blueprint for teaching business leadership is being redrawn. And it’s
happening, not coincidentally, as a generational shift is occurring in
the U.S. workforce. As aspiring millennials replace a rapidly retiring
generation of baby boomers, Clemson's MBA program is already addressing the needs of a new breed of business leader.
Organizations that are still struggling to develop effective social
media strategies might want to pay attention to an undergraduate
research project at Clemson’s College of Business &
Behavioral Science. Read about it in this month's BizEd magazine and see who's taking notice!
Accounting professor and director of the School of Accountancy and Finance
Frances Kennedy has been named Clemson’s associate provost for academic
finance and operations. Kennedy will provide leadership, oversight,
programmatic coordination and support of the delivery of the academic
programs, academic support services and academic budgets.
Niratcha (Grace) Tungtisanont, a native of Thailand and Ph.D. candidate in business management, is researching better ways to recover from the economic and human devastation that often accompanies natural disasters.
Graphic communications professor
John Leininger has been honored by a leading educational association
with one of the organization’s most prestigious awards. The Graphic
Communications Education Association presented Leininger with The Fred
J. Hartman Award at its annual conference this month.
After a spring semester taking classes at The Italian International Institute in Florence, Italy, marketing
student Christine Flannery started a highly coveted internship with
Animal Planet this summer. Read about her experiences and find out what
she's discovered along the way.
an industrial and organizational psychologist, alumnus Chad Van
Iddekinge carefully studies the workplace environment and analyzes how
people perform. Psychologists like Van Iddekinge play a vital and
innovative role in
keeping our nation’s workforce productive and our economy healthy.
Harman is no stranger to the ins and outs of the financial services industry, and the Clemson business management alumnus
isn’t shy about sharing his opinion on how it should and shouldn’t work
on the big stage. Case in point was his recent testimony on proposed
regulations that would hurt retirement investors.