Oliver DeDominicis’ 12 works for SiSense, one of Business Insider’s “Coolest New York Enterprise Startups.” He works with clients and represents SiSense at expos across the U.S.
Hospitality and tourism management professor Bing Pan focuses his research on online travel. He reveals the truth about online travel vacation sites.
Pate Clarson ’12 works hand-in-hand with NFL corporate sponsors like Publix, Pepsi and Bud Light to help brands create lasting impressions with fans throughout the year.
Several departments have been restructured to better align academic programs, students, and faculty with the growing business community needs.
Forty students completed the global MBA program and either interviewed with or have accepted positions at BB&T Corporate,Marriott International, Gildan and PeopleMatter.
Thai Phi graduated from the College’s MBA program in 2012. Less than a year later, he launched Pink Bellies Vietnamese Kitchen, now recognized by Eater as one of the hottest in the country.
Four student entrepreneurs offer tips based on their Shark Tank-style presentations at DIG SOUTH, an interactive festival in Charleston