Clemson’s College of
Business is greeting students in its inaugural semester as a standalone
college with additions to the faculty, new classes and a commitment to
delivering a world-class business education.
Undergraduates and faculty wanting to accelerate their business ideas from a vision to reality now have access to the Clemson Venture Accelerator
in downtown Clemson at 107 Sloan St. College of Business leaders say
the space will cater to entrepreneurs from all educational disciplines
and provide space dedicated to research, planning and launching
start-ups. View photos
Clemson’s nationally recognized graphic communications
program just got better, thanks to a nearly $1 million gift-in-kind
from one of the world’s leading manufacturers of dynamic printing
solutions and technologies. View photos
is one of those words that is quickly becoming a ubiquitous rallying
cry for companies and entrepreneurs alike. But who is truly responsible
for innovative impact? Senior Associate Dean Greg Pickett discusses
where innovative ideas originate and how to sustain a culture focused on
creating value in the marketplace.
Williams has designs on a future that taps into her entrepreneurial
interests and creative talents. The Clemson senior majoring in
architecture and minoring in entrepreneurship spent the summer as a
Spiro Institute UPIC intern immersed in research on how to bring her
ideas to market.
MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is one of the featured programs
in this month's Delta Sky Magazine. See how the Clemson MBA is assisting
students with their start-ups and helping business leaders create
innovation within their companies.
Air Force Lt. Gen. John “Jay” Raymond has been nominated by President
Barack Obama to become the next head of Air Force Space Command. General
Raymond earned a bachelor's degree in management and was commissioned
through the Clemson Air Force ROTC program in 1984. Read More
cost effectiveness and productivity are said to be benefits of a more
digitized business world. However, research by renowned management
professor Varun Grover,
William S. Lee (Duke Energy) Chair in Information Systems, suggests
increased digitization isn’t inherently good for companies or consumers
in some cases.
Beyond the debits and credits, Clemson’s School of Accountancy
opens doors for students to learn life skills that prepare them for a
global business environment. This summer, 30 Clemson students got down
to business in the school’s study abroad program at the University of
extraordinary U.S. Army career came to an end this year as Lt. Col.
Jimmy Mullinax, commander of Clemson University’s Reserve Officers’
Training Corps, retired on the same stage where he was commissioned 21
years earlier. This is the first time a graduate of Clemson’s Army ROTC has retired as the commander of the very program that molded him into a leader.
Fritsche graduated from Clemson in 2015 with a management degree
focused in information systems. Now, she works full time in Tart
Lumber's design center, where—among other tasks—she works with hardware
and ordering custom-made items for clients from Tart’s mill shop. She
says her project management class is the most helpful for her daily
Teasdall has what it takes to succeed in business. A recent marketing
graduate in the College of Business and punter for the Clemson Tigers,
Andy has shown poise under pressure in front of 80,000 fans and national
TV audiences. He’s proven himself equally adept in the classroom by
putting in the leg
work necessary to achieve honors status.
Get in the ring at the Clemson Pitch Smackdown. Present your best
business idea in three minutes or less to win up to $10,000 for your
company and bragging rights. Or come and be a spectator. Deadline for applications is Monday, Sept. 26. Event is Sept. 30.
by for food, fellowship and pre-game excitement at the College of
Business Homecoming Tailgate in the Sirrine Hall Courtyard on Oct. 15.
Families welcome! Hosted by the Alumni Loyalty Board & Tiger Ties
the tailgate begins three hours prior to kick-off of the NC State
football game. RSVP by October 6.