A team of College of Business finance and accounting double majors flexed their collective analytical muscles and brought home a national title to Clemson University in late October. Emma Lee and Chris Breemen beat out 40 other collegiate teams from across the nation to place first in a technology conglomerate’s case competition in San Jose, […]
The Clemson Young Alumni Council has recognized Martin Tiller of Clemson with the Roaring10 award. Each year, the Clemson Young Alumni Council names 10 alumni to its “Roaring10,” recognizing outstanding young alumni for their influence in business, leadership, community, education and philanthropic endeavors.
Creating exposure for what you believe is the next best thing can be the difference between success and failure for an entrepreneur. Clemson University College of Business management graduate Logan LaMance ’18 and his Tiger business partners are getting that coveted 15 minutes of fame they hope will lead to success. On April 7, they will pitch their business idea on “Shark Tank,” the ABC series that airs 10 p.m. Sundays.
Bringing together interdisciplinary minds to solve real-world issues is one of the focuses of the College of Business as it prepares students to be business-ready upon graduation. A perfect example of that collaboration was on display last month in Florida when Sydney Puffer, a marketing and accounting major, and Sal Tinnerello, a finance major, teamed […]
Two representatives from Clemson University will serve on the new Higher Education Committee of 50—or Forward50, which represents the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).
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.
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 alumna Jennifer Gerow along with her faculty advisors, management professors Jason Thatcher and Varun Grover, have added to their lists of academic achievements by receiving a prestigious award for the best paper published in a leading scientific journal. Gerow, now an assistant professor at Virginia Military Institute, Thatcher, and Grover received The Operational […]
Providing more information to patients on colorectal cancer screening options often times leads them to opt out of the most common and invasive choice for detecting the disease, according to research by a Clemson University business professor. Research by Gabriela Sava, assistant professor of management in Clemson’s College of Business, found that when patients made […]
Sports have been a big part of Tyrah Perry’s life, but the Clemson University senior management major in the College of Business wasn’t sold on making it a career until she studied abroad this summer. A premier-level soccer player who traveled abroad with the U-16 National Team in high school, Tyrah was immersed in athletic […]
Research by a Clemson University business professor and two associates suggests corporations lobby less intensely when lawmakers hold stock in their firms because of the positive predispositions those congressmen may have toward the companies’ interests.
Russ Purvis is taking a two-pronged approach to teaching his students some important lessons in business. The Clemson University business management professor is teaching the nuances of project management in a way that benefits a non-profit, while providing graduates and undergraduates with a lesson in community service. “This is a real-life lesson in project management, […]
If you know of a workplace supervisor who yells, insults or is generally abusive to employees, chances are they were treated similarly as a child, according to research by business school professors at Clemson University.
Amy Ingram, Ph.D., has a game plan for teaching business strategy, and it appears to be working with students in her Management 4150 class. The assistant professor in Clemson University’s business school has had students in her upper-level strategy class competing on an international cyber stage. They managed a digital camera company through an electronic […]
Entrepreneurs in business for reasons beyond profit are often identity driven, which can affect their firms’ ability to survive tough economic times when others don’t, according to research by a Clemson University business professor. The research was conducted by Erin Powell, assistant professor of management at Clemson and Ted Baker management professor, Rutgers University. They […]