Omega Rho® is an international honor society designed for undergraduate and graduate students studying business intelligence. The honor society is designed for students interested in operations research, management science, or a closely-related area.
Omega Rho® is a society of collegiate chapters and members for promoting and recognizing superior scholarship and leadership and formally became part of INFORMS in 1998. Membership is prestigious with only approximately 6,000 student and faculty inductees qualified at 38 Chapters.
As a member, you will have the opportunity to interact with other students and faculty through your local Omega Rho® chapter meetings and activities to help advance your scholarship and professional skills.
Alpha Iota Delta
Alpha Iota Delta is the national honors society for the decision sciences and information systems field and is affiliated with the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), a multidisciplinary international association dedicated to advancing knowledge and improving instruction in business and related disciplines.
At present, the honor society has fifty-four chapters at Universities all across the United States and Canada, with a total membership in excess of 6000. Alpha Iota Delta is recognized by the Association of College Honor Societies for maintaining high standards for the recognition and promotion of academic excellence in higher education.
Business Information and Technology Society (BITS)
The Business Information and Technology Society (BITS) is a student-run organization for decision sciences, information systems and business intelligence and analytics students. Our goal is to foster a deeper understanding of data analytics and business intelligence.
We explore career opportunities by sponsoring networking events, on-campus guest lectures, field trips and classroom speakers. BITS maintains contact with local organizations that actively hire for summer internships, co-op, part-time and full-time employment. Participants will gain a wealth of real-world experience and applications to business intelligence and data analytics theories learned in class.
Tableau User Group (TUG)
The Tableau Users Group (TUG) is one of the first major groups featured in the analytics makeover world. Our group usually meets on select Mondays during the school year at 5:00 p.m. Often during these meetings, Saint Joseph's alumni from a variety of corporations will visit and walk visitors through a basic Tableau dashboard creation. Alumni often demonstrate how to pull graphics together, change scales, colors and duels axis, or will provide insight into their careers in finance, sports or other arenas, offering excellent networking and learning opportunities.