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UNCG Bryan research: Foreign-born CEOs more likely to be fired

BY NEYA THOMAS Over the last several years, American firms have been hiring more foreign-born chief executive officers, according to UNC Greensboro Bryan School Assistant Professor Dr. Marketa Rickley. This is true of firms like Google, Pepsi, Microsoft, and more. But, once on the job, are these CEOs held to … Continued

Bryan School professor secures $100,000 to further study gig economy

To say Dr. Brianna Caza has an interest in workplace resilience would be an understatement. “I’ve been working on the topic since my dissertation,” says Caza, Associate Professor in the Bryan School’s Department of Management. Her work is about to take an exciting new turn, as she and two co-authors, … Continued

10 years later, X-Culture can’t stop

You may have heard of X-Culture. That’s not to be presumptuous — from a numbers standpoint alone, it wouldn’t be unfair to assume. The program, started by Dr. Vasyl Taras at UNC Greensboro in 2010, has involved tens of thousands of students at hundreds of universities around the world. It … Continued