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Bing Pan Wins Charleston CVB Golden Pineapple Award

Dr. Bing Pan, associate professor of hospitality and tourism management and head L-R: Roger Warren, president of Kiawah Island Golf Resort, presenting Dr. Bing Pan with Golden Pineapple Award. Courtesy of Robbin Knight Photography. of research in the Office of Tourism Analysis at the College of Charleston School of Business, was honored with a 2012 […]

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Global Business Resource Center Signs Agreement to Serve as Export Promotion Partner

The Global Business Resource Center in the School of Business at the College of Charleston was recently selected as a preferred export promotion partner for the U.S. Commercial Service, a division of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The agreement formalizes the parties’ continued collaboration to increase export awareness in the U.S. business community, particularly in […]

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Think Differently Forum presents “The Glass Ceiling in Corporate America: Is it self imposed by women or not?”

The School of Business will host the next Think Differently Forum on Wednesday, April 18 at 5:30 p.m. in Tate 207.  The topic is, “The Glass Ceiling in Corporate America: Is it self imposed by women or not?”  The Forum will feature Dr. Jennet Robinson Alterman, executive director of the Center for Women, and Dr. Jocelyn […]

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Ford Executive to present “The Ford Turnaround”

The next George G. Spaulding Distinguished Executive Speaker Series will feature Ken Czubay, VP of Ford’s Sale and Service, who will present The Ford Turnaround on Thursday, March 22 at 10:45 a.m. in Wells Fargo Auditorium.   This event is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni, Board members, campus leadership and friends in the business community.

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New Director Named for Center for Entrepreneurship

Dr. David Desplaces, director, Center for Entrepreneurship The Center for Entrepreneurship is relaunching under the new direction of David Desplaces, assistant professor of entrepreneurship. Desplaces’ vision for the Center is for it to become the primary point of contact for entrepreneurship development in the region. “We want the Center for Entrepreneurship to be the go-to […]

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Litvin, Desplaces and Davis Receive 2011 Distinguished Faculty Awards

Each year, business professors are selected for their exemplary contributions in student learning, service leadership and intellectual advancements.  This year, the honors go to three accomplished faculty members who represent the highest standards for teaching, service to students and the School, and research published in top-rated journals. This year’s winners are: Distinguished Service/Advising Award – […]

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