New College of Business coming summer 2016

As a result of a Board of Trustees decision this fall, the new College of Business will be created and the Behavioral Sciences will become part of another brand new college beginning July 1, 2016.
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Entrepreneurial students on a collision course to learning

John Hannon encourages his students to have collisions, because in his world they are a catalyst for learning. Hannon is leading the inaugural year of the college’s entrepreneurial Living-Learning Community for students campus-wide.

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Sophomore business student earns his sea legs with fishing charter

Austin Harley has gotten used to the looks of trepidation on his customers’ faces when they step onto his deep-sea fishing boat and see the captain about to take them 60 miles out on the ocean is a relative youngster.

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New business course helps students think like an entrepreneur

Social entrepreneurs are ambitious and persistent people who apply innovative solutions to solve societal problems. Clemson has a social entrepreneur in Katie Mruz, an accomplished artist and freshman engineering major currently enrolled in The Entrepreneurial Mindset — a new business course open to all majors.

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Look inside Clemson's MBAe incubator program

Retaining the best and most promising ideas in the Upstate: MBA director and senior associate dean Greg Pickett, and MBAe graduate and entrepreneur Ryan Demattia, give a look inside Clemson's MBAe incubator program. 

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Lingering foreclosure properties stunt home sales

Despite improving employment and economic growth, many housing markets across the country are not responding positively due to a lingering hangover from the economic downturn, says Clemson business professor Tom Springer.

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Breaking up nation’s largest banks may come with a cost

As calls for shrinking the size of the nation’s largest banks continue following the 2007-08 economic meltdown, research by Clemson business professor Paul W. Wilson and a Federal Reserve Bank expert suggests doing so may result in more harm than good.

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Taking a page from Hollywood to address pedestrian safety

Clemson human factors psychologist Rick Tyrrell and Ph.D. student Drea Fekety are employing technology used in Hollywood filmmaking to make pedestrians and bicyclists more conspicuous to drivers.

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Dining technology use is no measure of value, business researchers find

Have you ever been dissatisfied with a restaurant experience because the customer-service technology you had to use to reserve a table, order your food or pay for the meal wasn’t up to par? Business researchers aren’t surprised.

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Adversity is just another opportunity for MBA student Richie Parker

Turning an internship at NASCAR’s Hendrick Motorsports into a career is just one way alumnus and current Clemson MBA student Richie Parker has transformed adversity into opportunity, and he is inspiring others to do the same.

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In Case You Missed It: Intro to Being a Leader Course 2016

Learn about the upcoming summer 2016 course "Being a Leader" with renowned Harvard Professor of Business Michael Jensen. The course emphasizes how the effective exercise of leadership not only leads to organizational success but to a high quality life. Email bbsnews@clemson.edu to learn more about the upcoming course.

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Clemson Center for Visual Arts has new exhibition venue at Greenville ONE

The Center for Visual Arts in Greenville and Clemson’s Master of Business Administration program at Greenville ONE have launched a new partnership to bring the center’s art outreach activities into the heart of downtown Greenville.

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Acclaimed columnist, author George Will

George F. Will, one of America’s foremost political thought leaders and a Pulitzer Prize winner, will discuss “America’s Great Debate: James Madison vs. Woodrow Wilson,” at 4:30 p.m. on November 5 in Tillman Hall. Click here for more information.


2015 Pitch Smackdown Competition

Got a heavy-hitting business idea? Get in the ring and present your best business idea in three minutes or less to win bragging rights and $1,000 cash or an all expenses paid trip to Silicon Valley! Hurry, deadline to enter is Oct. 23.

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Millennials looking for 'people and purpose' at work,

Greenville News, Gail DePriest, director of leadership development and corporate relations