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Advertisements touting the dangers of texting while driving are more convincing when they target an individual as a potential victim, according to research conducted by Clemson University.
If a brand positions itself as an underdog with consumers, it had better remain true to its humble beginnings once success is achieved, a Clemson University research project has found.
Clemson University School of Accountancy senior lecturers Mary Ann Prater and Russell Madray have been named as two of the 100 Most Influential People in Accounting by the South Carolina Association of CPAs. Prater and Madray were recognized at the South Carolina Association of CPAs’ 100th anniversary gala recently in Columbia. Selection to the “100 […]
When Moore Patton graduated with a business degree from Clemson in 1982, he set off on pursuing a career and started raising a family with his wife of 28 years, Jean. Moore never looked back, until the death of one his closest friends, former Tiger golf teammate, Steve Bond, in 2013. It was that life-changing […]
Politics and local economics weigh heavily in federal bureaucrats’ decision-making on immigration audits of employers, a Clemson University economist’s research has found.
Clemson University has been named a 2016 Military Friendly School, a designation awarded to universities, community colleges and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace military students and dedicate resources to ensure their success both in the classroom and after graduation.
Cullen Schlageter showed a mechanical aptitude as a fifth-grader, when he took apart a broken radio and reassembled it in working condition. His mother used to marvel at her son’s knack for building things – from forts in nearby woods to projects in his grandfather’s woodworking shop. So, it’s no surprise to those who know […]
Clemson University’s business school will begin offering a Master of Business Administration program in analytics starting in the fall semester of 2016, making it the first South Carolina university to provide a dedicated business analytics focus for graduate students.
Oil and water aren’t normally a good combination, but in Clemson University sophomore Christian Vizethann’s case, both appear to be playing a role in his career path. Christian Vizethann filled a need for a watersports service on New York’s Lake George, and it’s paying off. “I’m a grease monkey at heart,” the mechanical engineering major […]
With the South Carolina presidential primary elections just three months away, about half the state’s voters in both parties say they are following the news about the race, but still are undecided about whom they will support, according to a new Clemson University Palmetto Poll.
The struggle for work-life balance exacts a toll on individuals and their families, but co-workers also bear the brunt of that stress and women are the most likely to dish it out, according to Clemson University researchers.
Young cadets in Clemson University’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps — the “Fightin’ Tiger Battalion” — will learn how to operate in darkness and hostile territory during a leadership development exercise this weekend at Clemson’s Fants Grove training area in Pendleton.
One of Clemson sophomore Steven Kasay’s biggest fears is being in a career that would have him working behind a desk. Given a sedentary workday doesn’t sit well with the mechanical engineering major, Steven is in the start-up phase of a business that will have others sitting well. The 20-year-old Charlotte, N.C., resident said his […]
Jonathan Skinner, a nationally recognized health-care economist, will speak Nov. 4 at Clemson University on the U.S. health care system and keeping it affordable without stifling economic growth. Skinner, a Dartmouth professor of economics, is speaking at Clemson as part of The Big Ideas about Information Lecture Series, sponsored by the Information Economy Project. The […]
As calls for shrinking the size of the nation’s largest banks continue following the 2007-08 economic meltdown, research by a Clemson University economics professor and a Federal Reserve Bank expert suggests doing so may result in more harm than good.