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Business and science are joining forces at Clemson University to satisfy a marketplace appetite for business professionals who are capable of analyzing and applying big data to their strategic decision-making. Beginning in July, the College of Business and College of Science are collaborating to offer a Master of Science in Data Science and Analytics. The degree will be offered totally online and will cater to working professionals.
For three sets of brothers — the Figueroas, the Polites and the Orrs — who all made the Emerging Scholars journey and wound up enrolled at Clemson together, the program helped the University become a vital part of life for entire families that never would have envisioned being Tigers a few short years ago.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to improve one’s quality of life. Finding ways to bring that potential to fruition is the challenge. A team of management and information systems students at Clemson University was up to that challenge in a case study competition against 15 other universities recently, placing third in their quest for finding […]
Mason Foley just concluded a year in office as Clemson’s undergraduate student body president. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, he joined Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) early in his college career. He campaigned for the student body president position in the spring of 2018 and was elected by his peers to serve the 2018-19 academic year. […]
It takes a certain kind of student leader to turn a residence hall into a home. For Clemson University Resident Assistants, community building comes with the job.
Creating exposure for what you believe is the next best thing can be the difference between success and failure for an entrepreneur. Clemson University College of Business management graduate Logan LaMance ’18 and his Tiger business partners are getting that coveted 15 minutes of fame they hope will lead to success. On April 7, they will pitch their business idea on “Shark Tank,” the ABC series that airs 10 p.m. Sundays.
Craig Wallace of the University of Denver will become the new Department of Management chair in Clemson University’s College of Business.
CLEMSON – A Clemson University workshop on Data Science, Analytics and Decision Making was held Jan. 28 in the Watt Center Auditorium. Clemson faculty from the College of Science, College of Business and College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences presented on the myriad capabilities data science provides. The presentations focused on the kinds of […]
A stated goal of the Student Advisory Board this academic year is to engage their fellow College of Business students in all the development opportunities the university and business school make available to them. Mission accomplished, thanks in part to Abigayle Berendsen and Grace Hickman, the Student Advisory Board chairs for marketing and management, respectively. […]
A good place to start finding solutions to a burgeoning world food shortage is Africa. The Dark Continent is home to 60 percent of the world’s uncultivated arable land, yet Africa produces only 10 percent of the global food supply. And, according to the United Nations, food production will need to double by 2050 to […]
Blockchain is a trending topic most commonly known as the technology behind digital currencies, like Bitcoin. But a Clemson University researcher is looking to analyze how businesses can make better use of blockchain’s capabilities to improve their processes. Marten Risius, assistant professor of management in the College of Business, is collaborating with Kai Spohrer, assistant […]
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 […]
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?
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 […]