Nov 19

Drafted from UNCG to MLB, Bryan undergrad eyes his MBA

With stops in St. Louis, Missouri and Charlotte, North Carolina, Andrew Moritz grew up playing baseball. In high school, his passion and dedication to the sport provided him the opportunity to play in college — Moritz was recruited by the UNC Greensboro baseball team, which led him to visit and gain the full Spartan experience. … Continued

Nov 15

UNCG Bryan students aim to relieve pandemic stress through innovation

The COVID-19 pandemic increased stress on college students across the U.S. From a rapid and long-lasting transition to remote learning to technical problems and distractions, college life became a daily minefield of anxiety. Taking their own experiences into account, three undergraduate students at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics devised a strategy to … Continued

Sep 19

Bryan School Team Leaders head to Texas

When Jaimon Mcmillian ’21 (Information Systems and Supply Chain Management) and Lauren Kalo ’21 (Marketing and Entrepreneurship) secured coveted spots as Team Leaders at the close of their freshman year at UNC Greensboro, they were excited for the opportunity to develop their leadership skills. That opportunity would also launch a friendship and two exciting careers … Continued

Sep 10

What’s Boomerang Greensboro? A Q&A with a Bryan School Boomerang

After studying management at the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics, Michael Wallace ’87 left North Carolina and went on to become a Vice President of Business Account Management with Fannie Mae. Now, he’s back, relocating to Greensboro from Washington, D.C. Question: What did you enjoy most as a Bryan School student?   Answer: … Continued

May 21

7 Questions with a Spartan: Mehek Khera

Mehek Khera is an entrepreneur. The CEO and Founder of Niramaya Foods, Khera earned her Master’s of Business Administration from the Bryan School in 2016. 1. What do you love most about your job? I love that I can be my creative best self as an entrepreneur. Diving head-on into uncertainty every morning is exhilarating … Continued

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