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MIB alumnus first Sri Lankan to graduate from the program
U.S. agency renews UofSC international business center's federal funding
Alumnus credits well-rounded International MBA program with preparing him for product manager role
The Moore School's undergraduate operations and supply chain program (OSC) is ranked No. 3 in North America, according to the Gartner Top 25 North American Supply Chain Undergraduate Programs rankings released Tuesday.
South Carolina SmartState® Program commemorating 20 years of research, innovation and economic impact
Moore School students and Ukraine natives launch campaign to aid Ukrainian wounded
The Moore School's 14th annual Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business award winners were recently celebrated for their efforts to introduce or substantially upgrade sustainability courses or associated coursework into national and international business school curricula.
MBA recent graduate and Army vet launching finance career with multinational conglomerate
International MBA alumna gains skills to flourish in operations and supply chain position
Moore School alumnus Connor Larson ('22 marketing, minor in UofSC psychology) was looking for a way to show his great appreciation for veterans, active military personnel and first responders.
Professional MBA program opening doors for administrative and entrepreneurial ventures for U.S. Army dental scientist and medical acquisition officer
Medical devices sales executives solidifying leadership skills with Professional MBA program
The Moore School's Center for Executive Succession has hired recently retired Trane Technologies executive vice president and chief human resources, marketing, and communications officer Marcia Avedon as its new executive director beginning in June.
Finance professor Allen N. Berger's research explores patterns and business analytics from previous financial and banking challenges and successes to guide bank and government leaders and finance scholars through future crises to avoid events like recessions or depressions. In recognition of his research expertise, Berger was recently ranked No. 5 on Research.com's list of Top Economics and Finance Scientists.
World Food Programme executive director and former South Carolina Governor David Beasley gave a special address at the March Folks Center Forum, highlighting the need for private sector partnerships and innovation to address critical humanitarian issues around the world.
Marketing professor Ramkumar Janakiraman examined the overall survival and growth odds of a young firm when it is dependent on one or just a few key customers.
Management science associate professor Necati Tereyagoglu recently published research about variations in warranty lengths in the U.S. automotive industry and how they relate to product reliability and new-versus-used car sales.
Two economics faculty members' research highlights the impacts of opioid use on communities via K-12 test scores and the less pervasive monitoring standards for disabled populations.
An international business professor and student were among the first researchers to examine the cultural context of consumer panic buying that occurred around the globe at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three accounting professors' research finds those who owe income taxes are willing to make riskier tax decisions and use their aggravation to morally justify cheating.
Management associate professor Donald “D.J.” Schepker focused his recent research on the NFL's 1993 free agency and salary cap and how those shifts put more pressure on coaches to perform.
U.S. President Joe Biden and other world leaders are setting their sights on Russia's oligarchs as they seek new ways to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin -- and those who have enabled him and profited from his reign -- for waging war in Ukraine.
UofSC Ph.D. candidates earn first place in business analytics contest
UofSC entrepreneurial competition victory launches civilian flight instructor company
Gamecock Consulting Club members win national consulting case competition
The Moore School recently recognized three alumni and one corporate partner during their 36th Business Leadership Dinner. The four awards given at the dinner include the Distinguished Young Alumni, Distinguished Alumni, Distinguished Service and Distinguished Corporate Partner awards.
The Professional MBA program is ranked No. 1 in South Carolina and No. 27 in the country for part-time MBA programs, according to U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools publication for 2023.
Operations and supply chain professor Sanjay Ahire was named among the 2021 Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors by Poets & Quants.
For International MBA graduate Boyd King ('21), his role at IBM is a major change of pace from his decade-long career with his family's bait and tackle wholesaler.
For the ninth consecutive year, the Darla Moore School of Business International MBA program is ranked No. 1, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2023 rankings. This is the 33rd consecutive year the IMBA program has been in the top 3.
