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Engineer capitalizes on promotions with skills of his MBA

Moore School and UofSC alumnus Cedric Green has realized growth opportunities with large energy companies by combining his engineering skills with his MBA degree.

Operations and supply chain undergrad program climbs to No. 5 in Gartner ranking

The Moore School's undergraduate operations and supply chain program is ranked No. 5 in North America, according to the Gartner Top 25 Supply Chain University Programs for 2020 released on Wednesday. The Moore School's graduate operations and supply chain program is ranked No. 22 in North America, according to Gartner.

Pharmacy graduate builds on clinical knowledge with MBA

Recent graduate Gabrielle Pierce wanted to be a more well-rounded leader as a pharmacist, so she decided to combine her Pharm.D. with an MBA from the Moore School.

Undergraduate learning marketing as UPS intern despite canceled plans abroad 

Moore School international business and marketing junior Vincent Buccini had plans to intern with UPS Singapore during summer 2020 until the coronavirus pandemic caused his program to be canceled. Unwilling to let the pandemic stop him from gaining real world marketing experience, Buccini coordinated with UPS and is now working stateside.

Message from Dean Brews and Associate Dean Hazzard

Today, on Juneteenth, we stand in solidarity with the African American community.

Ph.D. program awards promising researcher, outstanding doctoral student and professor of the year

Two doctoral students and an accounting professor were honored with Ph.D. awards from the Moore School at the end of the academic year.

International business faculty's research renowned for "innovation and entrepreneurship" with award

International business assistant professor Michael Murphree recently received the Emerging Scholar in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award at the Industry Studies Association's annual conference.

Ph.D. graduate accepts "dream job" upon leaving the Moore School

Ph.D. May 2020 graduate Sotires Pagiavlas said that he has wanted to be a professor since he began writing and presenting research papers in elementary school.

Economics professor studies optimal conditions for workplace and innovation contests

Moore School economics assistant professor Philip Brookins is interested in individuals' behavior in workplace competition settings and, more generally, any contest-like situation.

Five Moore School undergraduates honored with Dean's Award

Every spring, UofSC holds Awards Day to recognize the accomplishments of its students during the academic year. Although the ceremony had to be held virtually in spring 2020, UofSC was proud to recognize its exceptional students for their commitment to personal and academic excellence and their dedication to leadership, scholarship and service.

Three MBA alumni among most impactful in the state under 40

Three Moore School MBA alumni were named some of the most impactful individuals in the state of South Carolina. For the past 17 years, The State and have recognized 20 of South Carolina's best adults under age 40.

Moore School announces standardized test exception for fall 2020 Professional MBA applicants

In response to the challenges many are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of South Carolina Professional MBA program has modified its standardized test requirement for the remainder of the fall 2020 application cycle.

Undergraduate team wins first place at international case competition

The Moore School's undergraduate team won first place at the John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition earlier this spring.

Alumna, gym owner weathering pandemic by staying engaged with clients and offering numerous virtual events

Moore School alumna Lauren Truslow ('05 management and marketing) has not been sitting on her couch waiting for the COVID-19 pandemic to pass. The barre3 and The Nail Barre business owner has been busier than ever virtually teaching classes and constantly engaging with her clients.

Rebuilding institutional capacity: the core solution to the COVID-19 crisis

At this stage in the COVID-19 crisis, citizens and politicians alike are asking how we can rejuvenate the economy and allow greater personal mobility while limiting the risks of exponentially increasing the number of infections and deaths.

The Proving Ground assists entrepreneurs in pursing their business ventures with $50,000

Six teams of UofSC students and alumni won more than $50,000 in total prize money for The Proving Ground pitch competition held virtually in April.

Master of International Business graduate blazing trails by completing program

Moore School Master of International Business candidate Sunnie Duong was the first Vietnamese student to graduate from the program in May 2020.

Celebrating May graduates

While the COVID-19 pandemic is delaying their official on-campus celebration, May graduates are still recognizing their hard work and all they have learned during their time at UofSC.

Dean Brews' Message to the Community No. 2

Message from Dean Brews and Associate Dean Hazzard I, Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Deborah Hazzard, and all at the Darla Moore School of Business stand in solidarity with the Association of African American Students (AAAS) at the University of South Carolina following the unconscionable behavior of individuals who invaded AAAS's year-end celebration on April 24.

Moore School's varied student organizations provide professional networking and support

The Moore School offers more than 20 student organizations for undergraduate students to get involved in, from business fraternities and service organizations to leadership societies and more. Students with a passion for their organization step into leadership roles every year to better their group and the Moore School community.

Small businesses are struggling most with pandemic social distancing restrictions, Moore School experts say

In everyday life, consumers visit small businesses like restaurants, boutiques, salons, barbershops and a host of other independent retailers. With the COVID-19 pandemic severely impacting these consumer-facing businesses, some of them may not survive the abrupt shutdown. Moore School faculty weigh in on the impact the pandemic may have on small businesses and what they can do to try to survive the disruption.

Management professor earns Fulbright award to research human capital resources in Ireland

Moore School management professor Anthony Nyberg was recently awarded a Fulbright award to research through a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods how organizations compete through human capital resources in Ireland.

Executive Education launching COVID-19 speaker series

The Moore School's Executive Education department is leading a South Carolina Public Radio and Zoom video series, "Managerial Insights: Supporting Businesses During an Uncertain Time," to provide advice for the business community about weathering the challenging business environment created by COVID-19.

International business students creating community with virtual interactions

A Moore School international business faculty member is leading virtual networking efforts to connect students during the COVID-19 pandemic. While students have been instructed not to return to campus until August due to the ongoing pandemic, international business clinical associate professor Daniel Ostergaard is still encouraging students to have conversations and engage in networking opportunities through the Zoom online chat room platform.

New student body vice president to demonstrate Moore School-acquired skills to advocate for students' needs

Moore School sophomore Hannah White was recently elected the new student body vice president of the University of South Carolina.


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