Professor of Management Tom Zagenczyk has been named the editor in chief of Group & Organization Management, a peer-reviewed, bi-monthly academic journal. The journal publishes work of scholars who extend management and organization theory and address implications for practitioners. Currently an associate editor for Group & Organization Management (GOM), Zagenczyk succeeds Bill Gardner of Texas […]
College of Business entrepreneurial management major Sudarshan Sridharan has found a way to ease the financial stress many small businesses are experiencing as a result of COVID-19’s prolonged effect on the economy. The sophomore native of Richmond, Va., has put his passion for business building to work for restaurants and shops in Clemson hurt by […]
Teams of Erwin Center for Brand Communications students have been collaborating virtually with Uniroyal tires this semester in developing strategic insights and campaign concepts to target new consumers for the Michelin-brand manufacturer. Brand Strategy and Brand Creation and Communications courses have been led, respectively, by Jackie Herr, Erwin Center faculty member, and board member and […]
Emory Doppelheuer got a pass from his instructors in the College of Business last week for some community service work. But it wasn’t related to any community service project tied to the business school. The pre-business sophomore was busy all week long, chainsaw in hand and friends at his side, helping Seneca residents get back […]
The world’s largest business education alliance, AACSB recently announced Clemson’s business and accounting degree programs have met the rigorous standards of quality in teaching, research, curriculum development and student learning.
Michele Cauley’s marketing students aren’t letting the COVID-19 health crisis get in the way of their learning. In fact, they’re leveraging it. “It’s experiential learning at its finest,” the College of Business professor of practice said. “These students will be forever changed by what they’re experiencing, which is going to provide them with a positive […]
The 2019-20 academic year may be ending in a less-than-desirable fashion, but it doesn’t diminish the academic excellence achieved by College of Business students. Some of the best and brightest students across all disciplines of business have been duly recognized for their accomplishments inside and outside the classroom. Banner Brock, a senior majoring in Economics, […]
Keep Calm and Carry On, the popular internet meme and World War II British battle cry, seems to be the approach College of Business students are taking in finishing their spring semesters through online learning platforms. Hunkered down in their homes and apartments due to the COVID-19 health crisis, most Clemson University business students contacted […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]