Kaitlynn Lewis and
Jacob Young are students in business management, not construction, but
an outside-the-classroom mission has the entrepreneurial pair building
bridges in the international community for Clemson.
yourself in what the stars wear can be a few mouse clicks away from it
hanging in your closet, thanks to Clemson business major Diana
True and her business partner Jasmine Ellis, a recent psychology
Pickett B.S. ’14, MBA ’15 has been accepted into MergeLane, a
12-week residency accelerator program for women-led
companies, located in Boulder, Colorado. Being accepted into
their program is a great honor, and is just the latest step in a journey
that was kick-started by the Clemson MBAe program.
Kinsella’s real-world interests exist in virtual environments. And the
human factors psychology doctoral candidate’s interest in the virtual
world was recently recognized to the tune of $10,000. Amelia was one of
three people recently awarded the Rear Admiral Fred Lewis Post-Graduate
Scholarship through the National Training and Simulation Association.
professor Jason Thatcher recently joined elite company in the world of
information systems researchers. The business school professor and
director of Clemson’s Social Analytics Institute has earned a spot on
the MIS Quarterly Most Prolific Authors List.
Fine, associate professor of political science, has received national
recognition for his work with undergraduates in preparing them for
graduate school or public affairs-related careers. He is the recipient
of the 2016 Craig L. Brians Award for Excellence in Undergraduate
Research & Mentorship.
believers in requited love when it comes to romances begun at Clemson —
like financial management grads, Mike Hudgens ’82, and his
wife Holly ’84. They met during Holly’s first week on campus and were
married right after her graduation in May of 1984. On Valentine's Day we
celebrated all of our special couples' connections to Clemson with
’10 (financial management) and Lauren Cleveland ’09 (marketing) are two
Clemson alumni who will always consider their alma mater their home
away from home. Because the University gave so much to the Clevelands,
they began paying-it-forward after graduation and continue to give
consecutively, making them ‘ever-loyal’ alumni and donors.
firm believers in students not putting off until tomorrow what they can
do today. And nowhere does that make more sense than when it involves
taking advantage of what the new business school’s career fairs offer.
Ricardo Paguaga, a junior financial management major, and his mentor,
Clemson alumnus Bill Rodrigue. They're part of the Tiger Ties Mentorship
Program established in 2008 to provide students with a real-world
opportunity to explore and discover professional goals while guided by
successful and talented Clemson graduates. Read about Ricardo's and Bill's experiences.
U.S. Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps cadets were tested on their
stamina and personal courage with the Combat Water Survival Test in the
Fike Recreation Center pool. Completing each of the tasks is a
matter of handling anxiety without panicking, and passing the test is a
mandatory commissioning requirement.
hosting a cutting-edge leadership course created by some of the top
thinkers of our time — “Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of
Leadership.” Clemson alumni, faculty and students can get special
pricing and scholarships. Seating is limited, so start your registration
may not take a lot of additional workers in an industry or an
occupation to impact wages or wage growth, said Clemson economist Scott
L. Baier in The Washington Post article about how economic fears in South Carolina are fueling anti-immigration sentiment.