Congratulations to Dianne Welsh on the keynote address she delivered to Galala University, Egypt, on “Why Everyone Should be an Entrepreneur” on March 23 online.
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 Dianne Welsh on her interview with Zippia.com where she served on a panel of experts that discussed job market trends for recent graduates.
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
Congratulations to Dianne Welsh on her article titled, “How much do network support and managerial skills affect women’s entrepreneurial success? The overlooked role of country economic development,” was published in Entrepreneurship and Regional Development.
Representatives from UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics brought home the hardware from this year’s Small Business Institute (SBI) Annual Conference, receiving awards for Project of the Year and Best Paper. The first-place award for Experiential Learning Project of the Year for an undergraduate feasibility or business plan went to a team of … Continued
Congratulations to Noah Reynolds and his team of students (Luke Pecor, Netzer Wasserberg, Melanie Darges, James Eades (alum), and Amanda Girard (alum)) on their 1st place win in the Feasibility/Business Plan Best Project Award at the Small Business Institute.
Congratulations to Dianne Welsh and her co-authors on winning the Best Paper Award at the Small Business Institute Conference for their paper entitled,”The Role of Entrepreneurial Intentions in Developing Future Entrepreneurs.”