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

May 21

7 Questions with a Spartan: Mehek Khera

Mehek Khera is an entrepreneur. The CEO and Founder of Niramaya Foods, Khera earned her Master’s of Business Administration from the Bryan School in 2016. 1. What do you love most about your job? I love that I can be my creative best self as an entrepreneur. Diving head-on into uncertainty every morning is exhilarating … Continued

Feb 22

Economics professor’s research influencing educational and workplace policy

Equality. Economic mobility. Privilege. Workplace relations. Intrinsic motivation. Associate Professor Dr. Dora Gicheva’s passion for looking deeply into these and related issues is contributing to a broader body of knowledge that can be applied to real-life everyday topics for students, employees, employers, and policymakers. Her current research projects aim to increase access and retention of … Continued

Feb 05

Does unemployment insurance help? Finalist for UNCG’s 3MT explores complicated answer

When she first discovered Three Minute Thesis, Kelsi Hobbs thought it would be good practice if nothing else. In the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, held at hundreds of universities and institutions worldwide, currently enrolled master’s or doctoral students present their thesis or dissertation research to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. “I … Continued

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