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Blue Bell Foundation gifts CARS $2 million to be used for endowed scholarship

From Blue Bell to VF Corporation, the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) department has had a long-standing partnership with the local apparel and denim industry in Greensboro. This partnership helped to achieve an exciting new opportunity for the CARS department in the form of a $2 million gift to create the Blue Bell Foundation … Continued

CARS Celebrates Earth Day with a Virtual Discussion on Sustainability

Faculty of the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) program celebrated Earth Day on Thursday, April 22nd with a Sustainability in Business Expo presented by The Bryan School of Business and Economics Virtual Collaboratory for Sustainable Business Practices.  CARS faculty participated in several of the panels that spanned this day-long event of virtual dialogue.  The … Continued

Blue Bell Foundation gifts $2 million to Bryan School CARS department

Denim has a long history in Greensboro. So does UNC Greensboro’s scholarly focus on apparel. This week, UNCG announced a $2 million gift from the Blue Bell Foundation, to support the University’s academic work in all aspects of the apparel industry. Through this gift, the foundation honors the legacy of the Blue Bell company within … Continued

UNCG Part-Time MBA program recognized by U.S. News & World Report

The Part-Time MBA program at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics has been named one of the best of its kind in the country, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report. The U.S. News 2022 Best Graduate Schools rankings were released Tuesday. The Bryan School’s Part-Time MBA came in at … Continued

Congratulations to Merlyn Griffiths who was selected to participate in the NCFDD Faculty Success Program!

Congratulations to Merlyn Griffiths on being selected by Interim Provost Shelton to participate in the NCFDD Faculty Success Program. This 12-week online program is designed to develop skills of early career faculty members (tenured or tenure-track). Participants will work with a NCFDD certified coach and small groups to enhance their research and writing productivity. During … Continued