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Faculty awarded promotions

The Moore School promoted a number of faculty this summer.

Ph.D. alumna continuing management theories research, joins faculty at Detroit university

Moore School Ph.D. graduate Xing Liu joined the faculty at Wayne State University as an assistant professor after graduating in May 2020.

Korean air force motivates Ph.D. student to study management science, fix inefficiencies

Moore School Ph.D. candidate Sanghoon Cho said he has experienced the importance of operations efficiency firsthand as a member of the Republic of Korea Air Force, which influenced his decision to focus his degree in production and operations management.

Ph.D. alumnus' health care experience inspires his research on hospital, physician operations

Moore School Ph.D. student Justin Kistler has spent the past five years studying how changes in the U.S. health care industry affect hospitals and physicians.

International business Ph.D. student researching digital technology's role in international strategy

Moore School Ph.D. student Pengxiang Zhang has focused his degree in international business because he believes that globalization is the driving force that shapes the world.

Ph.D. alumnus awarded prestigious honor for his dissertation

Moore School alumnus Noman Shaheer ('19 Ph.D., international business) recently received the Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award during the Academy of International Business Conference 2020.

Four Moore School students among winners of UofSC COVID-19 entrepreneurial challenge

Four Moore School students win UofSC COVID-19 Ideas Challenge and earn money to begin their entrepreneurial business ideas.

Alumna and marketing faculty member working to make the world a better place

Marketing clinical assistant professor Kealy Carter ('07 IMBA, '14 Ph.D. marketing) uses her passion for sustainability to guide her research and show her students how they can navigate data-rich environments and analyze diverse pieces of information.

MBA alumnus relies on degree's skills to open men's barbershop and spa in midst of COVID-19 pandemic

Alumnus Landry Phillips ('19 MBA) immediately applied the skills he learned in the Professional MBA program by creating a business plan for and opening his new business, the Regal Lounge.

MBA marketing students, FedEx partner on mutually beneficial data project

A Moore School MBA advanced marketing research class worked with FedEx in the spring to conduct an international research study and inform potential growth opportunity areas for the multinational shipping company.

2019 Page Prize winners announced

The Moore School's 12th annual Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business award winners were recently recognized for their efforts to introduce or substantially upgrade sustainability courses or associated coursework into national and international business school curricula.

IMBA alumni making their mark on Chicago-based electronic discovery company

International MBA alumni Adam Chardukian and Reynolds Broker earned roles on an executive team at a technology discovery firm in part because of the stellar professionalism and higher standards they had grown accustomed to after being part of the Moore School's No. 1-ranked program.

Full-time MBA students return to in-person instruction, represent one of the most professionally diverse classes

The Moore School's newest full-time MBA cohort is one of the first groups of students to attend classes at UofSC in person since the COVID-19 pandemic began; they may be among the first groups of college students in the U.S. to meet face to face since courses across the country went virtual in March.

MIB alumna and Microsoft executive exemplifies working across cultures, advocating for diversity

Moore School Master of International Business alumna Floriane de Longvilliers ('16 MIB) strives to enhance diversity and equal opportunity in both her personal and professional endeavors.

MBA alumnus lauded for his patented financial models that provide investment outlooks in differing countries

Moore School alumnus Sailesh S. Radha ('03 MBA) utilizes his economics and finance skills to predict the best countries and markets investors should consider.

Undergraduate capitalizes on need for masks with entrepreneurial venture

Rising sophomore Hart Bridges decided out of boredom and necessity to make his own reusable masks when he went home to Gaffney, South Carolina, after the COVID-19 pandemic moved UofSC classes online in March.

Finance Ph.D. candidate's research inspired by financial crises, their long-term effects

Moore School Ph.D. student Destan Kirimhan said her background of growing up in Ankara, Turkey, a place where economic problems are complex and long-lasting, is her inspiration for pursuing her Ph.D. in business administration focusing on finance.

Ph.D. marketing candidate uncovering why consumers make purchasing decisions

Moore School Ph.D. student Gustavo Schneider wants his current and future research to benefit both businesses and consumers.

Ph.D. student researches identities, their impact in the workplace

Moore School Ph.D. student Christina Hymer has been interested in human resources and organizational behavior since she was an undergraduate student and began researching the disconnect repatriates can feel among their various identities when they return home from an international assignment.

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.

 

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