Garrisons become Academic Cornerstone Partners with gift to College of Business
Dan (’72) and Nancy Garrison of Houston are making another generous commitment to Clemson with a gift of $2.5 million, becoming the fourth Academic Cornerstone Partners. Their latest gift will support the College of Business, including the new building and new Sales Innovation Program. The Garrisons are the first to be Cornerstone Partners for both academics and athletics.
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Craig Wallace named business management chair 
Craig Wallace of the University of Denver will take the reins as the new Department of Management chair in August. He most recently served as the management chair at University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, where he overhauled the Masters of Science in Management Program to focus on global leadership.
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Women in Business sees role in inspiring female students
With more than 120 members, new student organization Women in Business is furthering women’s knowledge on how to succeed as professionals. “We have an ambitious agenda and it involves drawing attention to the importance women play in society and business," said Bri Spalaris, organization president and founder.
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Lynchings linked to black Americans’ low voter registration
According to research conducted by Jhacova Williams, assistant professor in the John E. Walker Department of Economics, atrocities committed against black Americans generations ago are having an impact today on their descendants’ decisions to cast ballots in elections. The four-year study shows that black people who live in Southern counties where more lynchings occurred were less likely to register to vote.
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Stock mispricing being driven by pros 
Supply and demand is well-recognized as the driving force behind the ups and downs of stock market prices. What isn’t as well established is the investor profile most responsible for artificially inflating or deflating the values of stocks. Research conducted by Luke Devault, assistant professor in the Department of Finance, points to a different group of investors than conventional research has identified.
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Clemson's Sonoco Institute partners with SGIA and receives donation from Phoseon Technology
February has been an eventful month for the Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics as a new partnership and donation are enabling ongoing research and collaboration. SGIA’s Digital Color Professional program has named the Sonoco Institute it's first and only independent, third-party evaluator of test prints submitted for certification. Phoseon Technology has donated LED ink curing systems to help support Clemson's future generation of professionals in flexographic printing.
A day in the life @ClemsonBusiness
Check out this month's Instagram stories featuring Antonio Harris, management major and founder of our MBSA, sharing a day in his life on campus. Hanna Wink and Brooke Tannehill show us what it's like to study abroad through our Business in Paris program. We even had an alum get in on the action — see Harold Hughes' day at IBM's Think Conference. Plus, view some pics from this month's Dinner with the Dean sponsored by our Student Advisory Board.
Look how far we've come
The new College of Business building is taking shape and on schedule to open in 2020. Follow our progress live as our new home grows in the heart of campus!
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March 5: MBA Info Session
Join us at Greenville ONE to learn about the various options and schedules available through Clemson's MBA Program, including full-time, part- time, and NEW online options, as well as Business Analytics, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation programs.
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