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Former brand manager pursues Moore School International MBA to add promotion potential, international focus to her resume

First year Moore School International MBA candidate Caroline Wright chose earlier this year to leave her position as a brand manager for Pinnacle Foods, a company that includes brands like Mrs. Butterworth's and Log Cabin Syrup, to pursue her IMBA.

Focus on data proficiency equips Moore School students with sought-after skills

U.S. businesses face a shortage of 1.5 million managers with the skills to capitalize on and transform massive amounts of data into insights that can guide decision making and provide value to their organizations, according to a recent study by McKinsey Global Institute. The Moore School is committed to filling that void by ensuring that all of our graduates are equipped with the data and technology skills hiring managers seek.

Moore School MBA job placement, average starting salaries reach record high

The Darla Moore School of Business is seeing huge returns on students' investments with historic job placement rates and increases in starting salaries.

Moore School faculty explore whether increasing technology in hospitals decreases malpractice lawsuits

Three Moore School professors found that hospitals which implement new health information technology (HIT) systems see a decrease in medical malpractice suits - but only if their medical providers are effective communicators.

Moore School PMBA alumnus finds growing success with his jet sharing sales company

Moore School alumnus Glenn Gonzales (PMBA '13) has combined his experience with the Air Force, flying and sales with his Professional MBA business skills to launch Jet It, a company that sells jets to owners who purchase part of a plane with a setup similar to timeshares.

Moore School Ph.D. student wins 2019 Promising Researcher Award

Darla Moore School of Business Ph.D. student Gustavo Schneider's passion for marketing research was recognized with the 2019 Promising Researcher Award, which he was awarded in the spring by the Moore School.

Moore School's Folks Center hires new executive director

The Moore School's Folks Center for International Business has a new executive director with more than 30 years of corporate management and nonprofit leadership experience. Karen Brosius, who begins with the Folks Center in September, has been since February 2017 the president of Careers through Culinary Arts Program, a national nonprofit that empowers underserved youth through the culinary arts headquartered in New York City.

Moore School, Midlands Technical College kick off operations and supply chain transfer pathway

The University of South Carolina's Darla Moore School of Business and Midlands Technical College are now offering a transfer pathway that will facilitate MTC students transferring into the Moore School's operations and supply chain program. The Moore School and MTC celebrated this new pathway with an event on Monday that featured remarks by MTC President Ron Rhames and Provost Barrie Kirk and UofSC Moore School Dean Peter Brews, among others.

Moore School undergraduate program announces 21st consecutive year as No. 1-ranked international business program

The University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business announced today that its undergraduate international business program is ranked No. 1 according to U.S. News & World Report's 2020 Best Colleges publication released on Monday, Sept. 9. This announcement marks the 21st consecutive year that the program has been ranked as the top undergraduate international business program in the country.

Moore School hosts Business Week for South Carolina high school students interested in business

The Darla Moore School of Business partnered with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce to host in late July the annual South Carolina Business Week. In its 36th year, South Carolina Business Week was an intensive business and leadership workshop provided for 113 high school students from 30 South Carolina counties.

Moore School to host Chief Marketing Officer Summit featuring marketing industry leaders

The Moore School will host its third annual Chief Marketing Officer Summit - Marketing in 3D: An Era of Data, Disruption and Digital - Oct. 3 with marketing professionals from Bitly, FedEx, Brown-Forman/Jack Daniels, Lionsgate, Nationwide and Samsung.

Moore School hosting author to discuss current U.S. political upheaval as the result of disengaged business leaders

The Darla Moore School of Business is featuring a talk Sept. 6 with award-winning author Mark Mizruchi about the disintegration in the U.S. of broader business and political collaboration that existed in the mid-20th century.

Moore School job placement, average starting salaries best they've ever been

The Darla Moore School of Business is seeing huge returns on students' investments with stellar job placement rates and an increase in starting salaries.

Research shows teacher crowdfunding campaigns linked to positive test scores

Two Moore School marketing professors have submitted their research to the Journal of Marketing Research about teachers' crowdfunding campaigns and how they positively impact student test scores.

New Five Points Association leader a Moore School alumna

Darla Moore School of Business alumna Kelsey Desender ('12 management, marketing) is taking on the challenge of improving the Five Points entertainment district in her new role as the Five Points Association executive director.

Moore School marketing research shows customers are biased when dealing with local shops versus larger chains

Darla Moore School of Business marketing assistant professor Linyun Yang began her latest research after a rude encounter at a local coffee shop.

Moore School 100th anniversary celebration to be held on Aug. 22

The Darla Moore School of Business is celebrating its centennial with the 100th Anniversary Business Bash, an event for Moore School students, faculty and staff.

Industry Summit teaches Moore School students how to solve companies' inefficiencies

Darla Moore School of Business undergraduate students worked with 16 companies to assist in finding cost-savings measures as well as inefficiencies the companies can improve for the bi-annual Industry Summit. The students spent the spring 2019 semester on the capstone consulting projects, working closely with industry partners to improve certain processes within their companies.

UofSC's marketing and sales department designated a 2019 Top University Sales Program

The University of South Carolina was recently named a 2019 Top University Sales Program for the first time by the Sales Education Foundation.

2018 Page Prize winners announced

Now in its 11th year, the Page Prize is designed to encourage and support efforts to introduce or substantially upgrade sustainability courses or associated coursework into the curriculum of business schools both nationally and internationally.

Moore School management professors create model to optimize retail promotional displays

Two Moore School management professors are helping retailers determine the most profitable products to put at their end-of-aisle displays.

What could a double-degree in international business do for you?

A look at life and learning at Bocconi University in Milan

Q & A with Moore School alumna crowned Miss USA

Darla Moore School of Business alumna Cheslie Kryst ('13) won the Miss USA 2019 title earlier this year.

Economics professor thrives in mutual learning environment of MAEcon program

"I like that the Master of Arts in Economics a relatively small program, so I get to interact with the students both in and outside of class. I enjoy getting to know them and helping them fulfill their goals. More importantly, I also learn from their unique experiences, which sometimes inspire my life and research."

Accounting student receives research award

Accounting major Darren Burton recently received the runner-up award for the Black Track of the University Libraries' Undergraduate Research award for his paper titled, "Real People Laugh."


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