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Faculty and Staff

Stan Emanuel

Title: Business Instructor
Department: Business, Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice & Education
USC Lancaster
Email: emanuell@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-313-7444
Fax: 803-313-7106
Office: Founders Hall 215
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:30 am - 10:45 am
Resources: Professor Emanuel has served as a Guest Speaker for University 101, local civic clubs such as Rotary & Lions, Senior Groups, USCL Faculty & Staff Colloquiums and various churches in the area with topics ranging from the Economy to Taxes to Personal Finance. He has also worked with local industry conducting Organization Behavior Training.
Stan Emanuel, Instructor

Educational Background:

MBA - University of South Carolina, 1983

BS - Financial Management - Clemson University, 1981

Employment History:

Full-Time:

USC Lancaster, 2006 - Current; First Palmetto Savings Bank, 1992 - 2006 (Vice-President & Catawba Region Manager); The First Savings Bank, 1989-1992 (Sumter Region Vice-President of Commercial Lending); First Union National Bank, 1983-1989 (Commercial Banking Officer & City Executive).

Part-Time:

Adjunct Business Instructor with USC Lancaster from 1995 - 2006; Adjunct Business Instructor with Gaston College from 1987 - 1989; Adjunct Business Instructor with Sandhills Community College from 1984 - 1986.

Teaching Focus Areas:

Finance, Management, Marketing & Economics

Community Involvement & Leadership (Past & Current):

Board Chair & Treasurer of Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce; Board Chair, Campaign Chair & Treasurer of United Way of Lancaster; Board Chair & Classroom Instructor for Junior Achievement of Lancaster County; President & Secretary of the Lancaster Rotary Club; Board Chair & Treasurer of Lancaster County Partners for Youth Foundation; Treasurer of Communities in Schools of Lancaster; Vice-President of North Elementary PTA; Chair of Laura Fleming Scholarship Committee; Treasurer of Moriah Baptist Association; Clemson Cooperative Extension Advisory Board Member; & Lancaster County Council of the Arts Board Member.

USCL Involvement & Leadership (Past & Current):

Division Chair for Business, Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice & Education Division; Interim Dean; Chair of USCL Scholarship Committee; Co- Advisor to USCL Rotaract Club; Dean's Budget Advisory Committee Member; Coordinator for Business Internship Program; Academic Advisor to 2 & 4 year Business Students; Guest Speaker for Univ 101 Students; and Business Liaison for Lancaster County Commission for Higher Education.

Honors & Awards:

Professor Emanuel has been recognized on a number of occasions by various non-profits for taking a leadership role in the organization. He has also been honored as a Paul Harris Fellow by The Lancaster Rotary Club. Finally, Professor Emanuel received the Distinguished Teaching Award for both the BBC&E Division and the overall USCL Faculty for the 2008-2009 Year.


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