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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

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

UNCG Bryan School’s online accounting programs nab national accolades

UNCG Bryan Accounting Programs Recognized

Earlier this year, the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics’ online Master’s in Accounting program was recognized as one of the best – and most affordable – of its kind in the nation by OnlineMastersDegrees.org (OMD). Not to be outdone, the School’s B.S. in Accounting was also recently recognized by … Continued

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

UNCG Bryan School bringing global INEBRIA conference to Greensboro

The 19th International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol & Other Drugs (INEBRIA) conference will take place on the campus of UNC Greensboro this fall, attracting health experts from across the globe to North Carolina’s Piedmont. With the pre-conference beginning Sept. 27, the event will be hosted by UNCG’s Bryan … 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

U.S. News: UNCG MBA one of the nation’s top online programs for veterans

UNC Greensboro’s Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics offers some of the best online business programs in the U.S., according to new rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News and World Report. U.S. News assessed 1,833 and ranked 1,730 online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs for this year’s lists, … Continued