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  • Erwin Center students work on packaging project

    A Package Deal: Erwin Center interns learn by doing with Pamarco

    March 26, 2020

    The Erwin Center for Brand Communications interns are working with Pamarco, a leader in flexographic anilox printing, on an interdisciplinary creative packaging project from ideation to production that will have them collaborating with their peers in Graphic Communications. Since 1946, Pamarco has positioned itself as the world’s most successful flexographic anilox supplier in its industry. […]

  • Accounting rankings feature logo

    Accountancy master’s program ranked among top 50 in nation

    March 11, 2020

    The Clemson University Master of Public Accountancy (MPAcc) program is walking the talk of its vision statement of becoming nationally recognized in preparing students for the accounting profession. The School of Accountancy’s MPAcc program was recently named among the 50 best in the country, according to TFE Times, a leading online news media and academia […]

  • Aspen Fryberger, economics Ph.D. candidate

    Economics Ph.D. candidate awarded prestigious NBER fellowship

    February 26, 2020

    When Ph.D. candidate Aspen Fryberger Underwood was looking for a compelling research topic early in her economics graduate studies at Clemson University, all it took was a chance conversation with a family member to find it. That fortuitous decision to focus on electric vehicle charging stations was a wise one as the fourth-year graduate student […]

  • Pope Lecture Series speaker: Andrew Sullivan, Yaron Brook

    Pope Lecture Series addresses attacks on Western Civilization

    February 19, 2020

    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 […]

  • Lily Shen, Finance, assistant professor, researcher

    Clemson study employs AI to decipher ‘soft’ features of a home’s value

    February 12, 2020

    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.

  • Dean Wendy York speaks to business students

    College of Business numbers reflect position of strength

    February 6, 2020

    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 […]

  • Carl Hollingsworth, associate dean, College of Business

    Clemson College of Business names Carl Hollingsworth, Ph.D., associate dean

    February 4, 2020

    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 […]

  • Barkowski and He photos

    Clemson research links Affordable Care Act to drop in crime

    January 29, 2020

    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, College of Business

    Research weighs personalized health care benefits, costs via efficient designs

    January 22, 2020

    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 […]

  • Panelists discuss disruptive technology with marketing students

    Panelists share insights on careers and technology acumen

    January 15, 2020

    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 […]

  • Marketing students present social media plan to alumni organization

    Students learn to go about others’ business on social media

    January 8, 2020

    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 […]

  • Bank executive talks to students

    Students’ Raleigh trip is money in the bank, thanks CU Business EDGE

    December 16, 2019

    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 […]

  • Will Swinney presents in classroom

    For marketing’s Will Swinney, desire to be his best is home-grown

    December 11, 2019

    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.

  • Students participate in Hayek Center's civil discourse workshop

    Hayek Center workshops sharpen students’ persuasive powers

    December 5, 2019

    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 […]

  • Brad Thompson will new book

    Clemson scholar’s new book examines ‘America’s Revolutionary Mind’

    November 27, 2019

    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 […]