Oct 07

Gain Skills To Lead In The Apparel Industry

This isn’t your traditional business degree. If you want to stand out in your field, consider the Master of Science in Retail Studies. The fully-online degree with a concentration in Global Apparel Retail Management is a professional development degree specific to the apparel industry. “It’s targeting people who want to get the next level of their … Continued

Oct 07

Tracking COVID-19: ‘We are in an unknown world’

In this new world of COVID-19, we’re all in uncharted territory, according to Dr. Martin Andersen, assistant professor of economics at the Bryan School of Business and Economics. “Our behavior (social distancing and other preventative precautions); our health and the health of those most vulnerable in society, the economy – our incomes and savings accounts; … Continued

Aug 26

Is your great idea a business opportunity?

You think you have a great idea to start a small business. Does it have the potential for lasting financial success? “We all have great ideas. They’re not all opportunities,” says Dr. Dianne Welsh, director of the Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program in UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics. Welsh is the professor for UNC … Continued

Aug 18

A Welcome Message From Bryan School Dean McRae Banks

Dear Bryan School Students, Welcome to the 2020-2021 academic year in the Bryan School and at UNC Greensboro. For those of you who are new, we are pleased that you chose us to continue your education. To those of you who are returning, whether to finish a degree or start a new degree, we are … Continued

Aug 03

A Letter From The New Bryan School Alumni Association President

Joining the board ‘has been enormously rewarding,’ writes Rory Higgins ’11 Fellow Bryan School Alumni, There is no denying the Bryan School’s 51st year will begin under unusual circumstances, but our exceptional problem-solvers will find innovative ways to adapt. A strong support network is now more important than ever, and it is exactly what can … Continued

Jul 16

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

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