MAY 2015

Tiger Ties mentorship program taps into Clemson’s No. 1 alumni network

The CBBS Tiger Ties program continues to grow, now boasting more than 500 mentors and mentees. No matter where alumni live, we can use their help.

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College grad job outlook best in years

Financial management grads David Cappellari '15 and Hayden Garrett '15 were featured in a recent Greenville News article on the hot job market for recent grads. Finance and accounting are the top two in-demand degrees according to a recent NACE survey.

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ADHD draws Ph.D. candidate’s attention through research fellowship

"ADHD diagnoses are increasing each year and medication is prescribed in almost 70 percent of those cases," said Leah Kitashima, a Ph.D. candidate in health economics. Through a prestigious fellowship from the National Bureau of Economic Research, Kitashima will study how the medications affect the educational outcomes of ADHD children.

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Spiro Institute helps entrepreneurs turn ideas into profits

With everything from entrepreneurial classes, like "How to Start a Startup," for undergraduate majors and non-majors, to launching the Greenville ONE Incubator in 2014, the Spiro Institute has been leading the way in entrepreneurial education, research and community outreach for 20 years.

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MBA student wins top prize for startup pitch at DIG South

For the second year in a row, a student in Clemson’s MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation program has taken first place in the business-plan pitch competition at the DIG South conference in Charleston.

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Business management’s Jason Thatcher to head global technology association

Jason Thatcher, professor of Information Systems, was elected president of the Association for Information Systems, an international organization for academics with 4,000-plus members from more than 150 countries. Thatcher and other faculty who are leaders in the IT field have earned Clemson a top 10 rank globally in information research.

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Finding perspective and purpose in helping others

For political science major PJ Price, university is all about taking full advantage of opportunities to equip himself to go out and make a difference. With each new conversation, each new club joined and skill honed, he is setting himself up to change the world.

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Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

Check out photos from graduation, the ROTC Commissioning Ceremony, and the commencement celebration for the 2015 Thomas F. Chapman Leadership Scholars. Take a moment to meet six graduates from the Class of 2015 — we're proud to have accounting grad Alyssa Daniel '15 representing CBBS!

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Marketing department named a national leader in sales education

For the sixth consecutive year, Clemson University and its Department of Marketing have been cited as a national leader among universities in preparing and placing students in professional selling roles.

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Faculty and staff honored at awards ceremony

CBBS recognized faculty and staff who excelled in teaching, research and service during the 2014-15 academic year at a special awards event this month. View photos from the Faculty & Staff Awards Ceremony.

List of Honorees