(School of) Business Partners feat. Marcia Snyder, MSc ’93

Sometimes life comes full circle. For the College of Charleston School of Business assistant dean of student learning and accreditation, Marcia Snyder, it certainly did. After graduating from CofC’s business school in 1993, she worked abroad in the U.K. only return to the b-school — this time as an employee. Recently Snyder was honored with […]

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MBA Student Wins People’s Choice Award for Best Graduate Research Poster

Last week, our very own MBA student Lexi Gravino ‘20 won the People’s Choice Award for this year’s Graduate Research Poster Session hosted by the College of Charleston Graduate School. The annual event showcases the impressive research CofC graduate students conduct professionally and in the Charleston community. This year’s Graduate Research Poster Session included a record-breaking […]

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Profs on Call

School of Business, Charleston Metro Chamber Partner to Support Local Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

The College of Charleston School of Business and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to provide pro bono consultations to Charleston-area businesses affected by the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in a new initiative called Profs on Call. Profs on Call aims to help business owners and their management staff navigate this […]

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Adam Smith Week 2020 Celebrates Women in Economics

Women’s History Month is off to a strong start at the College of Charleston School of Business as the Center for Public Choice and Market Process successfully wraps up its 12th-annual Adam Smith Week — the theme: women in economics.  “Women have made incredible contributions in the field of economics, and yet they are underrepresented […]

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From Private Flight Attendant to Startup Executive, MBA Alum’s Career Reaches New Heights

Some might say that Kelly Muxworthy ’18 had an unconventional career path. A former private flight attendant with a degree in communications and a minor in psychology from Western Washington University, Muxworthy enjoyed the adventures her career afforded her, but found herself wanting more. We sat down with Muxworthy to learn how she went from cruising the […]

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School of Business Announces Strategic Partnership with GM Advisory Group, Barron’s in Education Program

The College of Charleston School of Business has entered a two-year partnership with GM Advisory Group (GMAG), a New York-based independent wealth management firm, and Barron’s Group, a financial news publisher owned by Dow Jones & Company, to provide students and faculty with a suite of resources to supplement their studies and professional development. As […]

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MBA Candidate and Published Author Spreads Love Through Storytelling

According to College of Charleston School of Business communications director, Liz Wolfe, marketing is a form of storytelling.  “It’s about making authentic connections through shared experiences, fears and desires to help people take action or feel a particular emotion,” says Wolfe.  That desire for connection and understanding is what inspired MBA candidate and future marketer, […]

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Nikki Haley - Women for Women Summit presented by College of Charleston School of Business

College of Charleston School of Business to Host Women’s Summit Featuring Nikki Haley

The College of Charleston School of Business is doubling down on its commitment to diversity and inclusion by hosting the 2020 Women for Women Summit, a day-long conference where attendees will celebrate, elevate, share and connect with the women of South Carolina. The inaugural event, presented by the College of Charleston School of Business, will […]

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Mikaela Fodor

Accounting Students Make Finals in AICPA’s ThisWayToCPA Video Contest

Two accounting majors are telling the world their plans to become ready to work after graduation — and it includes earning the coveted designation as a certified public accountant (CPA). Mikaela Fodor ’20 and Kelsey Patrick ’20 are three finalists representing the College of Charleston School of Business in the ThisWayToCPA Student Video Competition sponsored […]

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