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  • 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 […]

  • Girl being fitted with a Samaritan's Feet shoe

    Sole purpose of Puerto Rico CI is lesson in servant leadership

    November 4, 2019

    Up to 15 students will have the opportunity to practice servant leadership first-hand in the spring semester as part of an experiential learning opportunity that will take them to Puerto Rico. Open to all business majors, Servant Leadership Abroad is a Creative Inquiry project that will include classroom research and a week-long trip to Puerto […]

  • Students at career fair-promotes career connections event

    Career Connections Sept. 18 a great primer for Business Career Fair

    September 10, 2019

    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 […]

  • Raven Walton, center, is studying in South Korea

    South Korea study abroad program expands business students’ growth options

    June 20, 2019

    One could say the sun never sets on a Clemson University educational opportunity. Two College of Business students are among the first to expand their horizons by taking advantage of a new global study abroad partnership in South Korea. It’s one of a myriad of international study and intern opportunities available through the college’s Office […]

  • Student Advisory Board members meet at year-end dinner with Dean Wendy York

    College’s Student Advisory Board delivers as promised

    June 6, 2019

    The 2018-19 edition of the Student Advisory Board walked the talk on its agenda. As a result, College of Business students were, and will continue to be, better informed about more opportunities and resources that will enrich their experience at Clemson. “Our agenda this academic year was ambitious and focused on as many ways as […]

  • A Career Fair Symposium will prep students for meeting with employers

    Career Fair Symposium preps business students for exposure to employers

    January 15, 2019

    Business students wanting to walk into the Business Career Fair later this month feeling confident, might consider attending a prelude to the event on Thursday, Jan. 17. Held at the Watt Family Innovation Center from 4-8 p.m., Thursday, the Career Fair Symposium is a primer that prepares students on several levels for the Jan. 24 […]

  • College of Business staff and faculty mange the booth at the PhD Project conference

    College of Business invests in future through PhD Project

    December 5, 2018

    Phebe Davis probably put it best by saying “when you diversify in the front of the classroom, you will in turn have more diversity in the classroom seats.” Davis, a clinical assistant professor in the School of Accountancy, was referring to the College of Business’ commitment to recruiting diverse doctoral candidates and future faculty by […]

  • Engagement is serious business for Student Advisory Board

    October 11, 2018

    The 2018-19 edition of the College of Business Student Advisory Board is serious about their cohorts getting the most out of the Clemson University experience. Toward that end, the board is stepping up its game in getting business students more involved in all that’s available to them. “We are better students, make the college experience […]

  • Gaby Peschiera, NAFSA, Student Enrichment, liaison

    Gaby Peschiera takes on international education volunteer role

    September 6, 2018

    A worldwide organization that promotes international education has named Gaby Peschiera of Clemson University’s College of Business to a consular affairs liaison position. NAFSA: Association of International Educators is a non-profit that assists its members in the administration, admissions and outreach of students furthering their education abroad. The organization represents nearly 3,000 higher education institutions. […]

  • ScanSource, summer interns

    ScanSource taps business school pipeline rich in talent

    August 16, 2018

    Clemson University’s College of Business is known to be fertile recruiting ground for many businesses in search of talent. But few of the employee-seeking suitors have the symbiotic relationship with the business school that technology giant ScanSource does. Headquartered in Greenville, ScanSource has a long-standing connection to the university and business school. Beyond its financial […]

  • TigerLink, Tiger Ties, mentors

    Tiger Ties to join new, campus-wide mentoring platform

    March 23, 2018

    Tiger Ties, one of the most successful mentoring programs at Clemson University, will become part of TigerLink, a new, campus-wide technology platform that will corral mentoring programs on campus. Leah Hughes, the business school’s assistant director for career and professional development, said a group of campus entities have been meeting for 18 months to create […]

  • Career fair, business, jobs

    Alums find career fair fertile ground for recruiting talent

    February 8, 2018

    When hundreds of business students gathered in late January for the spring semester’s Business Healthcare & Communications career fair, some familiar faces greeted them. Though many of those faces weren’t familiar to the students, some of the recruiters representing the more than 110 companies in attendance were very familiar with Clemson University and the potential […]

  • Banner, Tiger Ties, case study, Samaritan's Feet

    Tiger Ties case competition tackles global health issue

    February 1, 2018

    Banner Brock had extra incentive to do well in a recent case competition aimed at selling footwear that has the potential to eradicate foot-borne diseases globally. The sophomore economics major has witnessed first-hand the devastating effects that foot diseases have on shoeless children in Africa during mission trips he made to the continent. So, when […]

  • EDGE, First Citizens Bank, Etiquette dinner, soft skills

    All in the family: First Citizens Bank invests in Clemson business college

    January 30, 2018

    The largest family-controlled bank in the U.S. is partnering with the Clemson University family through a three-year, $60,000 contribution to the College of Business that will fund professional development opportunities for students.

    First Citizens Bank, with more than 135 locations in South Carolina, is funding CU Business EDGE (Engage Students in Development and Global Experiences). The new business program will complement students’ educational experience with a variety of engaging activities that will sharpen their soft skills and help differentiate them in the job market.

  • Singapore, study abroad, exchange,

    Destination Singapore: Studies open door to travel, growth

    January 24, 2018

    Conor Dye has set a goal of living in three foreign countries by the time he’s 30 years old. One of those goals is being met this semester in Singapore, where Conor is taking advantage of an exchange study abroad program at Nanyang Technological University. “It’s nice to have the opportunity for a trial period […]