Princeton Review ranks Clemson MBA in entrepreneurship 30th best in U.S.
Clemson University’s MBA program bolstered Dean Wendy York’s goal of raising national awareness of the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business with the announcement this week that the MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MBAe) program was ranked 30th nationally. Princeton Review surveyed more than 300 colleges and graduate business schools’ entrepreneurial MBA programs in ranking Clemson 30th among its top 50 programs in the country, according to Entrepreneur magazine.
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Veteran Jeffrey Crouch connects fellow veterans with tools for success
There are almost 350 student veterans in the Clemson Family, and more than 40 are students in Clemson University’s MBA Program – more than in any one graduate program at the University. Clemson MBA candidate Jeffrey Crouch took note of the challenges he has faced, such as transitioning from military to student life, including everything from navigating GI Bill paperwork to learning new classroom technologies to connecting with future employers and fellow students, and set out to help his fellow veterans get connected with the resources and information they need to succeed.
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Linking proven innovation economy leaders to Clemson MBA students and the Upstate business community
Presented by the Clemson University MBA Program, the Innovative Leadership Series features business leaders from the region and across the country who cover topics related to innovation, leadership, analytics, technology and entrepreneurship. Events are open to the public, occurring twice per academic semester at lunchtime on Fridays to kick off residency weekends for working professional MBAe and MBAba student cohorts. View the latest video with Craig Haydamack, SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer at Milliken & Company, and stay tuned for upcoming dates of future speakers.
Interdisciplinary research is sought on digital transformation
Zeki Simsek, professor and Gressette Chair of Business Strategy and Planning, is behind an initiative seeking digitalization transformation research submissions from various academic disciplines.
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Her Clemson Experience involves a heavy dose of activism
Junior management major Summer Shaw is making social justice and diversity issues her business in an effort at leaving Clemson University in a better state for those who follow in her footsteps.
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Cadency emboldens Erwin Center students with branding experience
Immersing students in real-world learning is a distinctive teaching strategy that the Erwin Center for Brand Communications hangs its hat on. One of the newest examples of the Erwin Center’s experiential learning was recently launched by students, for students. It’s called Cadency, an interdisciplinary student-led agency that is collaborating with various units on and off campus to hone students’ branding skills in a professional, business-like environment.
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SBDC, College partner on intern research for small businesses
Collaboration between the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business and Clemson Region’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is lending a much-needed hand to South Carolina’s small businesses through a recently launched student research center that employs business school interns through the University Internship/Co-op (UPIC) Program to assist small business clients with research needs.
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Innovator of the Month Award recognizes faculty, staff
Don't forget! Faculty and staff are eligible to receive prizes as part of the new Sales Innovation Innovator of the Month Award. In November and December you can nominate yourself, or a Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business colleague, for outstanding efforts during these challenging times. Nominations will close November 30, 2020, for the November Innovator Awards. Click here to nominate an innovator!
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Danny Weathers and Oriana Aragon won Best Paper Award from the Society for Marketing Advances. The paper dealt with best practices in teaching Marketing Metrics and Analytics and showed that analytics instructors have unique challenges because of students' inexperience with statistics.
Does it matter if supervisors feel appreciated by their subordinates? Yes! But it’s not the same for all supervisors. Sharon Sheridan, an assistant professor in the Department of Management, discovered this in her research. Find out more.
Jennifer Siemens, Ph.D., associate professor and interim chair in the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business’ Department of Marketing at Clemson University, shares some of her shopping smarts with budget-conscious consumers to prepare for Black Friday with WalletHub.
Dean Wendy York was featured by GSA Business Report in its C-Suite column, which spotlights regional executives of business, non-profits – and academia.
Don Stroud, Clemson University MBA Programs ’20 alumnus, and his premium seasonings company, Stroud Seasonings, are featured in TOWN Magazine.
Are you the type of person who laughs in uncomfortable situations? Assistant professor Oriana Aragon shares the reason for this reaction with The Pulse. She was also featured in a video on @attn and Science Party, Episode 8.
Patrick Warren, associate economics professor and the lead researcher at Clemson University’s Media Forensics Hub, is featured in several media outlets’ coverage of social media trolling and how users can determine whether posts are real or fake. These outlets include Los Angeles Times, The Post and Courier and Daily Beast.
John E. Walker Department of Economics researchers Mike Makowsky and Patrick Warren shared their study on “Jim Crow era” firearms on Twitter, which showed lynchings decreased when blacks had access to firearms during that period.
Management professor Phil Roth was a story source in a Digital Privacy News article about how political affiliations can affect a person’s status in the workplace.
Students in Robbie Fitzwater's MKT 3220 Social Media Strategy class partnered with JD Tuminski, VP of digital for Def Jam Recordings, and up-and-coming music artist John Lindahl to create a real-world project that allows students to develop a social media strategy for a music artist. Find out more and be sure to follow @ClemsonBusiness on Facebook!
Business 1010 hosted "Meet the Dean" where Dean Wendy York addressed business students' questions and concerns. About 90 students attended the event in person, and another 900+ students joined virtually. Read more about this event and be sure to follow us on Instagram @ClemsonBusiness to see all the great things happening at the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business!
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