Bryan School of Business & Economics

Finding Her Way Home

In 2022, Cat Regan (Information Systems and Supply Chain Management) qualified for financial aid because she was at risk of being homeless. Now a senior, Regan feels at home at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics – a feeling she says eluded her during a childhood full of … Continued

Bryan Gold honored as Distinguished Program at student development conference

Bryan Gold, the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics’ app-based career readiness challenge, earned Distinguished Program honors at a student development conference this week. “The Distinguished Program Award recognizes select programs for their expertise in using Suitable to best serve their student population while supporting their mission and … Continued

Bryan School senior has learned to ‘just go’

If you look at Cameron Warren’s resume, you might assume she doesn’t have any downtime. But that isn’t true. She has some, and tends to spend it watching RuPaul’s Drag Race. That’s actually where she came across one of her favorite quotes: “Your fear of looking stupid is holding you … Continued

Student story: Charlotte Gross

Charlotte Gross recently received her master’s in consumer, apparel, and retail studies from the Bryan School while pursuing a 11-plus year career as a business consultant for Oracle Corporation’s retail clients. She often works on long-term projects, training and consulting with the retailers who will be the end users for … Continued

Student story: Avin Jayawickrema

Avin Jayawickrema, a new master’s student in consumer, apparel, and retail studies (CARS), is on his way to fulfilling his dream becoming an executive at a top fashion organization. He is the recipient of this year’s VF Corporation Student Fellowship, and is beginning a graduate assistantship for the CARS department. … Continued