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Darla Moore School of Business

Events

Events at the Moore School include program-affiliated admissions events, social/networking events, recruiting events and awards events. You can search the calendar by areas in the school such as alumni or degree programs, or by event titles.

Featured Events

Master of International Business Lunch and Learn

Friday, February 28  |  11 a.m. - 1 p.m.  |  Moore School, room 364

Learn how the MIB can help you develop a global mindset and the international skills you need for your future career.  Pizza lunch provided.  Open to all UofSC students.

Advance registration required.


The Proving Ground

Submission Deadline:  February 28
Live Pitch Competition:  March 26  |  6 p.m.  |  Moore School

Register and get more information.

The Proving Ground is the UofSC's entrepreneurial competition to identify and accelerate innovative business concepts. We're looking for ideas that will change the world, and change the way people live. Teams of UofSC undergraduate students, graduate students and recent alumni are eligible to compete for more than $50,000 in seed money, and for the chance to turn their ideas into reality


African American Leadership Conference

presented by Diversity and Inclusion at the Moore School, in collaboration with the Black Business Student Association

Saturday, February 29  |  8 a.m. – 4 p.m.  |  Sonoco Pavilion
Free to attend  |  Get more information and register  |  Registraton includes breakfast and lunch

Aims to empower aspiring African American young professional and connect them with global business and community partners. Keynote speakers are Boeing's Jen Mahone-Rightler and Dixon Hughes Goodman's Moe Brown. Other participating companies include Kohl's, Equifax, Ernst & Young and SC Student Loan.


France, Brexit and the Future of Europe

The Rachel and Jim Hodges Forum on International Affairs presents
Eleanor Beardsley, National Public Radio Correspondent in Paris (NPR)

Friday, April 3  |  4:30-6 p.m.  |  BlueCross BlueShield Auditorium (room 123, Moore School)

Free and open to the public. Get more information and register to attend.

Sponsored by:
The Rachel and Jim Hodges Fund
Folks Center for International Business
The Walker Institute

 

 


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