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Kshetri: IEEE Blockchain Summit

Nir Kshetri was a featured speaker at the 2019 IEEE Global Blockchain Summit held at the NIST Headquarter, Gaithersburg, MD (https://attend.ieee.org/blockchainsummit/speakers/). He was also invited to speak at the event “The Future of Technology in Asia” organized by The National Bureau of Asian Research (https://www.nbr.org/event/the-future-of-technology-in-asia/).

Bray Awarded Major Grant for Research on Alcohol Abuse

Jeremy Bray, PhD, department head, professor of economics, and newly-appointed Jefferson-Pilot Excellence Professor, received notice of a significant research grant of $436,371 from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) for his research project “Alcohol consumption and related comorbid conditions: health state utilities for economic evaluation.” Bray is an internationally-recognized authority on the … Continued

Bryan School to Host Sustainability Discussion

Experts to Discuss Role of Sustainability in Retail The Bryan School of Business and Economics at UNC Greensboro will host a panel discussion on “Sustainability – The Key to Future Growth” on Tuesday, October 22 from 2-4 pm in the Elliott University Center (EUC) Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. The … Continued

Cultivating Global Leadership in 2019

Leaving her young children and husband in Indonesia to earn a graduate degree was not an easy choice. But Fani Pramuditya ’19 MBA had a dream. Actually, she had several, and her MBA studies at the Bryan School have helped put them within reach. Taking advantage of this experience has helped her expand her own … Continued

Campus Life in 1969

When Jane Fisher ’69 BA Economics/Business Administration enrolled at UNC Greensboro in 1965, it was only the second year the university admitted male students – and there weren’t many in the class of roughly 900. This was also just a few years after the famed sit-ins at the Greensboro Woolworth’s lunch counter, and the height of … Continued

Everyone is Empowered to Give

Tia Wiggins always thought endowments were created by alumni who were extremely wealthy, had trust funds, or had long-term, successful careers. “I do not fall into any of these categories. I don’t have deep pockets,” says Wiggins, a 2007 business administration alumna and human resources manager for Northrop Grumman’s Technology Services sector. Despite that, at … Continued

Students Get Back to Business

A Student’s Perspective Story and photos by Ethan Eli San Pedro Freshman International Business Major With expert panelists speaking on a wide variety of topics, and a mixer where students could socialize with peers and professionals, the Bryan School’s 4th Annual Back to Business event served as a great exhibition of the school’s dedication to … Continued