a highly regarded electrical engineering researcher and professor,
Kumar Venayagamoorthy isn’t short on degrees. But the Duke Energy
Distinguished Professor of Power Engineering in Clemson's Department of
Electrical and Computer Engineering thinks the one he received this
summer may be a career game-changer.
MBA program held a think tank with companies in the upstate such as
Hubbell, BMW and Michelin to discover where they needed to enhance the
skills of their current and future leaders. SC
Public Radio's Mike Switzer talks to Greg Pickett from the College of
Business about the MBA in Business Analytics program Clemson created to
address industry's need to connect business managers with big data.
working as a post-doctoral research associate at the Center for
Health and Wellbeing at Princeton University, recent Clemson
economics Ph.D. graduate Anna Chorniy discusses the findings of her
latest study on children with ADHD with Shepard Smith of FOX News. Read the Wall Street Journal article.
have always been a big part of Tyrah Perry’s life, but the Clemson
senior management major wasn’t sold on making it a career until she
studied abroad this summer. Much of her work centered on professional
soccer in Spain’s cosmopolitan capital, under the tutelage of a seasoned
international sports marketer.
are better educated and more economically active than their
generational predecessors, but an identified shortcoming of this
college-age generation is the target of a new course being introduced at
Clemson this fall.
by Clemson business professor Amy Ingram suggests corporations lobby
less intensely when lawmakers hold stock in their firms because of the
positive predispositions those congressmen may have toward the
LaPierre started Clemson’s part-time master’s program with the
idea of franchising a sales training program. Today, LaPierre’s
entrepreneurial venture has him embarking on a variation of his original
idea — leadership training through his non-profit ministry, Christian
Leadership Worldview International.
students have been selected from nearly 400 who applied for entry into
Clemson’s Lyceum Scholars program for the 2016-17 school year. By being
accepted into the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism program,
students receive a $10,000 scholarship to study the moral foundations
of capitalism, the only university-based program of its kind.
College of Business believes in the power of mentoring and the effect
that mentoring can have on a student's academic, social and professional
success. The Tiger Ties Mentoring Program provides students with a
real-world opportunity to explore and discover professional goals while
guided by successful and talented Clemson graduates. Alumni and students, join today!
to a free info session from 5:30 to 7 p.m. to learn about the various
MBA options, application requirements and schedules available
through Clemson's MBA Program, including full-time, part-time, and the
new MBA in Business Analytics. Enjoy a short presentation followed by a Q
& A session. Please register as space is limited.