Learn about Risk Management from Nationally Renowned Financial Leaders
Managing risk through market uncertainty takes strategy and understanding. The Citadel School of Business is hosting an event to help professionals in financial services and portfolio and wealth management enhance their skills. On Nov. 6, the college will host "Regulations, Risk Management and the Use of Options: Theory and Practice." The seminar will take place 1:30 – 5:00 p.m. at the Riviera Theatre at Charleston Place Hotel.
The School of Business Welcomes New Faculty Members
The School of Business is pleased to announce four new faculty members. They include two full-time faculty members, Dr. William Money, Dr. Richard Ebeling (BB&T Chair) as well as two adjunct faculty members, COL Joe Garcia and Mr. Patrick Callahan.
Faculty and Staff Participate in the Annual Planning Retreat
On August 21, the faculty and staff from the School of Business gathered at Waterfront Park in Mt. Pleasant for its annual planning retreat. Dean Bill Trumbull began the meeting by notifying the faculty of the improvement in knob attitudes this year compared to previous years. He said that the Class of 2018 is energetic, engaged, and eager.
Summer is a Busy Time for CSB Faculty and Students
Over the past few months, CSB faculty members and students spent time traveling, studying abroad and doing volunteer work. Here is a look at what some members of the CSB family did during the summer break.
Dr. Don Sparks
Don Sparks, Professor of International Economics, likes to escape the Charleston heat in the summer. He's been lucky enough to have a visiting appointment at Management Center Innsbruck, one of Europe's top business schools located in the middle of the cool Alps in beautiful Innsbruck, Austria. He's taught in Innsbruck every summer since 2000.
Nancy Mace Speaks as Part of the Leadership Speaker Series
On September 16, Nancy Mace, the first female to graduate from the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, was on campus as part of the CSB's Leadership Speaker Series. After a brief introduction, Mace began to explain how she became the woman she is today. Much of her story is attributed to experience, both good and bad, and the examples leaders set before her.
Announcing the Inaugural Campus Wide Business Plan Competition
The Citadel's first annual "Bulldog Business Bowl," a business plan competition, is a program aimed at budding entrepreneurs who have an idea for a new product or service, and the desire to turn that idea into a business. It's open to cadets, evening undergraduate students, and graduate students of all majors. The competition runs from October 24, 2014 to May 8, 2015.
Recent Gift to CSB
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