The supply chain usually works so well that most people take it for granted until an event like the coronavirus outbreak completely upends it. Kent Gourdin, the director of the School of Business’ Global Logistics and Transportation Program, talks about the impacts.
When people think about gaming, they might imagine it as a solitary activity. But, members of the College of Charleston’s Esports Club are quick to point out online gaming can be very social.
The School of Business and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce will provide pro bono consultations to businesses affected by COVID-19 through a new initiative called Profs on Call.
Professors at the College are using the COVID-19 pandemic to help students understand concepts across a wide array of academic disciplines from biology to business to public health.
Hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith provides advice for the tourism industry amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Joanna Lau, a member of the College's School of Business Board of Governors, says the inspiration for the upcoming Women for Women Summit came from the women in her life.
A new partnership will provide students and faculty in the School of Business with a suite of digital resources from the Barron's in Education Program to supplement their studies and professional development.
The College of Charleston will host the fourth annual German-American Business Summit at the Charleston Gaillard Center in downtown Charleston on Feb. 5, 2020.
Check out these outtakes from the winter 2020 issue of College of Charleston Magazine.
Hospitality and Tourism Management Professor John Crotts' newly released wine business book, 'Wine Sales and Distribution,' recently earned the top spot in its category in the Gourmand International Cookbook Awards.