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Giving thanks and appreciation for all November offered us
November is a month many associate with thankfulness. And those of us in the College of Business had plenty to be thankful for as we celebrated the accomplishments of many within our family.
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MBA students negotiating with students in France through Skype
MBA international negotiation workshop signed, sealed, delivered
By utilizing technology, Clemson MBA students negotiated product manufacturing and distribution with students at IESEG in France without having to leave their classroom at Greenville ONE. “Students on both ends had to deal with different management styles in their respective cultures,” said Judson Jahn, senior lecturer and transaction attorney. “Not unlike what many of them will experience in the global business environment they are about to enter.”
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Erwin Center advancing diversity through Summer Scholars branding camp
The Erwin Center for Brand Communications is gearing up for the 2019 edition of its Erwin Center Summer Scholars program. The second annual week-long camp, which helps prepare minority students for jobs with leading brands and agencies, will be held May 18-25, 2019.
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School of Accountancy’s research ranking cracks top 50 worldwide
Climbing in the national rankings has been a common occurrence for all things Clemson in recent years. But the School of Accountancy’s rapid ascent in a worldwide evaluation of academic research makes their achievement one to behold.
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Professor Mary Anne Raymond, students shine at global marketing event
At the recent Society for Marketing Advances annual conference, Mary Anne Raymond, professor of marketing and director of corporate relations, received the coveted Axcess-Capon Distinguished Teaching Award. Also showcasing the caliber of business education at Clemson, our marketing students were given presentation positions normally bestowed on faculty.
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Clemson MBA students solve cybersecurity challenge in N.C. State competition
“Experiences like this help us grow to become the leaders we’re meant to be. This exercise was unique in that we were presented real-world challenges to solve, and opportunities to learn from business professionals and industry experts,”
said MBA student Nadeen Qubti.
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‘Checkout charity’ may spur return business
Whether you donate to charities at the retail checkout counter due to guilt, or out of the goodness of your heart, chances are the “warm glow” it creates will likely result in you repurchasing from that business, according to research by Mike Giebelhausen, associate professor of marketing.
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Tax-credit housing often in flood zones
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 study by Lynn Hammett, finance instructor and real estate appraiser.
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College of Business adds Strategic Management Ph.D. track
The Department of Management has added Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship and Organizational Behavior as a third business administration doctoral track. The new, five-year program is for full-time, on campus students, and joins the department’s two other tracks in business administration – Supply Chain and Operations Management and Management Information Systems.
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December 19: ROTC Joint Commissioning Ceremony
Cadets from Clemson's Army and Air Force ROTC programs will be commissioned as Second Lieutenants into their respective services at 10 a.m. in Tillman Hall. 
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December 19: Graduation Reception
The College of Business invites the Class of 2018 December graduates and their families to a drop-in reception from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the West End Zone Suite at Memorial Stadium. Refreshments will be served and graduates will receive their senior memento.
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