Clemson College of Business

First Look: New College of Business Building

Get a peek at what the new business building will look like! The predominantly brick and glass towers will feature an open design with an atrium and an expansive outdoor stairway overlooking Bowman Field.
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Management student makes a case for cooling beverages on the go

Bright ideas can present themselves in the most unusual places. For Logan LaMance, a junior management major, it happened in the grocery store.
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Marketing challenge taps food for thought

Hands-on learning is encouraged – and in some cases required – in the College of Business. The vehicle James Gaubert’s MKT-3980 class tapped for its experiential learning was a two-semester Creative Inquiry that addressed marketing issues posed by cuisine brand, Tai Pei, and culminated in the National Student Advertising Competition.
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Family support network key to mother’s MBA conquest

Jessica Cokins ’06, a wife, mother of two, full-time employee and part-time student, is nearing the end of a journey of multi-tasking, candle-light studies and late dinners on her way to an MBA.
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College of Business names three department chairs

Angela Morgan, Department of Finance; Scott Baier, John E. Walker Department of Economics; and Jeffrey McMillan, School of Accountancy, were nominated by their respective faculty committees and appointed to the new positions by Bobby McCormick, business school dean.
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MBA Student Association businesslike in its engagement

Clemson's Division of Student Affairs named the MBASA the most improved graduate student association on campus. That accomplishment was a result of a group of MBA students executing on a strategic plan that involved networking, collaboration and communication.
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Clemson researchers plot path to IT user awareness

Clemson business school researchers have developed a measurement tool that gauges a technology users’ level of mindfulness, which can aid them in achieving a technology’s potential, and avoiding its pitfalls.
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Congratulations to the Class of 2017

College honors outstanding faculty and staff

Faculty and staff who excelled in teaching, research and service during the 2016-17 academic year were honored at a special awards ceremony this month.
List of Awardees

McElveen receives Clemson Alumni Master Teacher award

Clemson students chose Carter McElveen, a senior lecturer in the marketing department, as the Alumni Master Teacher for 2017. College of Business faculty have won the award for five of the last seven years, including Kerri McMillan ('16), Jack Wolf ('15), Russ Madray ('14), and Mary Ann Prater ('11).
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Finance student receives CFP exam prep scholarship

Steven Carroll, a senior finance major, has been named the recipient of a $1,348 Kaplan scholarship that covers the cost of preparing for an exam to become a certified financial planner. Finance students can apply for the scholarship by submitting an essay on why they want to become a financial planner.
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Innovative Spirit Award goes to entrepreneur Larry Blackwell

Blackwell ’71 has been named the recipient of Clemson’s 2017 Innovative Spirit Award. The recognition is bestowed by the Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership to an alum who exemplifies the spirit of creativity and innovation in their field.
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June 1: Clemson MBAe EnterPrize Awards Finale

This is the finale of a four-city tour! Students compete in a Shark Tank-style pitch competition for a total of $29,000 in prize money. Space is limited, so please register to attend. You may attend the pitch competition, the networking reception, or both.

June 13: MBA Info Session

Set the stage for career advancement. You don't need to live here to learn here. Find out about the various MBA options, application requirements and schedules available, including full- and part-time options. A short presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. Please register as space is limited. Scholarships available for the Corporate MBA program.