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You gave—and we’re thankful

May 03, 2013

The Moore School’s “Thank a Donor for Giving” or “TAG” days give students a chance to thank the donors who made their educations possible. Grateful students lined up in the lobby of the business school this past March and October to write thank-you notes to generous alumni and friends of the school.

Moore School students consider all angles when creating small business export plans

May 02, 2013

The South Carolina Small Business Development Centers (SC SBDC) and Professor Frank Rydzewski of the Darla Moore School of Business recently joined efforts to bring real world experience in export planning to undergraduate business students.

Moore School Honors Four with Business Leadership Awards

April 25, 2013

The Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina honored three alumni and one longtime friend of the school at the school’s 2013 Business Leadership Dinner and Awards Program April 24th.

Students to study at world’s top business schools

April 22, 2013

Study abroad has always been part of the Moore School’s top ranked international business program. Now, through 35 newly established global partnership exchange agreements, the Moore School will send roughly 120 students to the premiere business schools in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Latin America and teach nearly the same number of students from those universities at the University of South Carolina.

Moore School students impress judges in unique ethics-based case competition

April 04, 2013

Following a big win in February by a team of Darla Moore School of Business undergraduate students in Montreal at one of the world’s top business case competitions, a team of Moore School MBA students garnered second place in the annual ethics-based Race & Case competition held at the University of Denver March 1–2.

June seminar will have a truly ‘captive’ audience

April 03, 2013

In the last few years, South Carolina has consistently ranked among the top five states in an emerging business category: the onshore captive insurance market.

Fernando Teixeira dos Santos: Prominent Politician, Distinguished Professor

April 03, 2013

When Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, Ph.D. in Economics ’85, enrolled in the graduate program at the Darla Moore School of Business in 1981, he was not quite 30 years old and had no idea he would eventually become Portugal’s Minister of State and Finance.

Top Shell H.R. executive spends two days at the Moore School as guest lecturer

April 03, 2013

Hugh Mitchell, chief human resources and corporate officer at Royal Dutch Shell, discussed some of the ongoing and future challenges Shell faces with regard to the company’s recruitment efforts, as well as his perspective on the best methods for approaching those challenges, during his visit as a guest lecturer at the Darla Moore School of Business.

LinkedIn: To Connect or Not to Connect? And How to Do It.

April 01, 2013

If you’re not on LinkedIn, you’re missing opportunities. It’s become a universal force, with 93 percent of over 1,000 HR staff and recruiters polled in a 2012 Jobvite survey reporting they use the network to source candidates.

Changes coming to Assembly Street

March 27, 2013

Beginning April 1, the university will begin a project to improve pedestrian safety on Assembly Street ahead of the opening of the new Darla Moore School of Business building.