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UofSC releases Palmetto State's economic outlook

2022 state's economy is strong, but labor shortages could limit growth

New Rising Star Fellowship Announced

The University of South Carolina recently announced a new fellowship program in support of increasing diversity of underrepresented minority groups in UofSC's graduate programs.

UofSC's Folks Center announces continued support for Global Scholars Program

Thirty-nine UofSC students from in-state hometowns to countries around the globe have been named UPS Global Scholars for the 2021-22 academic year by the Folks Center for International Business.

Helping the less fortunate

Moore School and ROTC student raises money for Thanksgiving meals with 5K run

Continuing the family tradition

Despite growing up near Clemson University, Karen Fedder ('79 marketing) has always been a diehard Gamecock fan. That is what inspired her to pledge her support to UofSC with a $3.3 million gift for Moore School scholarships, support for her parents' scholarship fund and Gamecock Athletics.

Top supply chain competitors

International MBA students win first place in international case competition

Cultivating work relationships

IB faculty research focuses on context and culture's influence on communication

Enhancing processes, potentially saving lives

Professor and colleagues improve kidney transplant post-op care, prevent re-hospitalizations

Paying and protecting personnel

Companies' COVID-19 responses sway public perceptions

Public/private mergers

Finance professor examines major data set to determine the pros and cons of a public/private merger

Mentoring to a 'family' level

Accounting professor Drew Newman tries to instill a sense of family into mentoring Ph.D. accounting students.

Cultivating future accountants

The Elliott Davis accounting firm partners with the Moore School on a number of initiatives to help develop future business and community leaders.

New international business chair ruminates on the IB's department strengths

Marc van Essen, the new Sonoco International Business Department chair at the Moore School, talked with Folks Center executive director Karen Brosius about his passion for teaching and building on the program's dynamic strengths.

MIB alumnus a marketing manager for multinational company

Many students who join the International Business program aspire to work for a multinational corporation upon graduation; this aspiration fuels many of the International Business applications at the Darla Moore School of Business and drove alumnus Benjamin Bowles ('15 MIB) to apply.

Three skill sets for the next generation of international business leaders

What skills should International Business graduates have for the next phase of globalization? Sonoco International Business Department professor Nancy Buchan and her Moore School collaborators answer this question in their article, "Changes in Globalization: How Should IB Education Respond?"

International relations converging with foreign direct investment between countries

The Folks Center delved into this convergence at its fall forum at the Moore School, "Remaking America's Geopolitical and Business Leadership," featuring South Carolinians Edward T. McMullen Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein (2017-2021) and David H. Wilkins, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada (2005-2009).

Pharmacy, MBA alumna finishes specialty residency, begins executive fellowship

Alumna Gabrielle Pierce ('18 UofSC pharmaceutical sciences, '20 MBA, '20 UofSC Pharm.D.) just moved to Washington, D.C., for an Executive Fellowship in Association Leadership and Management with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

UofSC Economic Outlook Conference to feature former federal regulator, regional and South Carolina economists

The University of South Carolina's Darla Moore School of Business will soon host the 41st Annual Economic Outlook Conference. The EOC will explore whether the South Carolina and national economies will continue recovering going into 2022 from COVID-19 disruptions and uncertainty.

Marketing achievements

The Moore School recently announced some of their senior faculty members were recognized as Moore Fellows, were promoted to advanced titles or were named as chairs of their departments.

'A deeper learning experience'

Energy company manager strengthening business decision-making and leadership abilities with Professional MBA program

Management science feats

The Moore School recently announced some of their senior faculty members were recognized as Moore Fellows, were promoted to advanced titles or were named as chairs of their departments.

International MBA students apply learning to today's headlines

International business professor Marc van Essen pushes his International MBA students to apply the skills he's teaching them with frequent discussions on current events as case studies.

Management successes

The Moore School recently announced some of their senior faculty members were recognized as Moore Fellows, were promoted to advanced titles or were named as chairs of their departments. They also welcomed new faculty members.

'Developing a global mindset'

International MBA candidate Sneha Rangarajan chose to pursue her International MBA after four years with PricewaterhouseCoopers India so she could cement her business analytics skills and prepare her to take on more responsibilities with a multinational firm.

Innovation inside the classroom

The Moore School and Center for Sales Success' partnership with Colonial Life gives students the opportunity to tap into their business acumen and creativity to provide momentum behind sales projects with the voluntary benefits insurance company.

 

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