MARCH 2015

Business students partner with Guy Harvey

Clemson business students have teamed up with Guy Harvey, the man behind both Guy Harvey Inc. and the Guy Harvey Research Institute, to understand how social media can be used to tackle problems related to ocean wildlife conservation.
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Clemson students start international relations magazine

The Pendulum is Clemson’s newest student-run magazine — led, written and maintained by undergraduates who are passionate about international affairs. It aims to give students a platform to express their analysis of international relations, as well as provide student insight into global events.

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Accounting students win debate against University of South Carolina

A team of five undergraduate students from Clemson’s School of Accountancy and Finance traveled to Columbia to debate a team of students from the University of South Carolina’s School of Accounting during the annual South Carolina Association of Accounting Educators Conference.

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World-renowned IT researcher ties technology’s role to business growth

Dr. Varun Grover is the consummate researcher. Named by the Association for Information Systems as number one in the world for research productivity among 6,000 of his peers, Grover’s current research centers on the use of digital technology in business environments. 

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Clemson students pay it forward at Seneca Middle School

The Tiger Ties Mentorship Program provides Clemson business and behavioral science students with a real-world opportunity to explore professional goals while guided by successful Clemson graduates. Recently, Tiger Ties students had the opportunity to pay it forward by mentoring Seneca Middle School students.

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Psychology, management faculty members named candidates to Fulbright Specialist roster

June Pilcher, Alumni Distinguished Professor in the psychology department, recently joined Jack Hopkins, a management lecturer, as a candidate to the prestigious Fulbright Specialist roster. Specialists serve as expert consultants on institutional planning and related subjects to businesses and academic institutions around the world.

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Twitter meets YikYak in Clemson MBA grad’s startup

Your daily interactions represent an ever-evolving social network based on where you are and what you’re doing – and your social network should do the same, says Clemson MBA grad Ryan DeMattia.

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Tonkin named chair of graphic communications department

The director of Clemson University's Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics has been named chair of the graphic communications department in the College of Business and Behavioral Science. Charles “Chip” Tonkin takes on this new role in addition to his current duties.

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CU-ICAR’s Suzanne Dickerson receives inaugural women in leadership award

The college honored Suzanne Dickerson with its inaugural Women in Leadership Award during a special dinner that kicked off the Women in Leadership Week celebration in observance of International Women’s Day.

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Three business alumni to receive distinguished service award

For their dedication to enhancing the quality and value of the university, and giving generously of their time and talents for professional and public service, industrial management alumni Norman Pulliam Sr. and Charles Mickel, along with business administration alumnus Gregg Morton, will be honored by the Clemson University Alumni Association.

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Political science professor's research shows prevalence of executive agreements in foreign policymaking

The recent dust up between the Obama administration and the 47 Republican senators who wrote the “open letter to Iran” shines the light on a highly complex process. Clemson political science professor and department chair Jeffrey Peake provides expert analysis and research data in recent New York Times and PolitiFact articles. 

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Regulation in High-Tech Markets: Public Choice, Regulatory Capture, and the FTC

A prolific scholar in law and economics, Commissioner Joshua Wright was appointed to the Federal Trade Commission by President Barack Obama in January 2013. Commissioner Wright's lecture will focus on the tendency for regulatory regimes to frustrate technological innovation. 


First Friday Leadership Series with Alan Wilson

Join Clemson MBA Programs, The Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership, and The Upstate Business Journal on April 3 for First Friday Leadership series speaker Alan Wilson, Chairman and CEO of McCormick at 5:15 p.m. followed by a networking reception.