Professor Stephen Holland’s research on electric vehicles was mentioned in City Lab

Asst. Professor Esra Memili Featured on “WalletHub”

What are the biggest challenges faced by Hispanic entrepreneurs? Asst. Professor Esra Memili shared some of her findings in a recent article on WalletHub’s article, 2017’s Best Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs.

Dean of the Bryan School interviewed on Triad Today

In a Triad Today interview, Dean McRae “Mac” Banks shares updates on the Bryan School of Business & Economics Export Odyssey course and North Carolina Sales Institute initiative. Learn more about our partnerships with businesses, recruiting our exceptional problem solver students and other ways to get involved with the Bryan School.

Career Development Support for Graduate Students

Genuine curiosity and a passion for maximizing each student’s potential – those are the forces that drive Graduate Career Development Specialist Lizzy Tahsuda. Her role is to develop the professional savviness of graduate students at the Bryan School of Business and Economics and to assist them as they seek out internship and career opportunities. Tahsuda’s […]

Experiencing Economics

Senior Teaching Excellence Award winner Ken Snowden passes his love for economics on to his students Not many economics professors have had their work quoted by a chairman of the Federal Reserve. Even so, Ken Snowden’s proudest professional moments have much more to do with his students than with his brushes with fame. The emails […]

AACSB Honors Bryan School Alumna Becky Levin for Changing the World

Second Annual Influential Leaders Challenge recognizes 30 change makers and business pioneers driving positive change in the communities they serve Business school graduates are increasingly using their degrees to make a difference not only in the corporate world, but also across society. Today, UNC-Greensboro Bryan School Graduate Becky Levin was recognized by AACSB International (AACSB) […]

Once Upon An Economy

Jeff Sarbaum reaches his students through storytelling, energy and expertise When Jeff Sarbaum was in graduate school at SUNY-Binghamton, he went camping in Maine’s Acadia National Park. As he walked along the coast, something in the water caught his eye: buoys of varying colors, each identifying a trap that someone had set. Instantly, the image […]