CofC School of Business Faculty & Staff Updates

Helping Students in Distress – Finals Edition

** From Alicia D. Caudill, Executive Vice President for Student Affairs ** Dear Colleagues, As we move closer to the Final Exam period, our team in the Office of the Dean of Students put together the attached resource to help guide you if any connections or support are needed for students with whom you work….

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Join me at the 2023 EXPO!

Colleagues – Today is the day of the 2023 EXPO. Join me, the Dean, and many of your colleagues and students in TD Arena for a celebration of research, scholarship, creative inquiry, and community service. The EXPO is active until 1PM. Join us!


What a powerful word and one that is very important to me – and my leadership model (CARE). But, it’s also a word that, when practiced, makes the academic environment unbeatable. As a leader, this quote from Michael Hyatt is something I take seriously: “It’s the leader’s job to guard the line between disagreement and…

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CofC and Charleston AMA Team Up for Speed Networking Event

CofC student AMA and Charleston professional AMA chapters recently held a joint networking event in Beatty Atrium. Four Charleston AMA marketing professionals networked with about 25 CofC students on a rotating basis. Every student had a chance to talk to a pro about fields like social media, digital marketing, sports marketing and brand management. This…

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Pancakes with Professors!

We will be hosting several events during the last week of classes. We are looking for a few professors to assist us in serving pancakes or mingling with students on Tuesday 4/25 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. If you are able to serve or mingle please click here to complete a form   

Microsoft Webinars in May for Students/Faculty/Staff

Are you interested in learning how Microsoft tools can help you? Microsoft has partnered with CofC SB for three webinars in May. For more info and to register, please go to Networking and LinkedIn Using Outlook for Productivity Using Data to Drive Positive Business Solutions

New publication in the Journal of Leisure Research

** From Daniel Guttentag, Assistant Professor, Director of the Office of Tourism Analysis ** The following article was recently accepted and published in the Journal of Leisure Research (an ABDC A journal): Hosting friends and relatives as a catalyst for immigrant participation in touristic leisure The study examined the phenomenon of immigrants hosting friend/family tourists….

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We all need a little #KINDNESS

Marketing Assistant Professor Kelley Anderson, Ph.D., with coauthors Tiegan Bradley & Ashley Hass, Ph.D., argue that kindness is a scarce resource worthy of exchange in marketing systems in a recent publication in Journal of Macromarketing. Concentrating on a novel actor, they conceptualize how influencers spread kindness. By integrating parasocial and construal level theories, they share…

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How to Help a Distressed Student- Suicide Prevention Trainings

** From Caity Hill, Outreach and Programming Coordinator, Office of Student Wellness and Wellbeing ** The Office of Student Wellness and Well-being will be having How to Help a Distressed Student- Suicide Prevention Trainings for faculty and staff on 4/18 at 12:00 pm and 4/21 at 2:00 pm both trainings will be held in Stern…

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A Category of One

At the last BOG meeting, Justin McLain commented that my thoughts about our future reminded him of the book “A Category of One: How to Create and Dominate Your Market” by Joe Calloway. That piqued my interest, so I bought the book, and he was right. It’s how I think about the future of our…

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Adjunct Faculty Pool

Know of a neighbor hoping to connect with students through teaching? Receive an email from someone hoping to teach a course? Host a great speaker who expresses an interest in teaching? Looking to hire someone last minute to teach a course for your department? Check out the newly developed School of Business Adjunct Faculty Pool…

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Management Classes Visit the Ronald McDonald House

Students in Alexis Carrico’s management classes recently visited the Ronald McDonald House to learn how nonprofit management requires many of the business skills our students are learning such as developing and leading strategic planning, marketing, operations, finance, organizational design and accounting. All semester students have been supporting the organization by collecting pop tabs all semester…

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Business students awarded at 2023 NEDSI conference

Two business students were awarded second and third best paper poster at the 2023 Northeast Decision Science Institute (NEDSI) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., this past weekend: Rex Bingham (senior) – 2nd place – paper title: Communication Technology in the Food Supply Chain Sebastiano Ronchi (junior) – 3rd place – paper title: The Information Source…

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GA Process

** From Seaton Brown ’09, Director of Graduate Admissions, School of Business ** School of Business Faculty, This year, the Master of Business Administration program is excited to open our Graduate Assistantship program to all roster faculty in the School of Business. We’re excited about this opportunity to pair our MBA candidates with faculty invested…

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SB Student Research Pool Closing Soon

Don’t forget – SSRP (SB Student Research Pool) will close for the semester on April 19th at 11:59 pm. Please remind students to ensure they have included all their classes (participating in SSRP) on their profile. This ensures the reporting is accurate and they get credit. Thank you to everyone who is participating! There are…

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City of Charleston Recognizes BOG Member Stuart Williams with Proclamation

Congratulations to Board of Governors member Stuart Williams on having a day named in his honor by the city of Charleston! Williams helped design and still helps mentor our award-winning Impact X class and Charleston’s free community class focused on inclusive Impact entrepreneurship. Both classes allow people to participate in and personally benefit from the…

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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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