The First-Generation College Experience: A Conversation
Friday, Sept. 27
Room 136, Moore School
Open to all students, their parents, faculty and staff. Please register to attend.
Join Moore School first-generation students, faculty and staff for a conversation about first-generation students’ experiences and perspectives. Learn about support networks, ask questions and celebrate the unique advantages of first-generation students and families.
Moore School Family Weekend
Friday, Sept. 27
Level 1, Moore School
You are cordially invited to join Darla Moore School of Business Dean Peter Brews, Associate Dean Janice Bass, and Director of Office of Career Management Georgia Doran for an informative discussion of what your Moore School student can do in and out of the classroom to enhance academic success and job marketability. Learn about the Moore School’s curriculum, major choices, and the array of opportunities available to our students and how it all relates to career paths.
Get more information and register Registration for UofSC's Family Weekend is not required to attend this event.
University of South Carolina CMO Summit
On Thursday, Oct. 3, the Moore School will host the CMO Summit. The theme for this year is Marketing in 3D: An Era of Data, Disruption and Digital.
Hear from UofSC alumni marketing executives from Nationwide, Samsung, Bitly, Lionsgate Entertainment, FedEx and Brown Forman (makers of Jack Daniels). The event will also be attended by executives from over a dozen additional companies that are on the Center for Marketing Solutions advisory board. Our friends at Coca-Cola Bottling will be sampling new Monster Energy Drinks and Body Amour sports drinks. There will be plenty of voices to hear, strategies to learn and networking opportunities.
Shuck & Shag
The Moore School's annual Shuck & Shag event brings together alumni, faculty, staff and friends for shucking oysters, shagging on the dance floor and celebrating the school's network of alumni.
The fifth annual Shuck & Shag will be held on Friday, Oct. 18, the Friday night before the home football game against the University of Florida Gators.
Oysters will be steaming, a band will be rocking the dance floor and there will be lots of Southern delicacies to eat and drink.
Economic Outlook Conference
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Moore School will host its annual Economic Outlook Conference. The conference
typically attracts more than 200 business and government leaders from around South
Carolina and is designed to provide actionable information about national and local
economic trends. The conference will debut the Moore School's 2020 statewide economic
forecast. Guest speakers will also cover broader regional and national market trends.
A special topic this year will be the impact of the trade war on the South Carolina
In addition to discussing the economic outlook, speakers at this year’s conference will provide insights into the role of national defense-related research in the development of regional knowledge clusters.