Celebrating Clemson military veterans and ROTC cadets
Clemson is celebrating its rich heritage in the armed forces by hosting Military Appreciation Week events through Saturday, Nov. 2. Each day features an event designed to support, recognize and advocate for Clemson’s military community, culminating with the annual Military Appreciation Day football game on Saturday against Wofford.
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From military to civilian life, by way of MBA
Micah Sims entered Clemson’s new online MBA program with not one, but two challenging jobs that required him to be away from home most of the year. While taking classes toward his MBA degree, Sims was serving as a lieutenant commander in the United States Naval Reserves and sailing as a civilian for an oil tanker company.
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Business grads honored with 2019 Roaring10 Young Alumni Award
The Clemson Young Alumni Council has recognized Harold P. Hughes, Economics '08, MBA '14; Martin Tiller, Financial Management '10; and Ryan D. Lee, Accountancy '12 as three of this year's Roaring10. The award recognizes outstanding young alumni for their influence in business, leadership, community, education and philanthropic endeavors.
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Celebrating homecoming with our Clemson Family
From enjoying tailgating activities with the College of Business, to building homes with Habitat for Humanity, Clemson students and alumni made this winning homecoming weekend one to remember. Check out all the photos from the big event.
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California falling short of nation’s first board gender quota
A study by finance professors Daniel Greene and Vincent Intintoli, along with Kathleen Kahle from 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.
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Social media cues about political leanings may influence hiring decisions
Social media makes information about one’s political affiliation more attainable than ever. Recent evidence suggests that more than 70% of recruiters look at applicants’ Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. Given the pervasive use of social media in hiring decisions, Phil Roth, Trevillian Distinguished Professor of Management, studied whether political affiliation and information may come into play when organizations screen job applicants.
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Nine freshmen join Lyceum Scholars Program
The Lyceum Scholars Program, created in 2014 and open to all majors, had 650 applications for entry into this year’s class. Applicants were asked to write three essays and undergo a rigorous interview process. The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism’s goal is to bring a traditional liberal arts education to a modern university setting.
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Sales Innovation Program research enriches classroom learning
When looking for relevant topics to share with his students, assistant marketing professor Kevin Chase hearkens back to his professional sales career. The research resulting from those experiences that he brings to the classroom sheds light on issues College of Business marketing students will likely encounter in their sales careers.
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Marketing students’ campaign pitches peanuts to peers
Enlisting alums like Annie Ham ’97, vice president of marketing at McCall Farms, for experiential education opportunities is a hallmark of the College of Business’ beyond-the-classroom approach to learning. In Michele Cauley’s Promotional Strategy marketing class this semester, students are gaining real-world experience working on a promotional campaign for this leading brand.
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Intro to Business class adopts innovative approach to teaching ethics
More than 900 students in 42 sections of the business introductory course are being introduced to a new way of learning about business ethics through Clemson’s hub of ethics education, the Rutland Institute for Ethics. The new approach brings alumni business leaders into the classroom to share with students their experiences in dealing with ethical issues in real-world business situations.
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Elliott Davis bolsters support of Clemson by contributing to new business school building
Elliott Davis, a leading business solutions firm and longtime employer of College of Business interns and graduates, is further investing in Clemson’s future by contributing $250,000 toward construction of the new business school building. Check out our progress.
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November 4 and 6: MBA Info Sessions 
Join us for multiple info sessions on the Clemson campus November 4. Online and Greenville ONE in-person sessions will be offered November 6. Learn about the application requirements and part- and full-time schedules available. We offer degree programs in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Corporate, and Business Analytics. Find out about our new online degree program as well! 
November 8: Innovative Leadership Series welcomes Adam Witty
Bring a brown bag lunch and join Clemson's MBA Program at Greenville ONE Friday, November 8 at noon to meet Adam Witty. Witty is the founder and CEO of Advantage|ForbesBooks, which he has built into one of the largest business book publishers in America, serving over 1,300 members in all 50 states and 67 countries. 
November 12: C-Suite Series – Design Spaces that Engage and Empower 
As companies assess the environment that they are in, or the space that they would like to target as they grow, focusing on the capability of workspace to stimulate and engage employees is vital to success. This C-Suite session will explore design strategies, programs and technologies to improve performance, wellness and collaboration.
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