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Operations and supply chain initiative helps nonprofits

(Mar. 17, 2021) Students and faculty members will partner with for-profit companies, who will sponsor projects for nonprofit organizations.

Alumna finishing international master’s, begins career with multinational corporation

(Mar. 22, 2021) Moore School alumna Taylor Bilardello focused her undergraduate degree courses so she could one day incorporate her love for language into her everyday life and career.

Management science professor awarded USC professor of the year

(Apr. 28, 2021) Moore School management science professor Sanjay Ahire was awarded the Michael J. Mungo Distinguished Professor of the Year award by USC. 

Alumna demonstrates Moore School skills with global technology company

(Apr. 30, 2021) Alumna Meghan Peterson credits Moore School with providing her the skills and opportunities that allowed her to launch her career.

USC alumni, current students vie for seed money for new businesses

(May 6, 2021) Four teams competed in the Moore School’s virtual Proving Ground entrepreneurial competition and won more than $40,000 in total seed money. 

Student and alumna hone language skills with scholarship

(Oct. 22, 2021) Moore School student and alumna were awarded scholarships to participate in a prestigious and intensive language immersion program in summer 2021.

Supply chain problems will work themselves out

(Dec. 21, 2021) With supply chains as long and complex as we have today, stretching around the globe, if something goes wrong at one stage in the process, everything gets held up.


Boeing data analytics competition

(Apr. 15, 2019) Five teams of Moore School and engineering students presented their findings in the Boeing Analytics Case Competition.

Students work to save company dollars

(July 16, 2019) Moore School undergraduate students worked with 16 companies to assist in finding cost-savings measures.

Operations and supply chain transfer pathway

(Sept. 9, 2019) Midlands Technical College is now offering a transfer pathway that will facilitate MTC students transferring into the Moore School’s operations and supply chain program.

Moore School emphasizing data proficiency for all students

(Sept, 17, 2019) As far as staff can tell, no business school in America is focusing on data proficiency and analytics at the Moore School’s scale and level.

Veteran combines military skills with MBA degree

(Nov. 7, 2019) After over a decade with the Marines, Derrick Brosius decided to get his MBA from the Moore School and is now a Synovos site manager. 

Transitioning from music teacher, Disney analyst to faculty

(Nov. 21, 2019) After several careers, doctoral candidate Caitlin Ray realized her passion for academia and decided to pursue her Ph.D. in business administration. 

Family provides scholarship to pay it forward

(Dec. 2, 2019)  Senior Kyle Alsop received the Barnes Family Business Scholarship and said the award has given him some breathing room as he pays for his education.

Analytics Hackathon provides company with solutions

(Dec. 11, 2019) Seventeen Moore School and Engineering and Computing students participated in the inaugural Analytics Hackathon to solve an operations and supply chain issue for Schaeffler Group USA Inc.

Students highlight Capstone consulting projects

(Dec. 16, 2019) Eleven teams of students spent their fall semesters working on operations and supply chain Capstone consulting projects for various companies. 

Alumna uses degree to earn promotion

(Dec. 19, 2019) Erika Davis (’18 MBA) has been promoted to the RDI North America logistics coordinator at Michelin within a year of graduating from the Moore School.


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