobs are found by making these types of personal contacts.

    Athens State University Society of Human Resources Management 2021-22 Chapter Leaders

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    • Business
    • Human Resources
  • Registered Student Organization

    American Production & Inventory Control Society (APICS)

    APICS is the global leader and premier source of the body of knowledge in supply chain and operations management, including production, inventory, materials management, purchasing, and logistics.

    APICS, the educational society for resource management, is an international organization offering a full range of programs and materials on the latest business management concepts and techniques. The organization is open to all students.

    With over 43,000 members and more than 300 international partners, APICS is transforming the way people do business, drive growth, and reach global customers.

    APICS Mission

    Fostering the advancement of end-to-end supply chain management through a body of knowledge, innovative research, systems, and methods to create value for customers, members, and organizations


    The chapter will meet on the third Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm virtually. Please email the club advisor for that link.



    Gregory Walcott

    I currently reside in Toney, Alabama. I consider myself a lifelong learner, and as such, I do indulge in quite a bit of recreational reading. Some of my hobbies include cheering on and coaching a son, age 20, and daughter, age 13 in their various sports and academic endeavors.

    I joined our Athens State University APICS chapter for the camaraderie and fellowship of like-minded individuals, along with the mentorship and guidance provided by our sponsors, which has thus far proven to be an amazing experience! We are looking to expand our membership, join us today!


    Dominick Zarnesky

    I am currently serving as the Vice President of the Athens State University APICS chapter. I am an IDP student in my penultimate semester. I will be graduating in April with minors in L&SCM and Project Management. I have lived in the Huntsville area for most of my life. I am married to my wonderful wife, Abigail. I am a legacy student at ASU.


    Christen Woods

    My major is in Logistics and Supply Chain Management with a minor in Acquisition and Contract Management, and I hope to graduate in December 2022. Before moving to Alabama, I received my associate degree from the College of Southern Maryland in Business Administration and became a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society. When I am not doing coursework or involved in club activities, I enjoy reading, writing, and playing the guitar. I have greatly enjoyed my time with APICS and encourage anyone who is interested in joining to reach out to me with questions.

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    • Business
    • Logistics and Supply Chain
  • Registered Student Organization

    Accounting Club (Institute of Management Accountants Student Chapter)

    IMA membership provides opportunities for students to associate with practicing management accountants and see how they live, work, apply their knowledge, and learn that professionals are seriously devoted to their field and to high ethical standards.

    Student membership in the Accounting Club has a threefold purpose:

    1. To introduce management accounting to students planning careers in business
    2. To strengthen the knowledge and commitment of those already on the way to management accounting careers
    3. To demonstrate how IMA members work together to improve the science of management accounting

    How to Join
    It's simple to join the Athens State University IMA Student Chapter (Accounting Club), and we would love to have you join!

    Here is what you need to do:

    1. Be a student at Athens State enrolled in at least 6 hours
    2. Be a student member of the Institute of Management Accountants (only costs $25 and details are below)
    3. Email your IMA member number to

    That's it. It's so easy, and there are so many benefits you receive as a member. Being a member of the IMA gets you access to scholarships and awards, mentoring, conferences, publications, tons of discounts, and so much more. Being a member of the Accounting Club is just as beneficial. We go on plant and industry tours so you can see the things that we talk about in class come to life. We do tons of community service which improves our community but also boosts your resume (we have worked with CASA, Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, Limestone County Food Bank, and animal rescue organizations). We go to conferences and other educational events, compete with other student chapters across the U.S., have educational meetings on campus, and tons more. While our activities may be held virtually for the time being, you do not want to miss out on all our IMA Student Chapter has to offer.

    You can be involved as much or as little as you want. We're not a high-pressure organization. But the first step is to become a member!

    How to Become a Student Member of the IMA
    Go to, click on "Join Today," and follow the instructions to register as a new user. The discount code will automatically be applied to your account if you go through the link mentioned above by September 30. Even though it will look like your membership fee is $39, when you check out the discount will make it $25. Enter "Muscle Shoals (212)" as your parent chapter and "Athens State" as your student chapter. Please let me know if you have any questions or would like additional information! As stated earlier, please email your IMA member number to Professor Nelson as soon as you get it!

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    • Accounting
    • Business