Apr 07

Andrew Khonje: Supply Chain Finance

7 Questions with a Spartan Andrew Khonje (BS Accounting ’11) is a full-time Senior Financial Analyst for Ralph Lauren. He also works as a part-time Senior Accountant with Carson-Dellosa Education. Earlier this year, he was named to the 40 Under 40 Class of 2020 by the Triad Business Journal. 1. What do you love most … Continued

Mar 05

Discovering Myself Abroad

Vivian O’Brien is a junior marketing major currently spending a year abroad at the Copenhagen Business School. In this month’s blog, she shares what she is learning about how business practices vary in other countries. A very accomplished high school teacher said something to me when I was 17 that I will never forget. She … Continued

Feb 14

3 Questions Every Resume Should Answer

Employers can take as few as 10 seconds to review a resume. This is a lot of pressure to put on one document, considering nearly 98 percent of them are eliminated during the initial screening process. But as daunting as this may sound, job seekers can simplify things by keeping these three questions in mind: … Continued

Feb 14

This trick could set you apart at your next job interview

Could you give an example of a time you faced a conflict while working on a team and how you handled it? How about a time when you had to work closely with someone whose personality was different from your own? These are examples of behavioral questions, and they’re not uncommon during job interviews. Behavioral … Continued

Jan 27

Exploring Business Abroad

Vivian O’Brien is junior marketing major currently spending a year abroad at the Copenhagen Business School. In this month’s blog, she shares what she is learning about how business practices vary in other countries. I have learned a great deal about the small and big differences between business conducted here in Denmark/Europe versus how business … Continued

Jan 27

How to build relationships and network effectively

 “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”  “Your network is your net worth.” “You’re either networking, or you’re not working.” The half of you reading this who consider yourself extroverts may think networking is no big deal – but I’ll bet you could use some tips on how to network more effectively. The … Continued

Jan 22

6 Tips To Be A Successful Student

In order to be successful, I think that you must realize that you are and always will be a student. You may not always have an academic institution listed as your primary vocation, but you should have the mindset that continuous learning is paramount. Since graduating in 2010, I’ve held analyst roles at BB&T, KPMG, … Continued

Dec 18

Traveling the globe

When Craig Thornburg (MS ’19) decided to broaden his horizons and earn a graduate degree that would allow him to move up in his career, he chose the master of science in international business program at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics. “Attending an online program made it convenient to earn the degree while … Continued

Dec 18

Bringing lessons to life

Amy Vann (MS ’19) continues to rise through the ranks at The Assurance Group, Inc., where she began her career more than 15 years ago. Starting as a data entry clerk, Vann—now armed with a master of science in international business from UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics—is currently a human resources generalist at … Continued

Nov 18

7 Questions with Catherine Iszard

7 Questions with a Spartan BS in Business Administration ’18Associate Business Development and Marketing Coordinator, NERA Economic Consulting 1. What do you love most about your job? I love the diversity in tasks and responsibilities I have in my job. Every day I work on different projects. From planning a small client dinner to researching … Continued

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