A study by two Clemson University researchers, along with a professor at the University of Arizona, has found there’s work to be done by California public companies that are required by law to have at least one female director on their boards by the end of the year.
Finance runs in the Lee family, which calls Greenwood home and Clemson near and dear to their hearts. The four children of Kerry and Kathy Lee, both medical professionals, have all attended Clemson University’s business school and majored in financial management. Three of the four are successful finance professionals. The youngest, Emma, is a 19-year-old […]
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. […]
As the director of strategy and operations for Clemson’s finance and operations division, Knox is tasked with running the process improvement Lean program, which is dedicated to building a culture of continuous improvement on Clemson’s campus.
Supply and demand is well-recognized as the driving force behind the ups and downs of stock market prices. Further, prices seems to be sensitive to the overall mood of the market. What isn’t as well established is the investor profile most responsible for artificially inflating or deflating the values of stocks. Research conducted by a […]
Developers are spending billions of taxpayer dollars on affordable housing projects with little attention being paid to those properties’ susceptibility to flooding and storm surges, according to a Clemson University adjunct professor in the College of Business. Lynn Hammett, a real estate appraiser and instructor in the college’s Department of Finance, conducted research on Low […]
Members of the Wall Street South Investment Club may be investing “house money,” but it’s a sure bet they’re getting a return on their investments. And that’s the bottom line for the Department of Finance student club, which had a record of more than 200 members in the recently completed academic year. It was the […]
Alex Spence is the first to admit he hasn’t had many brushes with adversity in his 22 years. The senior College of Business finance major has had straight A’s in his 16 years of school, except for one hiccup, the B he received in English as a college freshman. Alex has excelled in virtually everything […]
With an IRS agent and an FBI financial analyst as parents, this Tiger learned the fine points of corporate finance at a young age. Today, he shares those lessons — as well as those he learned along the way — with his undergraduate and graduate students. Meet Brandon Lockhart.
Steven Carroll, a senior financial management major from Aiken, S.C., has been named the recipient of a $1,348 scholarship that covers the cost of preparing for an exam to become a certified financial planner. The scholarship is being offered by Kaplan, Inc., an organization that provides exam preps for a variety or professional licensing and […]
The early returns are good for Clemson business students volunteering as tax preparers for Pickens County residents. Sixteen freshman and sophomore College of Business students are giving their time and knowledge to an Internal Revenue Service volunteer tax program through the United Way of Pickens County. “Our volunteer students make up more than half of […]
Financial management students in Kerri McMillan’s Finance 3050 class are getting a jump-start on their counterparts at many other college campuses in learning how to use Bloomberg Financial Markets technology, considered the industry’s gold standard in market analytics. More than 100 finance students, including Wall Street South Investment Club members, passed through the College of […]
Clemson University has been recognized by Financial Planning magazine as having one of the top 75 programs in the nation for students pursuing financial planning careers.
Charles Tegen, Clemson University’s associate vice president for finance, was awarded the 2016 Professional Development Award for his notable and extensive contributions to the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO).
John Alexander, professor of finance and chief investment officer for the Clemson University Foundation, is a recipient of the prestigious 2016 Institutional Investor Award presented by Institutional Investor magazine.