Through an immersive and collaborative educational experience, the College of Business is transforming students into innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders who succeed in the global marketplace of ideas.
Having closed an estimated 12,000 business and real estate transactions in his career, Judson Jahn knows a thing, or two, about negotiations. So, when the transaction attorney and senior lecturer in the College of Business proposed an international negotiations workshop for Clemson University MBA students, it quickly became a done deal. “By utilizing technology, this […]
Marian L. Tupy, senior policy analyst at the Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, will speak at Clemson University on Nov. 14 as a guest of The Hayek Center for the Business of Prosperity. Tupy’s lecture, “Our Miraculous Flourishing: Why Pessimism Persists in the Face of Prosperity,” will be delivered at 5:30 p.m., […]
The College of Business is adding to its arsenal of Ph.D. offerings. The Department of Management has added Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship and Organizational Behavior as a third business administration doctoral track. The new, five-year program is for full-time, on campus students, and joins the Department of Management’s two other tracks in business administration – Supply […]
Climbing in the national rankings has been a common occurrence for all things Clemson in recent years. But the School of Accountancy’s rapid ascent in a worldwide evaluation of academic research makes their achievement one to behold. A recently released study by Brigham Young University ranks the Clemson University College of Business accounting program’s research […]
Business leaders Ben and Cheri Phyfer are forever impacting Clemson University students with a $2.5 million gift to support the College of Business and student scholarships. With this transformational gift, the Phyfers become the third – and youngest – Cornerstone Partner for Academics at Clemson University.
CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson University students Katie and Wilson Hawkins have heard tales about their great, great uncle Otis Morgan and his heroics during some of most hellish events of WWII their whole lives. This week, they got to meet a man who owes his life to their legendary ancestor. As the story goes: Morgan […]
Social commentator and art critic, Roger Kimball, will speak at Clemson University on Wednesday, Oct. 31, about how the cultural revolution of the 1960s and ’70s shaped Americans’ attitudes on what constitutes “the good life.” Kimball will speak in the Self Auditorium, 230 Kappa St., from 4:30-6 p.m., as part of the Clemson Institute for […]
In keeping with the spirit of Homecoming, Graphic Communications students are shouting from the rooftop of Godfrey Hall – figuratively, that is. In what has become a Homecoming Week tradition, the College of Business students are tooting their horn with 1,350 square feet of signage adorning the façade of their historic home. The proud major […]
In recognition of World Food Day on October 16, we are sharing how five Clemson faculty members are answering this global health crisis through programs that produce more nutritious crops to those that ignite physical activity, creating a healthier world for all. Scientists across the university’s seven colleges are working tirelessly to address health and food-related issues by finding ways to eliminate hunger, malnutrition and obesity.
Food does not simply go from the farm to the table any more. It doesn’t even go from the factory to the table. Most the ingredients of, say, a loaf of bread are shipped to the factory from an array of outside suppliers, who are often based in other countries. So why does it matter?
Richard Epstein, renowned scholar and one of the most cited law professors in the U.S., will be the featured speaker at the Clemson University College of Business’ Greenville, S.C., location. The Tullock Lecture series event is co-sponsored by the Clemson Information Economy Project and the Hayek Center for the Business of Prosperity, both housed in […]
The 2018-19 edition of the College of Business Student Advisory Board is serious about their cohorts getting the most out of the Clemson University experience. Toward that end, the board is stepping up its game in getting business students more involved in all that’s available to them. “We are better students, make the college experience […]
An exhaustive examination of partners with varying backgrounds attempting to work together on important social issues concluded that good intentions and talking things through provided little basis for progress, according to a Clemson University study. Researchers, led by Erin Powell, assistant professor in the College of Business, studied eight cross-sector partnerships comprised of people with […]
Three remarkable men, representing three hellish wars that have become cornerstones of American history, shared a stage at Clemson University Thursday, Oct. 4. It was the first, and likely will be the only time living prisoners of war from WWII, Korea and Vietnam appeared together at the university that was founded in 1889 as an all-male military college and, according to current president Jim Clements, still prides the military leaders forged in its Reserve Officers’ Training Corps programs and their extraordinary deeds in service to the nation above all else that it does.
Howard Bodenhorn had the voice of his students behind him in receiving a coveted professional award — and the rest is history. An economic historian, Bodenhorn is the 2018 recipient of the Jonathan Hughes Prize for Excellence in Teaching Economic History. It is presented in alternating years to graduate and undergraduate educators by the Economic […]