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UNCG Workplace Health Network, Bryan School to share economic expertise with NIOSH Center of Excellence

Researchers both in UNC Greensboro’s Workplace Health Network and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have collaborated to bring a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Total Worker Health® Center of Excellence to the state, with the Bryan School of Business and Economics providing economic and business expertise to the center. … Continued

Welcome new PhD students to CARS

With the start of a new academic year comes a new incoming class of doctoral students, ready to collaborate with faculty and contribute to research and learning in the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) Department.  Fall 2021 has brought CARS three new PhD students–Narmin Nasibli, Kavita Singh, and Kaylah Perry–who are excited to start … Continued

CARS Co-Sponsors Free Author Talk–Virginia Postrel discusses her book “The Fabric of Civilization: How Textiles Make the World” at Revolution Mill

Join us on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 at 6pm to hear upcoming speaker Virginia Postrel discuss her new book The Fabric of Civilization: How Textiles Made the World.  This event, hosted by the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) department in partnership with the White Oak Legacy Foundation, will be held in the Atrium at … Continued

Gift to fund annual Eloise McCain Hassell Teaching Excellence Award

David Craft ’85 (Business Administration and Management) is a lifelong “doer.” Instead of waiting for others to make things better, he acts on his inclinations to support and serve his community. Therefore, it is no surprise that as he reflected on the influence UNC Greensboro faculty have had on his life and career and those … Continued

UNCG Bryan School’s Jana Marroquin named 2021-2022 PCAOB Scholar

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has awarded its prestigious academic scholarships to undergraduate and graduate accounting students since 2011. For the 2021-2022 academic year 253 students were selected from schools across the U.S., among them Jana Marroquin of UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics. “Congratulations to our PCAOB Scholars who achieved this … Continued

Bryan Gold honored as Distinguished Program at student development conference

Bryan Gold, the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics’ app-based career readiness challenge, earned Distinguished Program honors at a student development conference this week. “The Distinguished Program Award recognizes select programs for their expertise in using Suitable to best serve their student population while supporting their mission and vision. We would argue that … 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

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