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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 School Dean McRae C. Banks announces retirement

Dean Banks

Dr. McRae C. Banks, who has served as Dean of the Bryan School of Business and Economics and the Margaret and Harrell Hill Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy since 2011, has announced his retirement at the end of the current academic year. During his long period of distinguished service … Continued


Accounting Student Awarded PCAOB Scholarship

Lauren Purdue

The PCAOB Scholarship is the largest and most prestigious scholarship awarded to a UNCG student. The ACF Scholarship committee selected Lauren Perdue as the 2023 recipient. Lauren is an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) student earning credits towards both her bachelor’s and master’s degree. She will graduate with her bachelor’s degree … Continued


7 Questions with a Spartan: AMP, MBA with Jadyn Koranteng 

BY ANNA MORSE Jadyn Koranteng ’24 knows how to AMPlify her potential. A business administration major with a concentration in human resources, Jadyn is part of the Bryan School of Business and Economics’ Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP), which allows undergraduate students to get dual credit for graduate-level courses. A challenging … Continued


NMGZ takes UNCG Bryan students on whirlwind trip to the Windy City 

Hannah Bond and Azaria Hicks

By NEYA THOMAS Earlier this fall, UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics students Hannah Bond ‘24 (Marketing) and Azaria Hicks ‘24 (Business Administration) had the opportunity to travel to major cities in the Midwest and meet with company executives through the National Millennial and GenZ Community (NMGZ).   Over … 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


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


Beyond the Greens: Student-Athlete Advocacy in action

BY ANNA MORSE Bryan School of Business and Economics student and member of UNC Greensboro’s Men’s Golf Team Parker Truesdale ‘24 (Business Administration) recently traveled to Indianapolis to represent the Southern Conference (SoCon) at the annual Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) meeting. Truesdale, who currently serves as the president … Continued