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CARS Faculty Recognized for Excellence in Teaching

Congratulations to Ms. Melanie Carrico and Ms. Anne Wood for being recognized with a Teaching Excellence Award in the Bryan School for the 2019-2020 academic year!  This award recognizes faculty who excel in the classroom facilitating student learning, development, and accomplishments. Ms. Carrico was awarded the Senior Teaching Excellence Award for her work in CARS … Continued

All in for Aldi: Students tackle business challenges for global retail giant

A little competition is good for business — and business school students. That was the case when groups of students from the Bryan School of Business and Economics tackled some tough business challenges for ALDI U.S. this spring in a unique business case competition. Not only did the students have the opportunity to address real-world … Continued

Kshetri: Cut off China’s access to semiconductor technology

Nir Kshetri was interviewed by Hong Kong-based news publication, The Millennial Source for the story “The US effort to cut off China’s access to semiconductor technology, explained”

From finance to fitness: Inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs

Take chances, learn from your mistakes, and never forget the people who helped you along the way. Those are the driving principles that accomplished serial entrepreneur Kirk Galiani ʼ87 (Finance) learned from his grandfathers — one an Italian immigrant who came to this country during the Great Depression and worked his way up to become … Continued

Junior finds second chance at success with Company Spotlights

Earlier this year, junior Owen Perrien landed a two-year internship with Edmonds, Hunt & Associates financial services in Greensboro. Not long before that, however, he was at home in Durham thinking about what a fresh start in higher education might look like. “After I transferred I had taken a year off, and during that year … Continued

Caza: Handbook on Organizational Resilience

Brianna and Arran Caza have released a new Research Handbook on Organizational Resilience that they edited along with Professor Ned Powley. They are thrilled with the cross-level content of the Handbook, and the amazing array of notable contributors (including notable scholars such as Professor Cameron, Professor Linnenluecke, Professor Sutcliffe, Wharton dean Erika James and Simmons’ … Continued

CARS PhD Student Wins Prestigious Graduate Fellowship

Congratulations to third year CARS PhD student Sukyung Seo for being awarded the prestigious D. Elizabeth Williams International Graduate Fellowship!  The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) awards this fellowship each year to international students nominated by AAFCS associated faculty.  Sukyung won this award based on a description of her dissertation research topic, “Self-Gifting Behavior: Multidimensional Scale Development,” … Continued

New Assistant Professor Dr. Grace Bang

Please join us in formally welcoming Dr. Hauen “Grace” Bang to the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies Department!  Dr. Bang joined the CARS Department in Fall 2019 as a Visiting Assistant Professor and is now part of the department as a full-time Assistant Professor. Dr. Bang completed a Bachelor of Arts at Mongolia International University … Continued