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Fighting the war from afar

Ukrainian MIB candidate bolsters multinational knowledge to someday "rebuild Ukraine"

Celebrating May graduates

Congratulations to the Moore School students graduating in May!

Introducing the new Professional MBA program faculty director

Economics professor William Hauk will begin in May as the new PMBA faculty director when accounting clinical professor Robert Lipe retires.

Women health care leaders leverage an MBA for career advancement

Professional MBA program alumnae Gabrielle Pierce Cranford ('18 UofSC pharmaceutical sciences, '20 PMBA, '20 UofSC Pharm.D.) and Kelley Jordan ('22 PMBA) take pride in their health care roles. Both decided the Professional MBA program could help them on their path to pursue leadership roles within their respective industry.

Turning adversity into ambition

PMBA student pursuing lofty career goals while giving back to those in need

Luxury abroad

A double-degree MIB alumna earns Givenchy full-time job in Paris after six-month internship

Besting worldwide competitors

Three dedicated Moore School students advanced to the semi-finals for prestigious international business analytics challenge

Celebrating December graduates

The future looks bright for Moore School students graduating in December. Read more about their UofSC experiences and their future plans.

Two underrepresented USC IMBA students were the inaugural Pozen Scholars

Two University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business International MBA students from South Carolina and underrepresented backgrounds received in 2022 the first gift from former financier Robert "Bob" Charles Pozen.

Rethinking China in the world: lessons from Latin America

The rise of China's economic and geo-political power in recent years has become of great interest for everyone. However, the narrative that has been developed in the Western Hemisphere is mostly negative. The majority of Western leaders react defensively or skeptically towards the possibility of having a win-win relationship with China.

Sprinting to solutions for housing crises

An MIB design thinking course created a plan for international affordable housing

A bucket list opportunity

Professional MBA candidate travels to South Africa for "eye-opening experience"

Bringing seasoned global business leaders to Moore School students

Folks Center for International Business offers a Pathways series especially for students

Touchdowns and ticket sales

Management science researcher and MBA professor studies whether, how and when variable pricing strategies can increase ticket sales for the NFL games

IMBA fellowship gives candidate ability to 'smash ceilings, re-imagine what is possible'

Troy Etta Knox ('22 marketing and UofSC political science, '24 IMBA expected graduation) knows a thing or two about reinvention. After career ventures as a singer/songwriter and later a successful landscape design company owner, Knox has always been a dreamer and a hard worker.

Becoming a supportive professor

Ph.D. alumnus emphasizes faculty need to be accessible for students

Making a mark on Coca-Cola Consolidated

International MBA alumna earns three promotions with Coca-Cola Consolidated in six years

Moore School veteran and military support

The Moore School has created multiple programs and initiatives to provide academic assistance and professional development for active military personnel and veterans.

A dedicated alumna

Moore School and USC graduate flourishing in Greenville, SC, business analyst position

Selling human resources

UofSC joins eight universities to promote HR through TikTok videos

2022 Leadership Legacy Award given to American Express Chairman and CEO

The Moore School will present the Center for Executive Succession's 2022 Leadership Legacy Award to Stephen J. Squeri, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of American Express, one of the world's most respected companies. Squeri will accept the award and participate in a fireside chat on Thursday, November 3.

Mastering data

Dual-degree business analytics student places in national competition

Moore School announces 24th consecutive year as No. 1-ranked undergraduate 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 2023 Best Colleges publication released on Monday, Sept. 12. This announcement marks the 24th consecutive year that the program has been ranked as the top undergraduate international business program in the country.

Gaining multinational insights

European global classroom trip emphasizes international perspectives for Professional MBA colleagues

MBA propels engineer to leadership position with Google

Alumnus Kausik Ghosh ('17 MBA) has made the most of the skills he gained in the Moore School's full-time MBA program. Formerly an engineer, Ghosh is now able to take on roles that combine core aspects of chemical engineering with broader business management strategies.

 

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