Dec 23

The Making of a Mentor

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story originally appeared in the Fall 2020 Bryan Business Report magazine. In her job as district sales manager for Volvo Group, Blanca Montilla ’06 MBA was responsible for helping truck dealerships develop their brands and increase sales. But her real passion is helping people rise to their potential. “If you want to … Continued

Oct 26

Bryan School professor explores economic impacts of innovation

The business of education is, naturally, knowledge transfer. For Dr. Albert Link, Virginia Batte Phillips Distinguished Professor, that goal has been met on an international basis since joining the Department of Economics at the Bryan School of Business and Economics 38 years ago. From guiding the development of research parks around the globe and counseling … Continued

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

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