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UNCG alumnus found lesson in rocky start: ‘I want to light the way’

The start of Gene Mance Jr. ‘18’s college career at UNC Greensboro was anything but smooth. But looking at him now — a Bryan School of Business and Economics Business Administration graduate, senior project program manager for AT&T, and recent alumni panelist at the Bryan School’s Bright Futures Dinner — … Continued


Will robots replace us? UNCG professor debunks automation myths

It’s a tale as old as the industrial revolution – the rivalry between machines and human labor. Since automation made its grand debut as early as 1760s, the topic of machines replacing human beings has been relevant among workers and researchers alike. With the development of self-driving cars, delivery drones … Continued


Race in the marketplace: a look at the viral influence of consumer reviews

You may have scrolled through a comment section or perused customer reviews while shopping online and wondered to yourself what kind of influence those reviews can have on a company. Furthermore, do those reviews impact a company’s decision-making? Researchers at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics have attempted … Continued


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 … Continued


For the love of giving: the story of a UNCG Bryan School donor

By his own admission, Lynn Eury was raised to give back. But to understand his passion for philanthropy, you need to know three things: his respect for education, his deep-seated desire to make a difference in his community, and the love story that defined more than 60 years of his … Continued


Bryan 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 … Continued


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, … Continued