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UNCG Bryan School Receives 2024 Inspiring Programs in Business Award 

UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics has received the 2024 Inspiring Programs in Business Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.  The Inspiring Programs in Business Award honors colleges and universities that encourage and assist students from underrepresented … Continued


UNCG Bryan PhD student’s research on free menstrual products earns 3MT victory 

Farhat-3MT

Many people may consider menstrual products a private women’s matter. However, according to Farhat Chowdhury, it is a subject for all. While participating in UNC Greensboro’s Three Minute Thesis competition, Chowdhury effectively explained her research and findings and emerged as the competition’s winner.   Chowdhury, a Ph.D. candidate in the Bryan … Continued


Tia’s Circle

The endowed scholarship Tia Wiggins ‘07 (Business Administration) created at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics has turned out to be much more than a financial award. Recipients of her scholarship have become part of “Tia’s Circle” as she calls it – a small but growing network she … Continued


Princeton Review ranks UNCG MBA No. 2 resource for minority students

The Princeton Review released its national rankings for online and on-campus MBA programs this week, once again naming the UNCG MBA the country’s No. 2 resource for minority students. The company reports these annual MBA rankings in two groups – online and on campus – and across 18 different categories. … Continued


A FLAIR for fashion

LaParia Speight ‘21 (Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies), ‘22 MS fell in love with fashion in the seventh grade. “I was in a home economics class, and I learned I could make things on my own,” she remembers. Speight started sewing pillows and purses and selling them to family members. … Continued


UNCG Bryan student named to select program at ‘happiest place on earth’

For sophomore marketing student Aliyah Lynch, the name Disney has always represented her childhood. Now on the cusp of an internship in the franchise’s Orlando-based headquarters, it’s taking on a new meaning. Lynch was recently named as one of the United Negro College Fund’s (UNCF) Disney Corporate Scholars — a … Continued