Sep 19

Bryan School Team Leaders head to Texas

When Jaimon Mcmillian ’21 (Information Systems and Supply Chain Management) and Lauren Kalo ’21 (Marketing and Entrepreneurship) secured coveted spots as Team Leaders at the close of their freshman year at UNC Greensboro, they were excited for the opportunity to develop their leadership skills. That opportunity would also launch a friendship and two exciting careers … Continued

Sep 19

Inside the UNCG Bryan School’s remote reinvention

UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics has always had a culture of caring when it comes to its students, something that became even more meaningful during the dramatic educational shift spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the pandemic, the Bryan School had more than 20% of its undergraduate and more than half of … Continued

Sep 18

UNCG MBA Capstone: Furnishing a Safe Solution

Working in off-campus student housing, Pete Cato ’21 MBA had already collaborated with the Barnabas Network, a Triad furniture bank that gathers new and gently used items for qualified residents on the path to self-sufficiency. “If our used furniture packages are in good shape, we donate them to Barnabas. Their mission is a huge service … Continued

Sep 10

What’s Boomerang Greensboro? A Q&A with a Bryan School Boomerang

After studying management at the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics, Michael Wallace ’87 left North Carolina and went on to become a Vice President of Business Account Management with Fannie Mae. Now, he’s back, relocating to Greensboro from Washington, D.C. Question: What did you enjoy most as a Bryan School student?   Answer: … Continued

Jul 28

Q&A with Bryan alumnus Terrill Drake, Harvard Business School’s first CDIO

Terrill Drake ’01 was recently appointed the Harvard Business School’s first Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. An innovator in higher education, Drake’s journey began in North Carolina, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration at the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics. How did you find your way to UNC Greensboro? … Continued

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