Army and Air Force ROTC commission 32 lieutenants in separate ceremonies
Clemson University’s Army and Air Force ROTC units held separate ceremonies to commission 32 Second Lieutenants on May 5, 2021. Following the commissioning ceremonies, the newly appointed lieutenants participated in a Silver Dollar Salute on Clemson University’s Military Heritage Plaza.
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Faculty, staff recognized for 2020-21 academic year excellence
Awards for teaching, research and student service and engagement were recently presented by Dean Wendy York to faculty and staff of the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business.
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Clemson research cites shortfalls of revenue-motivated law enforcement
More and more local governments are relying on revenue from fines, fees, forfeitures and asset seizures to balance their budgets, according to research by Michael Makowsky, associate professor in the John E. Walker Department of Economics.
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Clemson researcher’s work called out in pitch for American Families Plan
The White House cited research by Jorge Luis García, assistant professor in the John E. Walker Department of Economics, to help sell the idea that the administration’s plan for early childhood investment is cost effective and has life-changing implications in the American Families Plan.
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Class of 2021: Career advice from alumna thriving in the Hollywood Hills
For Ashley Holt ’12, her management degree from Clemson University’s Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business has helped her navigate the financial and accounting sides of television production. We reached out to Ashley to hear what she has learned along her career path so far.
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Magees believe the time is now for investing in business education
Both ’02 marketing graduates of Clemson University, Alan and Marianna Magee are successful 40-something marketing executives who decided to stay connected to their alma mater, and they’re doing it in a multitude of ways.
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Opening the doors of opportunity
A strategically planned learning environment that brings students, faculty and industry together in a collaborative space, one that is forward-thinking in its design and daily application: This is the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business.
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Kevin Tsui, an associate professor of economics at Clemson University, shared with AppleDaily that although Hong Kong’s property market was mainly affected by factors such as land supply, the current British-bound migration wave had changed leasing demand in the city.
Brad Hobbs, Clemson University clinical professor of economics, comments on the market shift that has turned municipal recycling programs from income earners to income losers in the Greenville Journal.
Institutional Investor shares a study from Luke DeVault of Clemson University and colleagues that reports that the presence of leveraged ETFs in institutional portfolios has had an overall adverse effect on performance.
Clemson economics chair Scott Baier tells Fox Carolina that he understands why drivers are panic-buying following the Cyberattack at Colonial Pipeline but feels it may not be necessary.
Accounting Today reports that Clemson University’s Master of Professional Accountancy Program is ranked #13 in the nation based on the CPA Exam Success Index.
Bloomberg Green questions if the Colonial Pipeline debacle will spur a wave of electric vehicle sales. The short answer, according to economists like Matthew Lewis of Clemson University: probably not. But there is a big “but” to consider.
Kevin Tsui, associate professor of economics at Clemson University, pointed to prolonging the one-child policy as the reason for China’s demographic transformation on AppleDaily.
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