The College of Business and Behavioral Science develops leaders through education and research focused on human behavior and business practices in organizations, economies and societies.
Two new leadership appointments have been made in the College of Business and Behavioral Science as a result of the Clemson University Board of Trustees’ recent decision to create a School of Accountancy and a Department of Finance. Jeffrey McMillan, professor of accounting, has been named interim director of the School of Accountancy and Angela […]
Workplace stress can be overwhelming and harmful at times, but eliminating it may not be the answer to finding happiness with your employer, two psychology experts profess in their just-released book, “Thriving Under Stress.” Tom Britt of Clemson University and Steve Jex of Bowling Green (Ohio) State University say some workplace stress can be leveraged as a career enhancer, if managed properly.
To say Niratcha (Grace) Tungtisanont has a personal stake in the research she’s conducting at Clemson University is an understatement. A native of Thailand, the Clemson Ph.D. candidate in business management is researching better ways to recover from the economic and human devastation that often accompanies natural disasters. And the former Miss Earth-Thailand has witnessed […]
Growing up in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, Christine Flannery ’16 never imagined that she would be attending a college as far south as Clemson University. By the middle of her freshman year at a small liberal arts college in upstate New York, Flannery was longing to attend a top-ranked school with a strong academic reputation, well-recognized […]
Following high school graduation in her native Hong Kong, Janelle Cheung came to Clemson University sight unseen. What’s happened since can only be described as a success story. Cheung’s parents wanted her to be culturally immersed in the U.S. while at the same time enroll at a quality U.S. university. Although she had family in […]
Clemson University professor John Leininger has been honored by a leading graphic communications educational association with one of the organization’s most prestigious awards. The Graphic Communications Education Association presented Leininger with The Fred J. Hartman Award at its annual conference recently at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, Calif. The award has been presented since […]
The blueprint for teaching business leadership is being redrawn. And it’s happening, not coincidentally, as a generational shift is occurring in the U.S. workforce. As aspiring millennials replace a rapidly retiring generation of baby boomers, Clemson University’s MBA program is already addressing the needs and expectations of a new breed of business leader functioning in […]
As an industrial and organizational psychologist Dr. Chad Van Iddekinge ’01 carefully studies the workplace environment and analyzes how people perform. Merging business management principles with applied psychology concepts, the field of industrial and organizational (I-O) psychology is a wide open career choice that is brimming with possibility. According to the United States Department of […]
Poor sleep habits can have a negative effect on self-control, which presents risks to individuals’ personal and professional lives, according to Clemson University researchers.
Dean Harman is no stranger to the ins and outs of the financial services industry, and the Clemson alumnus isn’t shy about sharing his opinion on how it should and shouldn’t work on the big stage. Case in point was recent testimony he presented before a congressional subcommittee on proposed regulations that would restrict access […]
Catherine Mobley, a distinguished and highly decorated sociologist at Clemson University for nearly 20 years, has been named interim chair of the sociology and anthropology department.
One of the many strengths Clemson University’s highly ranked graphic communications program prides itself on is the hands-on experience students receive. Nowhere was the program’s success with that approach more evident than at a competition in Nashville this spring. A team of seven Clemson students was declared the overall winner in the Phoenix Challenge College […]
Ever feel you were doomed out of the gate in a job interview? Although a belief exists that a job candidate’s fate is determined very early in the interview process, research conducted by a Clemson University psychology professor and researchers at Old Dominion and Florida State universities may indicate otherwise.
While most college students follow a typical four-year plan that ends with a diploma on graduation day, Angela McKinney has put herself on track to earn a bachelor’s degree as a political science major and Spanish minor in just two-and-a-half years.
Drowsy drivers take a heavy toll on the nation’s highways. So finding a reliable way to test for fatigue to mitigate its potential damage could have a significant impact on highway safety.