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Clemson Intersect

Clemson Intersect is a collaborative project between the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences (CECAS) and the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business. It is designed to strengthen the relationship between business and the technical degree programs and will focus on the mutual goals of both colleges in areas of Business Analytics, Value Chain and Advanced Manufacturing, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Leadership while gaining exposure to the global economy.

The business school's Office of Career and Global Engagement and CECAS Student Engagement are collaborating on shaping the program. Initially, a speaker series will bring in professionals to highlight trends and best practices from their organizations and to talk about how business and engineering and computing work together to make a global impact.

View more information about this collaborative project.

Click on each heading below to view more information about the event.

  • Speaker I: Allissa East, Partner/Principal at Pricewaterhouse Clemson Intersect Speaker
    Speaker I: Allissa East, Partner/Principal at Pricewaterhouse Clemson Intersect Speaker
    Image Description Clemson Intersect offers a speaker series exploring the global economy at the intersection of business, engineering and technology. Collision Space: Where Business and Tech Meet with speaker Allissa who is a partner/principal for PWC's Cyber and Forensics Practice, Tuesday October 6, 2020. Talk Description: Come learn about developing and combining your skills in business and technology, being a tech consultant and getting the chance to travel the world while doing it all! Speaker Profile: For over 15 years, Allissa East has assisted clients in determining their strategy and vision for the foundation of their information governance programs. She holds a BA in English from Clemson University, holds many software vendor certifications and is an AIIM Records Management Master.
  • Speaker II: Manny Ohonme, Partner & CEO, Samaritan's Feet Clemson Intersect Information
    Speaker II: Manny Ohonme, Partner & CEO, Samaritan's Feet Clemson Intersect Information
    Image Description The Servant Leadership Conference, held Friday, October 30, 2020, is focused on the guideline principles and practices that empower employee, build better organizations and ultimately create a more just, caring and equitable world. The keynote speaker is entrepreneur Manny Ohonme, President and CEO of Samaritan's Feet, a not-for-profit organization that has distributed over 7.5 million pairs of shoes in 108 countries and 420 US cities to the world's neediest people. Manny has a background in transportation, logistics and operations.
  • Speaker III: Randy Marsden, Health Technology Special Projects Manager, Apple Inc. Clemson Intersect Information
    Speaker III: Randy Marsden, Health Technology Special Projects Manager, Apple Inc. Clemson Intersect Information
    Image Description Humane Innovation: Lessons Learned in Social Entrepreneurship with Randy Marsden, Health Technology Special Projects Manager at Apple Inc. He is an electrical engineer, social entrepreneur and innovator of assistive technologies. Previous companies he co-founded include Swype, Inc. and Cleankeys, Inc. His work has spanned decades and has helped pioneer new ways of communication for people with physical or motor disabilities. Event was help over Zoom on Tuesday, February 9, 2021.
  • Speaker IV: Industry Panel: Global Awareness in Business and Engineering
    Speaker IV: Industry Panel: Global Awareness in Business and Engineering
    Image Description Industry Panel: Global Awareness in Business and Engineering, Friday, April 16, 2021 via Zoom. Panelists include Rodrigo Gutierrez from Michelin North America, Dr. Jurgen Kolb from Salzgitter and Ryan Thrasher from Steel Dynamics, Inc. Overview: The fields of business and engineering are tightly interwoven within the global economy. Three panelists from prominent global companies will discuss the importance of developing a global business mindset prior to entering the workforce.
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