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Eastern AMA Brings Home the Hardware


The Eastern chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) came home with some souvenirs over break.  They attended the 34th annual International Collegiate Conference located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The AMA International Collegiate Conference brought together over 1400 students and their faculty advisors.  Here students learned about career paths within the marketing field from experienced representatives of top companies.

With over 300 international collegiate chapters competing, Eastern was able to bring home awards in the following areas; Outstanding Chapter Plan, Outstanding Annual Report, Outstanding Community Service and Outstanding Professional Development. The chapter also received awards for raising organ donor awareness through AMA Saves Lives by placing fourth in both Video Uploads and Facebook Posts.  

"We've had a lot of new and innovative ideas and have worked hard to stay consistent with our original plans for the academic year" said President Robert Regan. "I'm very proud of our dedicated executive board and committed members."  While members are riding high off of their impressive showing at this year's conference, it won't be long before they start preparing for next year's competition.  AMA meets every Wednesday at 3:00pm in the Science Building 132 if you are interested in joining.



AMA - Spring 2011.jpgSee the Office of University Relations' article on the American Marketing Association and the honors that the group took home this semester in New Orleans.

The American Marketing Association is a Student Government Association officially recognized organization, For more information on the club, see their web page. For information on all SGA recognized clubs and organizations, go to the Student Activities web site.  


Eastern Connecticut State University's Student Government Association announces the first recipients in the Club and Organization Medal Program. The program was created to recognize clubs that adhere to the Budget and Management Committee Guidelines and provide quality events for students on campus. When a club receives an award, they receive a decal of the medal on their banner at the Club and Activities Fair the following September. Along with the decal, the club also receives a cash award in their fundraising account.

The medals were awarded as follows:


Gold Medal Recipients

180 Christian Fellowship

Habitat for Humanity

Honors Club

Health and Physical Education/Sports and Leisure Management Club

Social Work Club



Silver Medal Recipients


Anime Club

Education Club


History Club

People Helping People

TV 22

West Indian Society


Bronze Medal Recipients

American Marketing Association

Competitive Cheerleading Squad

Eastern Outdoors Club

Economics Club

English Club


Organization of Latin American Students

Repertory Dance Troupe


Students for an Environmentally Sustainable Future

Turkish American Student Association


For information about the Club and Organization Medal Program, please go to the Budget and Management Committee web page. For information about all of the Student Government Association recognized clubs and organizations, go to the the Club Listing web page

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