Charleston School of Business Faculty & Staff Updates

Putting Fun to Work at CofC

**by Erin Halford, Director of Professional Development and Employer Relations, Graduate and Executive Programs** Join us to celebrate the launch of Denny’s FUNd, a newly established fund honoring the memory of Ditmar Denny Ciganovic, the College of Charleston’s former Career Center Director, who believed in the power of joy, humor, and connection as the ultimate…

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Update from Registrar’s Office – DocuSign Online Forms

** from Tom Buchheit, Senior Associate Registrar ** As we prepare for the Summer and Fall Registration Season, The Registrar’s Office is excited to announce that we have moved many of our forms to DocuSign. The forms that can now be completed completely on-line are the: Undergraduate Forms for Faculty: Application for Bachelor’s Essay Application…

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TLTCon 2024: Call for Proposals

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) invite you to submit a proposal for the 8th Annual Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) – May 7-8, 2024. This local conference, with global reach, offers presenters the opportunity to share and discuss best practices and lessons learned in…

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James Malm honored by the Academy of Economics and Finance

Congratulations to James Malm, associate professor of Finance, on becoming the 2024 Teaching Fellow of the Academy of Economics and Finance. The Academy of Economics and Finance was founded in 1963 as the Academy of Mississippi Economists. Its composition and areas of focus quickly grew to include most Southern states. By its 50th year, the…

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CSL Satellite Tutoring FINC 303 will NOT Meet on Friday, March 1

From Lindy Coleman, Director, Center for Student Learning Just a heads up that the CSL Satellite tutoring for FINC 303 in the Beatty Innovation Lab will NOT meet on Friday, March 1 , due to the onset of Spring Break. We will post a sign to this effect in the Innovation Lab, along with a…

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CofC UNPLUG Week Events

Join us next week for our exciting CofC UNPLUG week! Please share the attached slide with your students and invite them to next week’s events. As a reminder, you must be logged into your cofc.edu account to get access to the registration forms. CofC is working with the Unplug Collaborative & Project Be to support…

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SB Student Ambassador Applications are open!

The application for SB Student Ambassadors is open until 3/10. If you know of any students you would recommend to the program, please encourage them to apply via the link below and also send me their name. The SB Student Ambassadors program is designed to give students the chance to become a vital part of…

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BPS Student Publishes Book on his Lowcountry Family History

When Darius Brown got his DNA test results that stated he was 96% African, he thought it was a fluke. According to research, the typical African American has a genetic makeup of approximately 80-85% African ancestry, and those numbers could vary depending where in the U.S. their family stems from. Brown’s high percentage blew him away. Unsure…

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Department of Management & Marketing Oyster Roast

Weekends in February are for oyster roasts! The Department of Management & Marketing had an oyster roast with approximately 55 students and faculty last Saturday, Feb. 17 at Islander 71 on Isle of Palms. The department plans to have another next spring. Check out the video by Matthew Zittritsch below.

New publication acceptance for Dr. John Kim

Congratulations to assistant professor of finance Dr. John Kim. His paper entitled “CEO Narcissism and the Agency Cost of Debt” has been accepted by the Journal of Empirical Finance (JEF). JEF is a high-quality journal with A rating by ABDC. The paper was coauthored with Ron Anderson. The abstract is below: This study investigates the…

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Center faculty attend Scaled up Seminar

This past weekend, February 9-10, six Center for Public Choice & Market Process faculty research fellows participated in the 7th annual scaled-up Seminar in Asheville, NC. This is the third year the Center has helped sponsor the event with the host Edward Lopez, the Truist Distinguished Professor of Capitalism at Western Carolina University. Of the…

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TLTCon 2024: Call for Proposals

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) invite you to submit a proposal for the 8th Annual Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) – May 7-8, 2023. This local conference, with global reach, offers presenters the opportunity to share and discuss best practices and lessons learned in…

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Generative AI Spring Break Workshop

Spring Break Workshop March 5-7, 2024 • 9:00 AM -1:00 PM In this three-day workshop, participants will learn about generative Al, generative Al tools, and applications for generative Al in the classroom. Each day will include whole and small group sessions with opportunities after lunch for one-on-one consultations about individual course assignments. REGISTER HERE Space…

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Wine Olympics 2024

The Department of Hospitality and Tourism at the College of Charleston is producing a wine olympic event for the entire business school. It is open to students and faculty alike. It will be fun and educational for all. March 13th | Stern Center Ballroom | 5:30-7:30p The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management is excited…

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Call for 2024 Howard F. Rudd Jr. Business Person of the Year Award Nominations

The Dean’s Office and the Alumni Association are accepting nominations for this year’s award recipient! This is a great way to celebrate our alumni leaders. The Howard F. Rudd Jr. Business Person of the Year Award recognizes a graduate who has made significant contributions as a business leader to industry or profession, community and alma…

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AI Goes to College

AI Goes to College helps higher education professionals (faculty and staff) navigate the world of generative AI and how it is affecting higher ed. Each episode is filled with insights and practical tips that you can use to navigate an AI-enabled world. It is hosted by Craig Van Slyke, Ph.D., the Mike McCallister Eminent Scholar…

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Mroz Global Leadership Institute Summit on Conflict, Cooperation, & Diplomacy

Help spread the word about the upcoming Mroz Global Leadership Institute Summit on Conflict, Cooperation, & Diplomacy: Cooperation, & Diplomacy: Perspectives on the Middle East, Latin America, China, and Russia February 22 – 23 in RITA Hollings auditorium. There will be a prestigious lineup of speakers for both Thursday evening (4pm – 6pm) and Friday…

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Unplug B4 Spring Break

CofC is working with the Unplug Collaborative & Project Be to support events the week leading to the Global Day of Unplugging (3/1). We look forward to having some tech-free classes and meetings at the School of Business and across campus this week! Week of 2/26: Tech-Free Events and Classes: We invite you to pledge to…

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8th Annual German-American Business Summit

Thank you to everyone who supported the 8th annual German-American Business Summit! Shoutout to Cory Werkheiser and the entire GABS team for another successful year. This year we had nine sponsors for the event, and 173 students attended the Job and Internship Expo with eight employers including: BMW, Hubner, IFA, Ingenics, Mankiewicz Coatings, Mercedes-Benz Vans,…

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Looking back at the Future of Management Scholarship Symposium

The Management Faculty at the School of Business organized a Future of Management Scholarship Symposium that took place on February 3 in the Tate Center. The event brought together international scholars and the School of Business faculty and students together for a day of knowledge-sharing and collaboration. The event included 5 panels on different management…

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