The John E. Walker Department of Economics is making available a world-class collection of first and early editions of manuscripts and books dealing with topics of individual dignity and liberty in their original form. These books and manuscripts date from the 1400s through the 1800s. Attendees will be able to see and hold these antiquarian […]
A few good young men and women are being sought for College of Business ambassadorships. To qualify for the College of Business Recruitment Ambassadors (COBRA), candidates will need good communication skills, a positive attitude and must be passionate about Clemson University and college. Also, as Wil Niesen, senior marketing major, put it, “a burning desire […]
Clemson University’s Hayek Center for Business Prosperity has received a four-year grant from the Charles Koch Foundation that could provide as much as $5 million to the center. The Hayek Center, founded in 2018, will use funds received from the grant to hire faculty, support research, enhance academic programming and provide financial support to students.
Students wanting to put their best foot forward at the Business Career Fair later this month are encouraged to attend a warm-up session on Sept. 18 at the Watt Family Innovation Center from 2-6 p.m. Career Connections is a career fair prep session for pre-business and business majors that put them in a position to […]
Two new course offerings and a Sales Club whose calendar is loaded with development opportunities are clear signs the College of Business’ Sales Innovation Program is in full gear for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Sales Innovation Program is one of eight Signature Programs in Dean Wendy York’s strategic plan that will leverage the strengths […]
For the second consecutive year, a human resources professional society has recognized Clemson University’s student chapter with its highest award. The Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) has presented Clemson University’s student chapter with its Superior Merit Award for providing growth and development to Department of Management students in the College of Business. Kathy Clark, […]
The College of Business has added to its strong complement of educators for the 2019-20 academic year by welcoming 22 new faculty poised to enrich the minds of Clemson University’s next generation of business leaders. Among the faculty additions are two new department chairs. Craig Wallace most recently led the University of Denver’s management department. […]
While many members of the university community were vacationing this summer, educators from throughout North America converged on the Clemson campus to share ideas and sharpen their skills, all aimed at developing the next generation of graphic communications professionals. The Graphic Communications Education Association (GCEA) chose Clemson University, which houses one of the country’s top […]
Clemson University’s Phil Roth, a Trevillian Distinguished Professor of Management, is the first author of a research paper that has received the 2019 Schmidt-Hunter Award for Meta-analysis from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). The SIOP annually presents the Schmidt-Hunter award for the best advances related to industrial and organizational psychology from published […]
Companies are not only encouraging, but expecting innovation at every level of the workplace. It is widely believed that instilling an innovative mindset across all discipline and staffing levels is key to achieving a forward-thinking organization. The Clemson University MBA program is doing just that through its entrepreneurship and innovation (MBAe) advanced degree program. Examples […]
Expecting high school students to adopt a “Great Books” approach to learning about leadership and political greatness, may be asking a lot. That was the task for 17 high school students enrolled in “Leadership and the Case for Greatness,” a Clemson University Summer Scholars class. And according to professors Michael Hoffpauir, assistant professor of political […]
Research by two Clemson University professors on Russian social media trolling has drawn the interest of U.S. agencies charged with protecting the country’s national security. Patrick Warren, associate professor in the John E. Walker Department of Economics and Darren Linvill, associate professor in the department of communication, have shared their extensive research on Russian social media disinformation campaigns with the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee, the Department of Homeland Security, other federal law enforcement agencies and more recently, U.S. Army Cyber Command.
Having grown up on a four-generation family farm in Calhoun (S.C.) County, Hunter Carson ’18 learned the ins and outs of agriculture at an early age. When the 22-year-old entered Clemson University’s MBAe program, his entrepreneurial energies were focused on finding efficiencies that would benefit his family’s row-crop farming operation. His idea and the resulting […]
The “rule of law” is characterized by transparent and stable laws that are applied equally to all citizens. The rule of law thereby limits government discretion, thus inspiring the investment and innovation that produces economic growth. It is well-recognized that all of today’s most successful democracies are based on a rule of law. Two Clemson […]
As a major driver of Clemson University’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, the College of Business is putting in place building blocks that will bring national recognition to the school’s development of tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and business innovators. A significant block in Clemson’s entrepreneurial foundation was laid recently with the establishment of the Phyfer Innovation Hub in the business […]