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Taiwanese undergraduate IB student capitalizes on experiential learning opportunities

Rising senior Chelsea Chang has made the most of her time with the Moore School. Going into her last semester in fall 2021, she has completed three internships, including teaching in Taiwan, and was able to study abroad in Germany.

Professor and colleagues improve kidney transplant post-op care processes, save lives

Management science assistant professor Luv Sharma and his fellow researchers worked with hospital staff to better assist kidney transplant patients in their post-discharge recovery.

Medical doctor credits his MBA skills with helping his practice withstand effects of COVID-19

MBA alumnus Marcelo Guimaraes ('19 MBA) chose to complete the Professional MBA program alongside his full-time job as a medical doctor at the Medical University of South Carolina to further develop his leadership skills.

Dual-degree student gaining skills to someday open commercial real estate firm

International MBA and J.D. candidate India Whaley chose the dual-degree program to enhance her leadership skills and business acumen as she builds on her career as a certified Project Management Professional.

Research indicates mobile money and technology benefit emerging countries

Management science professors Sriram Venkataraman and Yan Dong's research on mobile money and mobile technologies has been published in two recent academic journals.

Rising Scholars program, ROTC prepare students for future military, business careers

Moore School students Logan Shealy and Kyla Walker appreciate the lessons and guidance they received through the Rising Scholars and ROTC program in their first year at UofSC.

MHR alumna credits program with being 'launch pad' for her career

Master of Human Resources alumna Julie Martinez French ('14 MHR) attributes her success as a Comcast HR manager to the Moore School's MHR program.

Recognizing the importance of culture on financial practices

International business professor Chuck C.Y. Kwok has spent close to four decades teaching and researching international finance; he is one of the "pioneers" who has studied how national culture affects financial practices.

Sales executive hopes to pivot career with International MBA program

International MBA student Sean Maurice decided to enroll in the IMBA program after the COVID-19 pandemic struck. Already entertaining the idea of going back to school, Maurice was tired of the "knitty, gritty work" in his sales career.

Marketing professor plays a pivotal role in national racial bias retail study

Marketing professor David Crockett worked with his colleagues in 2020 to craft a comprehensive Racial Bias in Retail Study for beauty retailer Sephora to better inform their commitment for a more inclusive retail industry.

Strategic Innovation Graduate Certificate launches

The Moore School is launching a Strategic Innovation Graduate Certificate to account for growing demand for strategic-oriented managers of science, technology and innovation in the workforce.

Moore School offering Cybersecurity Management Graduate Certificate

The Moore School is launching a Cybersecurity Management Graduate Certificate designed to meet the growing demand for leaders who understand and manage cybersecurity and information assurance professionals.

Examining cross-country consumption and its impact

Marketing faculty Ayse Ozturk and Cem Ozturk recently published research in the Journal of International Business Studies that sought to find if consumers across countries are becoming more similar in their spending across multiple product categories.

Pharmacy resident pairs Pharm.D. with MBA to eventually open her own pharmacy

Moore School alumna Kiera Emery ('20 MBA) applies the business skills that she gained while in the Professional MBA program in her role as a clinical pharmacist resident at Moose Pharmacy in Concord, North Carolina.

Master of International Business student gains global commerce, consulting experience

Moore School Master of International Business double-degree student William Fromm is taking the knowledge he acquired from the MIB program to further develop his ability to think globally and strengthen his knowledge about international trade economics and commerce.

Accounting professor takes mentoring to 'family' level

Accounting professor Drew Newman tries to instill a sense of family into mentoring Ph.D. accounting students. While he sets high academic expectations for them, he also sets the bar high for his own level of support to help guide them through the program and prepare them for careers in academia.

Alumna a financial analyst for global media company in LA

Moore School Master of International Business alumna Natalia Niewelt ('17 MIB) decided to en-roll in the Double-Degree program to get a broader and more worldly education.

Alumnus oversees billion-dollar budgets for multinational organization

Moore School alumnus Federico Michelcich ('20 MIB) decided to pursue the Master of International Business Double-Degree program to complement his management background.

Faculty research: Can a single review determine the fate of a product?

The Wall Street Journal featured recently published research by Sungsik Park, Moore School marketing assistant professor.

U.S. Army veteran, Professional MBA alumna hired as chief financial officer

Professional MBA alumna Caroline O'Sullivan ('18 MBA) merged her business and military skills to become a chief financial officer for regional petroleum distribution company Dearybury Oil & Gas Company.

Chemist diversifies his professional skills with completion of MBA

Moore School alumnus Jack Johnson III ('20 MBA) enrolled in the Professional MBA program so that he could better understand the business side of his role as a technical specialist at BASF, a large and diverse chemical company that serves virtually all end markets globally.

Alumna combines education degree with MHR to become strategic HR business partner with international oil and gas company

Moore School Master of Human Resources alumna Shannon Wolcott McGuire ('14 MHR) decided to use the teaching skills that she gained during her undergraduate degree to pursue a career in the human resources field with a multinational company.

Retired Moore School professors continue 'fellowship and collegiality' with coffee group, check ins during pandemic

Every Monday and Wednesday before the COVID-19 pandemic, as many as a dozen retired Moore School professors gathered in the Darla Moore School of Business.

Alumna, former middle school teacher translates teaching skills to human resources career

Alumna Krista Wessinger ('16 MHR) decided to shift her career path and pursue a Master of Human Resources after teaching for three years in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Talking taxes with Moore School economics expert

Economics associate professor Jason DeBacker explains tax changes Americans may experience this year as the extended tax deadline submission date of May 17 approaches.

 

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