The Moore School is hosting the SEC Student Pitch Competition April 4 with the final round of student entrepreneurial presentations open to the public at 7 p.m. at the Pastides Alumni Center.
Folks Center for International Business will feature a special address by David Beasley, former South Carolina governor and executive director of the U.N. World Food Programme, which was awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
Professional MBA program alumna Gabrielle Pierce Cranford ('18 UofSC pharmaceutical sciences, '20 MBA, '20 UofSC Pharm.D.) and candidate Kelley Jordan ('22 MBA expected graduation) decided the Professional MBA program could help them on their path to pursue leadership roles within their respective health care organizations.
The Darla Moore School of Business International MBA program's recent graduates are experiencing huge returns on investment with record employment rates and competitive compensation within 90 days of graduation.
Moore School candidate Yolanda Mills ('09 UofSC economics, '22 expected MBA graduation) was inspired to learn more about strategic innovation after completing the Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation course.
Every fall semester at the University of South Carolina, the SC Small Business Development Centers and students from the Moore School collaborate to assist South Carolina companies.
How do real demands of leadership affect strategy in real time? International business scholars and consultants Natalia Weisz and Roberto Vassolo are challenging the standard premise about what leaders can do to make their organizations more effective in a rapidly changing world.
With a real-life look at how multinational businesses operate in and outside their countries' borders, students in the Moore School's International Business Education Alliance are given the opportunity to work and live in four different countries while they are undergraduates.
A Moore School faculty research team wants to encourage automobile owners to pay more attention to automotive recalls -- and ultimately make roads safer for traveling.
Moore school alumna Lacey Wildes ('19 MBA) decided to pursue her MBA so she could expand her experience in supply chain and broaden her knowledge of the business field as an engineer.
A recent Moore School student project with UPS involved Design Thinking, a structured approach to creativity and problem-solving that starts with the end user in mind.
Alumna Tracy Harrell Dunn ('96 MBA, '03 Ph.D., business administration) was promoted in 2021 to dean of the Benedict College Tyrone Adam Burroughs School of Business and Entrepreneurship. Dunn is the first woman to hold this position at their business school.
Sophomore Rebecca Mason is continuing a family tradition in her first year at South Carolina -- but it's a step beyond just rooting for the Gamecocks.
Moore School management science clinical associate professor Leslie Hendrix has recently published a new book entitled "Modern Business Analytics: Practical Data Science for Decision-Making."
Alumni Wilson Johnson III ('89 finance and marketing) and Clay Douglass ('76 accounting) are launching an African American alumni group at the Moore School.
Now more than ever, an MBA is a way to move forward. Many professionals are hesitant to leave the workforce to attend an MBA program. For Dr. Guillaume Dumont ('19 MBA), he wanted to continue working full time as a UofSC School of Medicine orthopedic surgeon and faculty member while pursuing his MBA.
The University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business mourns the death of esteemed alumna Cheslie Kryst.
Marketing lecturer publishes foreign market entry and growth textbook
The University of South Carolina's Darla Moore School of Business is ranked No. 2 among SEC business schools in the sixth annual Poets&Quants Best Undergraduate Business School list released today.
With successful U.S. alumni hubs, the Moore School begins building an international alumni network
Moore School alumnus Gabriel Christian ('19 accounting, '20 MACC) is using the skills and knowledge he gained from his undergraduate and graduate degrees to attain his new role as a staff auditor for Cherry Bekaert LLP in Atlanta.
Alumna and her family create outdoor camping experience company for African American individuals
Alumna Audrey Ware ('19 international business, marketing, and French) was able to broaden her international business skillset and challenge herself after graduating from the Moore School by studying abroad in Oxford, England, through the Moore School-Honors College Oxford Scholars program.
Master of International Business alumna Preksha Jain ('19 MIB) credits the analytical problem-solving skills she gained in the MIB program with helping her excel in her positions with DoorDash, the U.S.'s largest food delivery company.
Moore School faculty research examines if, and how, crowdfunding resources improve student achievement