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Doug Hanslip joins career services team to help MBA students leverage their experiences

"The depth of our graduates' true international immersion and language study programs is what allows our business school students to differentiate in a field of what can be commoditized MBA programs."

Finance lecturer uses 30 years of international business experience to engage students

After a career spanning 30 years in international business, Jim Thetford now serves as a finance lecturer for the Moore School.

Riegel & Emory Human Resources Research Center becomes 3rd educational institution to be inducted into National Academy of Human Resources

"The NAHR is essentially the hall of fame for the human resources field," said Anthony Nyberg, a professor in the Department of Management and the academic director of the Master of Human Resources (MHR). "Being inducted into the NAHR is the equivalent of a lifetime achievement award for HR practitioners."

MHR candidate takes the next step

Jewel May, a former starter on the women's basketball team, is now pursuing her Master of Human Resources degree at the Moore School.

Moore School ambassador finds success in the State House

Wilfredo Anderson, a third-year student at the Darla Moore School of Business, serves as the director of the Legislative Action Network for the University of South Carolina and as a student ambassador for the Moore School.

Moore School faculty receives prestigious award in operations research

Dr. Sanjay Ahire, a professor of operations research and management science and the co-director of the Moore School's Operations and Supply Chain Center, has received one of the most prestigious awards in operations research and management science practice.

MHR candidate learns importance of adaptability, open-mindedness

Master of Human Resources candidate Jalen Maxton has realized through the program just how important adaptability can be: "Things are ever-changing. You can't get complacent."

MHR alumna credits program's 'close relationships' with helping her land her job

Taylor Lawrence, '17 Master of Human Resources alumna, had several opportunities while at the Moore School to network with Fortune 500 companies, including PepsiCo, her current employer.

Professional MBA alumnus uses multiple UofSC degrees to lead confidently

Cedric Green, VP of Gas Services for SCE&G and PSNC Energy, holds four degrees from UofSC. He uses skills he gained through the Professional MBA program to better communicate with those he works with.

MHR candidate finds 'home,' 'incredible network' in accelerated program

"I've been able to build an incredible network in this program. I've met some of my best friends and amazingly bright people," said Sasha Einziger, '18 Master of Human Resources candidate.

MHR alumnus appreciates confidence gained through program

"My performance at work, as well as the confidence I have in my role, can be attributed to what I learned through earning my degree," said Master of Human Resources alumnus Robert Devane (MHR '17).

MAEcon candidate learns to better adapt to life's changes

"I've learned that doing things outside of your comfort zone will make you a better person, both personally and professionally," said Sara Dixson, Master of Arts in Economics candidate.

U.S. Department of Education awards Darla Moore School of Business $1.2 M in grant funds

The University of South Carolina's CIBER is the only one in the state and is one of 15 centers selected nationwide.

Moore School faculty translates consumer behavior research to the classroom

Moore School faculty finds relationship between beauty effort, perception of moral character in new study

MIB alumnus lands his dream job thanks to double-degree program

Alex Heise (B.S. '16, MIB '17) credits the Master of International Business Double-Degree program for launching him into the video gaming industry, where he's wanted to be since he was 13.

Finance professor enjoys 'frontier-pushing' atmosphere of Moore School

Professor Powers shares his thoughts on what the Master of Arts in Economics has to offer and what makes the Moore School distinct to him.

MHR alumnus learns to value the power of data

Master of Human Resources alumnus Gary Donald shares the most influential parts of his experiences in the MHR program and how it propelled him to his current role at The Boeing Company.

MHR alumna gains both professional, personal skills through program

Master of Human Resources alumna Valerie Lawrence shares the hard and soft skills she gained through the MHR program and how learning those put her ahead of the curve going into the workforce.

A Moore School Milestone: Undergraduate International Business program ranked no. 1 for 20th consecutive year

U.S. World and News Report announced Monday that the Darla Moore School of Business has once again earned the title of the No. 1 undergraduate international business program in the nation. This announcement marks the 20th consecutive year that the program has received the highest rank.

MHR candidate realizes importance of flexibility

Gabe Migala, MHR '18, traveled to Switzerland this summer as part of his internship with Honeywell.

MHR alumna most enjoyed 'industries, companies, perspectives' in program

Mindy Jarvis (MHR '14) shares what she's taken from her MHR experience into her role at ExxonMobil.

International MBA candidate is 'achieving his dream' through program

Sören Friede talks about who inspires him at the Moore School and how he came to the International MBA program all the way from Germany.

Professional MBA alumna enhances communication skills through program

Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor Paula Sabbagha shares what skills she uses most from the Professional MBA program.

MHR alumnus felt equipped for success in any field after program

Devon Taylor (MHR '12), now an ExxonMobil HR staffing and development advisor, shares a few pointers for current Master of Human Resources students.

MHR candidate learns to anticipate, conquer challenges through program

Samantha McFadden (MHR '18) shares her summer internship experience at Johnson & Johnson

 

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