Two highly regarded American intellectuals will discuss the virtues and vices of Western Civilization at Clemson University as part of the spring 2020 John W. Pope Lecture Series. Co-hosted by the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism and the Ayn Rand Institute, the lecture, “Is Western Civilization Worth Saving,?” will be held Wednesday, March […]
Artificial Intelligence has shown measurable benefits to business, and a Clemson University researcher has found the real estate industry is one that would reap rewards by applying AI to determine a home’s true value.
The College of Business is showing a pattern of continuing growth as it works toward raising the national awareness of the quality of business education at Clemson University and advancing the University’s brand. Business school enrollment increased 6.6 percent in 2019-20 academic year over the previous year, and all undergraduate majors have exhibited consistent or […]
CLEMSON – Carl Hollingsworth has been named associate dean, academic affairs, of the College of Business at Clemson University. Dean Wendy York said in his leadership position, Hollingsworth will be a major contributor to business education’s role in advancing Clemson University’s rise in educational excellence and relevance. “The College is fortunate to have someone of […]
CLEMSON, S.C. – Might there be a link between health care and crime in the U.S.? Research by Clemson University economists in the College of Business would indicate so. Scott Barkowski, assistant professor in the John E. Walker Department of Economics, and Qiwei He, a former Clemson economics Ph.D. student, examined crime rates before and […]
M. Gabriela Sava’s research delves into an issue that is becoming increasingly popular among consumers of health care – personalized conversations about the medical decision making between doctor and patient. An assistant professor of management in the Clemson University College of Business, Sava’s research examines the process of health-care consumers becoming more active in deciding […]
A panel of business and technology professionals lent their expertise to more than 100 Clemson University business students recently about how analytics and innovation are impacting the financial services industry, but they also offered up some sage advice on career advancement. Technology, Analytics & Disruptive Innovation Within the Financial Services Industry was moderated by alum […]
Students in Michele Cauley’s Social Media Marketing class learned the many benefits of social media beyond updating their Facebook status or sharing a friend’s Instagram story. Social Media Marketing (3220) provided students an introspective view of how they brand themselves on social media and gave them hands-on experience in creating and executing a business client’s […]
The Office of Student Enrichment recently took a page out of Clemson University’s playbook for the future by providing College of Business students face time with banking professionals and Clemson alumni who call Raleigh, N.C., their home. Fifteen students made the overnight trip to Raleigh, courtesy of First Citizens Bank, which funds the college’s CU […]
Whether on the football field or in a classroom, Will Swinney is a grinder. Son of renowned Clemson University head coach Dabo Swinney, Will Swinney plays as hard to win on Saturdays as he does to succeed Monday through Friday as a student.
The power to persuade is a skill that is useful at the negotiating table and the holiday dinner table. Yet, persuasion is a skill that comes naturally to a select few. On the Clemson University campus, the Hayek Center for the Business of Prosperity recently piloted a project that aims to help students navigate disagreement […]
A newly released book by Clemson University faculty member C. Bradley Thompson reinterprets the American Revolution – from the reasoning and moral principles of revolutionaries before 1776 to their attempts at creating new Revolutionary societies after 1776. America’s Revolutionary Mind: A Moral History of the American Revolution and the Declaration that Defined it explains the […]
Clemson University’s chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity has received the most improved chapter and outstanding service awards from the organization’s Southeastern Region. The Kappa Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is composed of about 100 freshman-to-senior members considered to be high-achieving students inside and outside the classroom. One of two business fraternities […]
Sports marketing professionals recently shared their career journeys, employment advice, some do’s and don’ts of job searches and a myriad of other career-guidance nuggets with students attending a seminar organized and moderated by Delancy Bennett, assistant professor of marketing. The six-member panel of Clemson University alumni who pursued careers in sports marketing delved into their […]
This fall’s CMO Summit connected a who’s who of global consumer brand leaders with students, regional professionals and academia, and in the process raised awareness of the scope of The Erwin Center for Brand Communications. Among other benefits, Joe Erwin, co-founder of the Erwin Center, said the mid-September event held at the Watt Family Innovation […]