Student Advisory Board pair walks the talk helping peers with careers
Student Advisory Board chairs Abigayle Berendsen and Grace Hickman executed on an idea they conceived to connect fellow students with regional businesses during a day-long event that exposed them to different career opportunities.
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Career Fair Symposium preps business students for exposure to employers
The College of Business' Student Enrichment office sponsored a new Career Fair Symposium this month to prep students for the career fair and spring recruiting. With assistance from several student groups, this event aimed to help students gain confidence and learn how to stand out.
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Price disclosure legislation unlikely to lower drug costs
The Trump administration’s proposal to require pharmaceutical companies to publish drug prices in TV ads is unlikely to help control prices according to a recent CNN article highlighting research by lead author Jace Garrett, assistant professor of accountancy.
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Campus construction creates a learning lab for tomorrow’s builders and designers
Teaming up with the University’s Facilities department and the general contractors of major projects like the new College of Business facility, professors have been able to offer students real-world, hands-on experiences with the construction process that could never be replicated in a traditional classroom.
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Planting strategy research aims to boost Africa’s food output
Hunger is an issue affecting about 240 million people in Africa,” says Ying “Maggie” Zhang, assistant professor of management. “Compounding the problem are climate changes that are forecasted to decrease crop yields 20 percent by mid-century.” Zhang's research shows planting strategies that account for weather conditions, soil moisture and seed availability result in greater yield.
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Accounting study finds student success isn’t driven by ‘grit’
Three School of Accountancy researchers, Jeremy Vinson, assistant professor; Lydia Schleifer, associate professor; and Jeffrey McMillan, professor, set out to determine if student success was driven by grit. They found that other factors played a bigger role in a student’s academic success.
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Meet a Tiger: Patrick Warren
Through multidisciplinary research, Patrick Warren, associate professor of economics, sought to understand the role of Russian propaganda in political discourse. Most recently, he made national headlines when he and his colleague, Darren Linvill, shed light on Russian social media propaganda.
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Graphic Communications students participate in Adobe focus group
A team of graphic communications students recently got the opportunity to work with Adobe’s newest video editing tool, Premiere Rush. The students were tasked with using Adobe Rush to create a video and explore the features, giving them advanced knowledge of the program and insight into how they can utilize it in the future. 
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Feb 1: Learn to Manage like a Navy SEAL
The Clemson MBA Innovative Leadership Series hosts "Learn to Manage like a Navy SEAL," presented by Douglas Kim Law Firm, LLC. Bring a brown bag lunch and join us for this special panel event. Free and open to the public.
Feb 5: Clemson MBA Info Session
Join us at Greenville ONE to learn about the various options, application requirements and schedules available through Clemson's MBA Program, including full-time, part-time, and online options, as well as Business Analytics, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation programs.
Feb 6-7: OMET Americas to host “Future of Flexo” open house  
Gather with industry print suppliers to explore new technologies. OMET Americas is hosting its first open house at Clemson’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics. This free, two-day event will consist of speaker presentations, OMET press demos, networking opportunities and free food.
Feb 13: From JFK to Trump — The Cultural Legacy of the 1960's
The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism presents Dr. James Piereson, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Piereson will reflect on how the divisions between liberal and conservative culture during the '60s is echoed today. Free and open to the public.
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