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Spartans put masks in hands of healthcare workers amid pandemic

Two weeks ago, the owners of Hudson’s Hill set up an assembly line and began producing a couple of hundred masks a day under a new agreement with Cone Health. That number is now up to about 600 masks a day, according to co-owner Tinker Clayton. “We added another sewing machine last week,” he said. … Continued

Truliant credits Bryan School MBA consulting project

It began with a sit-down more than a year ago. Truliant Federal Credit Union wanted to reach a younger audience. So, they met with representatives from the Bryan School to ask if there may be opportunities to work with both undergraduate and MBA students involved in marketing-related studies at UNC Greensboro. The answer, of course, … Continued

Bryan School COVID-19 update: What’s canceled, what’s not

The Bryan School, like all organizations, is adjusting to the changes recommended to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Offices across campus are assessing changes to programs and other activities based on guidance related to Coronavirus concerns. We will continue to monitor the situation and make fact-based decisions about our operations. STILL SCHEDULED We plan to … Continued

Bryan School junior stitching together impressive resume

On February 6, junior Sarah Woods addressed the crowd at the Bryan Foundation Luncheon. She was grateful to the foundation for providing her with a scholarship and spoke for a little while about her pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in consumer, apparel, and retail studies (CARS), revealing plans to study abroad this semester in South … Continued

Dr. Keith Debbage Received the 2020 AAG – Kauffman Foundation Award

Dr. Keith Debbage Received the 2020 AAG – Kauffman Foundation Award for Best Paper in Geography and Entrepreneurship Keith Debbage has recently received the inaugural and prestigious 2020 American Association of Geographers (AAG) – Kauffman Foundation Award for Best Paper in Geography and Entrepreneurship.   The purpose of this Award Program is to identify innovative research … Continued

10 years later, X-Culture can’t stop

You may have heard of X-Culture. That’s not to be presumptuous — from a numbers standpoint alone, it wouldn’t be unfair to assume. The program, started by Dr. Vasyl Taras at UNC Greensboro in 2010, has involved tens of thousands of students at hundreds of universities around the world. It has led to countless internships … Continued

Hundreds of Bryan School students Suit Up

Hundreds of Bryan School students took to the racks of the Greensboro JCPenney on Sunday hoping to find the perfect outfit for a killer first impression. A line wrapped around the building as students waited to take advantage of heavy discounts on professional attire. A select group of students was in line for something even … Continued