entrepreneurial enthusiasm with a pure love of sports, recent Clemson
classmates started Bandwagon, an online secondary ticket
marketplace that allows fans a secure and simple way to buy, sell
and trade tickets to sporting events, with an emphasis on college
grant from NASA is funding Marissa Shuffler’s research into how we
address leadership and team building in isolated environments for the
2030 "Mission to Mars" program. In addition, she is conducting two
research projects for GHS examining leadership, team building, and the
emotional challenges of working in the healthcare industry.
an immersive educational experience, both in and out of the classroom,
CBBS students like financial management major Macy McNair are becoming
proven, market-ready leaders, poised to shape the future.
from an innovative blend of two very different learning platforms,
hybrid classes give students the opportunity to learn both in the
classroom and through carefully planned online activities. By
its very nature, hybrid classes are teaching students real-world skills
that will give them an advantage over the competition.
was my pleasure last week to meet some of the benefactors to our
College. On behalf of Clemson and the students who have benefitted from
the generosity of all our donors, thank you to all who have given to
CBBS to be a part of something bigger than yourself. View photos from our special event at Greenville ONE.
Dean’s Leadership Speaker Series welcomes Rita Bolt Barker at 6
p.m. in Tillman Hall auditorium as part of the second annual Women
in Leadership Week. A member of the commercial law firm,
Wyche, PA, Rita works primarily in the area of environmental
law. See more Women in Leadership Week events.
Clemson MBA Program, The Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial
Leadership, and The Upstate Business Journal for First Friday speaker
Nathan Bond, Co-owner and Director of Business
Development, Rifle Paper Co., at 5:15 p.m. at Greenville
ONE followed by a networking reception. See more upcoming MBA events.
Louis Fisher, a scholar in residence at the Constitution Project
in Washington, D.C., will assess the differences between
enumerated, implied, and inherent powers of the American presidency at
3:30 p.m. in Hardin Hall. This research talk is sponsored by the
Department of Political Science, Policy Studies doctoral program, and
the Honors College.