Charleston School of Business Faculty & Staff Updates

Biz-eWerk Podcast: M&A with David Moore (S3, EP65)

When you think home office, you may not think about a boat, but for David Moore, MBA, that’s the perfect spot to manage a business. Check out the latest episode of Biz-eWerk for a conversation with David Moore, president of David Moore & Partners, about M&A, building a business, and planning business meetings on the water….

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Upcoming Dates and Deadlines: August

Regularly, we’ll provide a look ahead at critical dates and deadlines on the academic calendar.  Here is what’s on the horizon through the end of August: Tuesday, August 8 – Summer II final grades due by 12 Noon Tuesday, August 15 – Degrees are scheduled to be posted on this date.  Students should wait until…

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Why do you do what you do? Why do you invest in your research? Your teaching? Your service? Over a decade ago, in his Ted Talk, Simon Sinek asked the “why?” question, and I’ve been pondering it ever since. In relation to my academic career, I found myself asking these very questions as I wrote…

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Fall 2023 – SSRP Request

*** from Kelley Cours Anderson, Ph.D.,Assistant Professor of Marketing *** I hope everyone has been able to get some well-deserved rest this summer! While some of you are planning for Fall classes, I wanted to remind you of our SSRP (School of Business Student Research Pool) program. We had a tremendous pilot of our SSRP…

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Honors Program in Business Annual Report 2022-23

Read more about the excellent achievements of the past academic year for the Honors Program in Business. Honors Program in Business Annual Report 2022-2023

Future Thinking (AI)

“Stop educating for their past and start educating for their future.” In a recent Fireside Chat with Boston College: Generative AI in Education, hosted by Grammarly, the above statement resonated with me, because it’s true. In between all the “stuff” that summer brings to the Dean’s Office, I’ve been thinking a lot about our future,…

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Sign Up Now!

All College of Charleston faculty, staff, and students can now access Financial Times & Wall Street Journal thanks to the support of the School of Business. Use your CofC email to start an account on and it will prompt you to use Single Sign-On (SSO). Here are links faculty may find useful on FT….

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Fall Kick Off

Save the date – August 17th from 10:00 – 12:00 with lunch to follow. It’s hard to believe it’s already been a year, we are well into the summer, and the fall semester is right around the corner. Where did the time go? One of our goals is to start each year with a review…

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Upcoming Dates and Deadlines: July 13-Aug 4

Regularly, we’ll provide a look ahead at critical dates and deadlines on the academic calendar. Here is what’s on the horizon for the next three weeks (July 13-August 4): Friday, July 28 – Withdrawal deadline for Summer II classes Wednesday, August 2 – Last day of Summer II classes; grading opens for faculty in MyPortal…

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Business Students, Alumna featured in Summer 2023 Issue of CofC Magazine

The Summer 2023 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is just arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe. Check out a few stories that feature School of Business students. Student Is Busy As a Bee A profile on William Helfgott (Honors FINC/SPAN/E-LLC/SB Student Ambassador/Market Process Scholar) and his honey business CofC…

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Beta Alpha Psi Receives Distinguished Status for 2022-2023

College of Charleston’s Mu Beta Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) has received distinguished status for its 2022-2023 academic year achievements. Beta Alpha Psi is the international honor society for high achieving accounting, finance and information systems students. The Mu Beta Chapter is led by advisor Karrie Saboe, instructor of accounting. Student leadership was spearheaded by…

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Stepping Up

Please join me in thanking Robert (MSA), Alexis (MBA), and Angie (EDBA) for stepping up to graduate leadership positions in the School of Business. While the overall Higher Education landscape changes quickly, change has remained constant in Graduate Business Education. Think about it. The Centre for Innovative Management at Athabasca University launched the first fully…

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