Honoring Veteran Students in the CSB
On the 11th of November people all across the nation saluted the veterans, both current and passed, who have served in the United States military. The Citadel School of Business is proud to have some veterans currently enrolled such as Nathan Lavertu and Agnes "Angel" Judge.
Le Creuset CEO, Faye Gooding Speaks for Leadership Series
Last month, The Citadel School of Business was pleased to have Faye Gooding as a guest speaker for the Leadership Series. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Faye Gooding has spent 30 years with Le Creuset, as an employee and consultant, working her way to CEO. Le Creuset was founded in 1925, is headquartered in Switzerland, and manufactures cookware. They are best known for their cast iron items and were the first company to produce porcelain cast iron cookware in the world.
Bulldog Busines Bowl Semi-Finalists Announced
The Bulldog Business Bowl is thrilled with 28 strong submissions from students representing all sides of campus--from the Corps of Cadets, to the Graduate College and Evening Undergraduate Studies programs. These 28 teams had an idea for a new product or service, and the desire to turn that idea into a business. From these 28 submissions, 10 were selected to advance to the elevator pitch 2nd round which will take place mid-December.
CME Seminar at The Charleston Place Hotel, Riviera Theatre
On Thursday, November 6, The Citadel School of Business hosted a seminar on Regulations, Risk Management, and the Use of Options: Theory and Practice at the Charleston Place Hotel, Riviera Theatre Ballroom in Charleston, SC. The event received sponsorship from the CME Group Foundation and was organized by Dean William Trumbull, Dr. Sykes Wilford, and Kim Black. Composed of speaking sessions and panel discussion, the seminar provided attendees with informative guest speakers ranging from professors and authors, to economists and executives.
Recent Gift to CSB
What do Lean Six Sigma for Service, Never Wrestle with a Pig, Hope is Not a Method, Patton on Leadership, Perfect Phrases for Business Proposals & Business Plans, The Pyramid Principle, and Facilitation Skills for Team Leaders have in common?