Tanger Career Exploratory Trek

Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc. rolled out the red carpet for motivated Bryan School students during a January 27th “Company Trek” to the Tanger headquarters in Greensboro and their outlet center in Mebane. Students were required to apply for the selective event, and review customized business case-study materials from Tanger before the outing. Sixteen undergraduate […]

VF Corporation Brings Innovative Tech to UNCG

Partnership incorporates leading-edge technology into curriculum to prepare students for careers in apparel and retail Students in UNCG’s Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies will gain access to innovative 3D design technology thanks to VF Corporation, a global leader in branded lifestyle apparel, footwear, and accessories. Their Jeanswear division, which includes the Wrangler® and […]

Undergraduate Student Services at Bryan 301

Bryan Undergraduate Student Services is the home for a team of professional academic advisors dedicated to assisting students in every step of their Bryan School experience. Through their designated advisors, students can access a wealth of resources invaluable to their academic success and personal development. For Nadia Clark-Brown, who has been a member of the […]

Student Voice: Making a Real Difference

MBA student Alexis Mariani shares her experience with a hands-on consulting project When my team and I began working on our project for Triad Adult & Pediatric Medicine (TAPM), we really did not know what to expect. Our assignment in Brand Management (MBA 731) was to develop an implementable brand awareness strategy and promotions campaign […]

Hands-On Project is Eye-Opening

Apparel Students Learn Through Project with VF Corporation The challenge: Look at one of two different clothing items currently produced and sold by VF Corporation and propose a design improvement. Sounds simple? Think again. Students in the Textile Products Production Management course were given this challenge as part of a hands-on project partnership with VF […]

Who is Bryan?

Five Things to Know About the Man Behind the Bryan School Name Students in the Bryan School of Business and Economics receive encouragement to not only excel in their studies, but to consider how they will improve the organizations in which they work and the communities in which they live. One inspiration in these endeavors […]

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 […]

From Consultant to Client

Where does Bryan MBA grad Adam Zolot turn for consulting services? The very place where he first got his start. Zolot (’10 BSBA, ’13 MBA) serves in a management position with Advanced Home Care, a non-profit, hospital-affiliated organization that serves more than 65,000 patients each day as they recover from injuries, illnesses and surgeries. One […]

Presentation Competition

Students who completed summer internships for the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies program were invited to participate in a poster competition about their experiences. The top eight students presented a three-minute recap of their internship and shared posters about their experience with industry professionals. The winners were: Amanda Hacker (Vera Wang), Best in Oral Communication; […]

Dixon Hughes Goodman Gift

The Bryan School of Business and Economics received a $165,000 gift from accounting firm Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP (DHG) to support a scholarship fund and professorship. “We are very thankful for the generous investment that DHG has made in the Bryan School of Business and Economics,” said Bryan School Dean Mac Banks. “This gift allows […]