Charleston School of Business Faculty & Staff Updates

MBA Program Sees Stellar Job Placement Stats

Congratulations to Erin Halford, director of MBA Employer Relations and Professional Development, and the MBA team on their great job placements stats for MBA12 (the Class of 2022)! Placement % at graduation 92% Placement % 90 days after graduation 100% Average starting salary $70,314 These numbers will be part of the next U.S. News ranking…

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Encourage your students to manage stress with Cougar Countdown!

Finals are approaching next week! Please be sure to share the CSL’s Cougar Countdown calendar with your students. This annual tradition is a wonderful way for students to take a break from their studies.  

Student Entrepreneurs Put Business Skills in Action at Holiday Marketplace

The School of Business hosted its first-ever two-day Holiday Marketplace on November 15 and 16, showcasing student-owned businesses. The campus community put nearly $3,000 into the pockets of our students. Read more on School of Business Highlights.

The College Today: CofC Students Score High in Statewide Pitch Competition

Pitch competitions can be nerve-racking, especially when you’re pitching to an audience of over 200 people with judges watching intently and cash prizes on the line. That’s part of why it’s so impressive that five student teams from the College of Charleston made it to the semi-final round of SC Innovates 2022 – a statewide pitch competition….

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Wiley Hybrid Journals

We recently learned of an amazing resource to CofC as part of Carolina Consortium institutions’ agreement with Wiley hybrid journals. We have an agreement that covers open access journal fees in Wiley’s hybrid journals if the corresponding author is at one of the participating schools. This is an incredible value! Open access fees are roughly…

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Mueller Named Co-Chair of South Carolina International Trade Coalition

Congratulations to Rene Mueller on this appointment! “It is a privilege to co-chair the South Carolina International Trade Coalition,” said Mueller. “95% of the world’s consumers live outside the U.S. To be successful in today’s market, firms need to seek international opportunities. For over 15 years, the members of S.C. International Trade Coalition have worked…

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MBA13 Students on No Struggle No Story Podcast

Traveling this week for the holiday? Heading out on a turkey trot? Pass the time by listening to this podcast hosted by MBA13 student Patrick Cacciatore. He speaks with his classmate Max Wild in the latest episode of his mental health-focused podcast No Struggle No Story. “In Episode 41, former UCLA Tennis Player and Kalamazoo…

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Register Today! 9th Annual Strategic Investment Symposium

Registration is now open for the 9th Annual Strategic Investment Symposium taking place Friday, Feb. 24! It is a unique opportunity for the financial community to interact with other professionals and students, faculty and staff of the School of Business.

Congrats to our SC Innovates Pitch Finalists

Over 200+ attendees cheered on the Top 15 teams across SC for the SC Pitch Competition. Congratulations to all of our student innovators, especially those from the College of Charleston: 1st Place… $5,000… VeriMist (Clemson University) 2nd Place… $2,500… Tyronet (Coker University) 3rd Place… $1,500… MitRx Therapeutics (Medical University of South Carolina) 4th Place… $1,000… Sail…

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Recognize colleagues with The Cistern Standard program

Are you looking for a way to say “thank you” or to recognize the hard work of a team member? Check out a new program from the College of Charleston HR team, The Cistern Standard. It’s easy to nominate someone, and from there, the HR team delivers a pennant, along with a pin” for the…

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School of Business Marketplace

The School of Business will be hosting a Holiday Marketplace (November 15 & 16) showcasing some of our student-owned businesses. Please consider stopping by to support our students. Some items include local honey, handmade jewelry, prints, repurposed clothing and so much more. Below is a list of student vendors, times and the name of their…

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