Our organization works closely with the School of Management female faculty. Our point of reference for guidance and advisement is Shelley Dionne.
Shelley D. Dionne, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Binghamton University School of Management, teaching in the organizational behavior area, and the associate director of the Center for Leadership Studies at Binghamton University. Her research interests are leadership, teams, and multi-level issues. Shelley has received a variety of honors, including the 2009 Corning Award for Excellence in Research and 2007 Chancellor Award for Excellence in Teaching. She received her Ph.D. and M.B.A. in organizational behavior/human resources management from Binghamton University.
School of Management
Women in Business is a Binghamton University School of Management student organization. Women in Business has strong ties to various faculty members in the School of Management, is supported by the business school, and is recognized by multiple professional recruiters. Some executive members serve on the Dean’s Student Advisory Board to address members’ needs pertaining to the school. This affiliation does not mean that Women in Business is exclusive to SOM students. We have multiple members from the other four Binghamton University schools. Although only 34% of the School of Management are undergraduate females, Women in Business takes this group and enables them with the skills to succeed in the competitive and professional atmosphere.
Binghamton University School of Management is the business school of Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York, one of the five professional schools on campus. The School of Management offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in management, finance, information science, marketing and accounting. Upinder Dhillon oversees the school as dean and Koffman Scholar of Finance. It is accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Women in Business is recognized and chartered by the Student Association at Binghamton University. The Student Association at Binghamton University is a wholly autonomous student-run service and advocacy union which has represented Binghamton University’s undergraduate students for over sixty years.
Considered one of the most effective student governments in the nation, the Student Association at Binghamton University acts as the main operator of student activities on campus, as well as a major contributor to the services students use day in and day out.