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Aflac president Paul Amos delivers Moore School’s 2012 BB&T Foundations of Capitalism Lecture

September 11, 2012

All businesses must evolve to succeed, and it’s critical to remain true to the core values of your corporate culture. Those were two key messages Paul S. Amos II, president and COO of Aflac U.S., delivered to a large and diverse audience in the Darla Moore School of Business on September 7.

USC earns highest rating in 2013 Green Honor Roll

August 28, 2012

The University of South Carolina was named to the 2013 Green Honor Roll, receiving the highest possible score on Princeton Review’s “Green Ratings.”

Teegen to step down from Moore School dean position

August 23, 2012

Dean Hildy Teegen is stepping down to engage in other opportunities in her discipline and to explore new ways to lead in South Carolina’s education and business communities.

USC secures $65 million for new business school home

June 28, 2012

Moore School to be world leader in sustainability

AgFirst endows diversity scholarship

June 13, 2012

For Columbia-based AgFirst Farm Credit Bank, good corporate citizenship includes a strong commitment to workplace diversity.

Columbia firm's gift honors founder & supports students

June 13, 2012

When the partners in Columbia-based accounting firm Brittingham, Brown, Prince & Hancock, LLC wanted to honor founding partner J.T. Brittingham Sr., a gift to the Darla Moore School of Business in support of accounting student scholarships and fellowships seemed like a natural choice.

Marketing students compete, create actionable plans for SC SBDC

June 07, 2012

Professor David Crockett’s Marketing 705 class recently embarked on a semester long project to create a brand-awareness campaign for the South Carolina Small Business Development Centers (SC SBDC).

Graduate Faculty and Students Honored

May 03, 2012

Graduate students and faculty were honored at the Hooding Ceremony.

USC Faculty Members Among ‘The Best 300 Professors’

April 16, 2012

The University of South Carolina has four of the country’s best undergraduate teachers according to The Princeton Review’s new guide “The Best 300 Professors.”

Accounting Students Provide Tax Relief for Many

April 16, 2012

Four graduate students in the Darla Moore School of Business are running the VITA site two days a week, doing standard returns for people whose annual income is less than $32,000.