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USC Business Student Named DAAD Young Ambassador

August 06, 2013

International business student, William Hornbuckle, has been named a 2013 – 2014 Young Ambassador by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Business at Moore drawing top talent

July 19, 2013

Each year the Darla Moore School of Business program attracts 30 of the most talented minority high school students from the Carolinas and Georgia.

Two Moore School students take to highway for life experience

May 31, 2013

Ellie Gray and Emily Andreoli first thought of a cross-country road trip as freshmen roommates in the Honors College Residence Hall during their typical late-night, in-depth life chats.

USC names interim dean of the Darla Moore School of Business

May 28, 2013

John McDermott, chair of the economics department, has been named interim dean of the Darla Moore School of Business.

Student wins nation's top supply chain scholarship

May 22, 2013

A supply chain project focusing on a hospital pharmacy earns a Moore School student national honors.

Alexandra Evans (BS ’09) uses GSCOM to bank on success

May 09, 2013

You might not expect to see a graduate of the Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM) program in the world of banking, but that’s precisely where Alexandra (Ali) Szakovits Evans, BS ’09, who majored in Management Science, is finding creative ways to apply GSCOM principals.

GSCOM team is ‘built for success,’ according to Siemens executive

May 09, 2013

Leaders at Siemens Industry Inc. were expecting to be impressed by a team of students in the Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM) program, and the team members proved they were up to the challenge by delivering even more than what was asked of them.

GSCOM students develop strategies to significantly reduce patient cycle times at Levine Children’s Specialty Center

May 09, 2013

Using Lean Six Sigma methodology, a team of students in the Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM) program developed a set of strategies that collectively could reduce patient cycle times at the Levine Children’s Specialty Center (LCSC) by nearly 27 percent.

Carolina Spotlight: Kristine Snyder

May 08, 2013

Kristine Snyder worked during the summer to welcome new Gamecocks to campus after her freshmen and sophomore years. But she hadn’t had enough so she started working in the office for orientation and testing services.

Moore School takes top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek international business ranking

May 07, 2013

The Darla Moore School of Business’ undergraduate international business program is ranked No. 1 by Bloomberg Businessweek as part of its 2013 Best Undergraduate B-Schools rankings.