Jul 18

Going the Extra Mile: Meet UNCG Bryan Alumnus Daniel Rust

If you attended an event at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics in the past four or five years, it’s a safe bet you ran into Daniel Rust. His professors say he was everywhere. “I threw myself at the university,” Rust admits, with a laugh. “I knew if I was going to make … Continued

Jul 11

Courage beyond her years: Meet UNCG Bryan Alumna Angelique Garst

As a first-generation college student and the youngest of eight siblings, Angelique Garst knows something about hard work, time management and goal setting. She credits the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics with helping her take these skills to a new level. Having graduated high school in three years, Garst was 16 when … Continued

May 16

Alumna Chelsea Cathey talks supply chains, discovering the power in processes

Chelsea Cathey ’10 (International Business) is a Senior Delivery Manager at o9 Solutions, a company that puts a focus on faster, more intelligent planning and business decision-making, according to its website. In this edition of 7 Questions with a Spartan, Cathey discusses supply chain technology and her expectation for a massive transformation in company supply … Continued

Feb 07

Meet Arjanai Miller — UNCG MBA alumna and storyteller

Arjanai Miller ’18 (Business Administration), ’20 MBA loves being able to connect with the Greensboro community in her role as Marketing and Communications Officer for the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro. In this edition of 7 Questions with a Spartan, Miller discusses her journey from college to career and the role storytelling plays in her … Continued

Dec 17

Building beneficial professional partnerships at UNCG’s Bryan School

The business landscape for the credit union industry is highly competitive. But as a business partner with the Bryan School of Business and Economics, Truliant Federal Credit Union can leverage a key advantage that helps it stay ahead. It starts with insights from Capstone Consulting projects. “Students comb through analytics, survey results, portfolio analysis, quarterly … Continued

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