Charleston School of Business Faculty & Staff Updates

SCIM 2023 Summer Research Support

The Department of Supply Chain & Information Management will be offering summer research stipends for projects related to supply chain management, global logistics, and/or transportation. The funding would be available to all School of Business faculty to promote research collaboration with our department and would provide a $5000 award for each faculty that works on…

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Your Voice Matters

Have you completed the Great Colleges to Work For survey being conducted by Modern Think? If not, please do. You should have received an email with a unique link for you. The survey helps CofC make progress on Pillar 3 (Employee Success). When we know better, we can do better.

What’s Our Vision?

Imagine it’s 2030, and you are walking around our business school. How have you grown? How are you spending your time? How have we changed? What are we still doing? What have we stopped doing? What have we started doing? You get the idea. Last week I addressed how we should think about values, vision,…

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Fall 2023 Registration

Today, March 30th, is the second day of student registration for fall. By the end of today, most of our seniors will be registered for classes. Please be especially kind to our Department Chairs (Chen Chou, Dave Wyman, Bob Frash, Weishen Wang, Chris Mothorpe, and Robert Hogan) and our A-team (Alicia, Chris, Ingrid, Sabrina,…

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Honors Student Publishes Op-Ed in WSJ Student Publication

Honors College student and Market Process Scholar Lucas Moyon (economics, physics and astronomy triple major) recently had an op-ed published in the student opinions section of the Wall Street Journal. He talks about national security relating to the possibility of warfare in space. The topic strongly relates to his senior capstone in Physics and Astronomy…

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Hospitality Course Offers Up Lessons in Authentic Storytelling

The College Today profiled instructor Andrew Nelson’s popular Strategic Narrative in Placemaking class. The course came about in 2019 when Brumby McLeod, an associate professor in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, met Nelson through a mutual connection at Explore Charleston. Continue reading on The College Today.

Angie Passarelli on the Energeia Podcast

Our colleague Angie Passarelli was recently a guest on the Energeia Podcast hosted by Gareth Craze, Ph.D. about the science of coaching. Take a listen below! On YouTube (video/audio) On Spotify (audio)

Headshot Day in the Cistern Yard

Do you need new headshot in front of a beautiful CofC background? Mike Ledford, our college photographer, is holding headshot day in the Cistern Yard on Thursday, April 6, from 4-6 p.m. Headshots are good for… updating your faculty/staff bio page on the website and LinkedIn submitting to media when you’re interviewed accompanying your bio…

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CofC Students Selected for Exclusive Grad School Prep Program

The Dr. Shawn Long Organizational Science Institute out of UNC Charlotte is a graduate school preparatory program designed to prepare Black, Latinx, and Native American undergraduates for graduate school in the organizational sciences. Jerome Stewart, assistant professor of management, serves as the program’s director. Every year ten students are selected from a nationwide applicant pool…

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What Are Our Values?

That’s a question I’ve been pondering since July. We say “mission, vision, and values.” Personally, I wish we would say “values, vision, and mission,” which would elevate the importance of our shared values. Our values significantly impact our culture, which underpins everything we do. We each have personal values. Some of us can articulate them,…

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Welcome our new Director of Professional and Transfer Programs

The Center for Continuing and Professional Education is excited to welcome Wendy Stephens as the new Director of Professional and Transfer Programs. In this new role, Wendy will assist with all aspects of the Bachelor of Professional Studies program including recruiting, advising, and supporting adult students working toward degree completion. In addition, Wendy will establish…

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Resources to support you, supporting students

We’re in the final turn towards the end of the year. Remember to make use of resources available to support you as you support our students: The Office of the Dean of Students houses the Collegiate Recovery Program, manages the process for reporting student violations and helps connect to resources for students struggling with housing or food…

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Celebrating Our SB Alumna/Faculty: Alexis Heifner Carrico ’03 (INTB/SPAN)

#MaroonMemories From the Archives: By Ron Menchaca |October 26, 2015: Read More Here For Carrico, an Ohio native who competed on the College’s equestrian team and also majored in Spanish, a study abroad trip to Chile was the “hook” that led to her first job out of college. “The company I worked for was Chilean,…

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REMINDER: Great Colleges to Work For Survey

The deadline to complete the Great Colleges to Work For survey is March 31. The information gathered serves as a great opportunity to assess the climate of our campus. The data we gather will help inform our progress with the Employee Experience and Success pillar of our 10-year strategic plan. Check your email! On March…

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Lowcountry Citizens’ Summit

It is our pleasure to invite you to the 2023 Lowcountry Citizens’ Summit, scheduled for Saturday, March 25th from 9:45 am to 3:00 pm. The Lowcountry Citizen’s Summit began in 2018 as a way to bring together local community members with College of Charleston students and campus members for timely, meaningful conversations regarding the building…

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Be Curious

I hope you had a great spring break. It allowed me to spend time with family and finish several books. Reading is something I enjoy and need to do more often. I gleaned a few insights, such as instead of focusing on being right, we should consider ways we are wrong and strive to be…

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Faculty R&D Call for Proposals for Fall 2023 projects

Colleagues, The College of Charleston Faculty Research and Development Committee is now accepting proposals for Faculty Research and Development Grants for the award period for August 16th – December 31st, 2023. The deadline for submission of proposals is 5 PM on Monday, April 3rd, 2023. Updated proposal guidelines, forms, and examples of successful proposals are…

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For the Classroom – Public Safety Reminders

We are on an urban, open campus, which allows Charleston residents and guests to freely enter our buildings. For the most part, those who wander into our buildings are appropriately interested in The College. This week, an individual visited several of our campus classes, disrupting lectures and unnerving faculty, staff, and students. All is well,…

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Faculty in the News: Thomas Ruppel

Thomas Ruppel speaks to Live 5 News (WCSC-TV) about the shutdowns of Signature Bank and Silicon Valley banks and how they affect local banks and businesses. Lowcountry business feels effects of national bank shut down Thank you, Thomas, for sharing your expertise for this story!

Be a PAL: Program Assessment Liaison

The College’s Assessment Office is looking for faculty from each School to serve as a Program Assessment Liaison to their office. The position includes a stipend and the details are below. Any interested faculty should send me their statement on previous and current involvement in assessment. Interested? Contact Marcia. PALs (Program Assessment Liaison) Academic Year…

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