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You gave—and we’re thankful

May 03, 2013

The Moore School’s “Thank a Donor for Giving” or “TAG” days give students a chance to thank the donors who made their educations possible. Grateful students lined up in the lobby of the business school this past March and October to write thank-you notes to generous alumni and friends of the school.

Students bottle success for Coke

May 03, 2013

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated worked on a capstone consulting project with a team consisting of company employees, five supply chain students and Jack Jensen, Ph.D., managing director of the Center for Global Supply Chain and Process Management and Clinical Professor at the Darla Moore School of Business.

Students to study at world’s top business schools

April 22, 2013

Study abroad has always been part of the Moore School’s top ranked international business program. Now, through 35 newly established global partnership exchange agreements, the Moore School will send roughly 120 students to the premiere business schools in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Latin America and teach nearly the same number of students from those universities at the University of South Carolina.

LinkedIn: To Connect or Not to Connect? And How to Do It.

April 01, 2013

If you’re not on LinkedIn, you’re missing opportunities. It’s become a universal force, with 93 percent of over 1,000 HR staff and recruiters polled in a 2012 Jobvite survey reporting they use the network to source candidates.

Changes coming to Assembly Street

March 27, 2013

Beginning April 1, the university will begin a project to improve pedestrian safety on Assembly Street ahead of the opening of the new Darla Moore School of Business building.

Moore School team wins Montreal case competition

March 06, 2013

A team of Darla Moore School of Business undergraduate students took first place in one of the world’s top business case competitions Saturday.

Moore School Students Reinvent the College Road Trip

February 18, 2013

RidePost, which has been described as “ for transportation,” uses existing social networking tools to partner students and others who want to share transportation, save some money and meet interesting new people.

Moore School holds 'Topping Out'

February 05, 2013

A 28-foot beam weighing more than 1,000 pounds was raised into place on the new Darla Moore School of Business Monday (Feb. 4), signifying that the apex of the University of South Carolina’s most ambitious construction project has been reached.

Know Your G-Cred? How to Assess, Protect and Monitor Your Online Reputation

February 04, 2013

If you’re under consideration by potential business partners, clients, employers or even your high school reunion committee, it’s a safe bet that someone will do a web search on your name.

Moore School Entrepreneurship and Finance Lessons Put to Use Saving Lives

February 04, 2013

The Watsi website describes IMBA student Howard Glenn as someone who “knows his way around a spreadsheet and has a knack for turning dreams into numbers.” Those skills are tested every day in his job as co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of this start-up charity. Watsi, the brainchild of co-founder Chase Adam, provides critical medical treatments for people living in poverty in the third world.