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USC secures $65 million for new business school home

June 28, 2012

Moore School to be world leader in sustainability

AgFirst endows diversity scholarship

June 13, 2012

For Columbia-based AgFirst Farm Credit Bank, good corporate citizenship includes a strong commitment to workplace diversity.

Columbia firm's gift honors founder & supports students

June 13, 2012

When the partners in Columbia-based accounting firm Brittingham, Brown, Prince & Hancock, LLC wanted to honor founding partner J.T. Brittingham Sr., a gift to the Darla Moore School of Business in support of accounting student scholarships and fellowships seemed like a natural choice.

A record year: 12 USC students win Fulbrights

June 07, 2012

A record 12 Fulbright scholars will represent the University of South Carolina abroad in 2012-13,conducting research, studying and serving as English teachers in countries from Brazil to Russia to Taiwan.

Second Annual Red Paper Clip Challenge

May 10, 2012

Alicia Plemmons, a senior finance major from Irmo, won the second annual Red Paper Clip Challenge, a contest organized and managed by the Entrepreneurship Club of the University of South Carolina.

Moore School students win Royal Roads University Case Competition

May 10, 2012

A team of undergraduates from the Darla Moore School of Business won first place at the 12th annual Royal Roads University Case Competition in Victoria, Canada.

USC Faculty Members Among ‘The Best 300 Professors’

April 16, 2012

The University of South Carolina has four of the country’s best undergraduate teachers according to The Princeton Review’s new guide “The Best 300 Professors.”

IMBA, PMBA Receive Top Rankings by U.S. News

March 29, 2012

Moore's international business programs claimed number 3 and the PMBA program landed in the top 25 of the 2013 U.S.News & World Report graduate business school ranking.

Buffett to Students: Passion Will Lead You to Success

March 02, 2012

In February, twenty business students in the Darla Moore School of Business flew to Nebraska and had the opportunity to meet Warren Buffett—the “Oracle of Omaha”—and get his take on leadership and life.

Moore Student Named Truman Scholar Finalist

February 28, 2012

Elizabeth Wilson, a 3rd year senior at the Moore School, has been named a finalist for the $30,000 Truman Scholarship, a highly competitive and prestigious national award for students with superior academic ability, a strong record of service and leadership and plans for careers in public service.