Related Student Organizations
Active and Innovative Minds
Active and Innovative Minds (AIM) is a cross-disciplinary student organization based in the UAF School of Management.
AIM consists of both undergraduate and postgraduate students. We believe that by bringing
multiple disciplines together we can create the products of the future.
Associated Students of Business
Associated Students of Business (ASB) is a prestigious student group encompassing representatives from other School of
Management student organizations. ASB serves as the Alaska chapter of the National
Millennial/GenZ Community. The community consists of millennial and genZ students
from around the country who participate in multiple think tank conversations with
key influencers in media and business. They host conversations with top executives
from a broad range of Fortune 500 companies and offer sponsored trips to meet with
various executives at their national headquarters in cities around the country.
Native Alaskan Business Leaders
Native Alaskan Business Leaders (NABL) is a UAF chapter of the American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) organization based
within SOM. NABL supports Native Alaskan and American Indian Students interested in
business, rural economic development, and other related areas.
Students Offering Leadership Development
Students Offering Leadership Development (SOLD) is a student organization focused on community outreach and leadership development.
This SOM student organization is interdisciplinary, as all areas of thought and professions
are in need of leadership development. We want to help students along the journey
of becoming a leader in their communities, neighborhoods, and lifestyles.
UAF Society of Human Resource Management (UAF SHRM)
UAF Society of Human Resource Management (UAF SHRM) provides opportunities for networking and helps members learn more about human resources
and the real world of business management, while building relationships with local
professionals and other students. This SOM student organization invites local business
people to speak about current developments in the business world and how they will
impact future workers.