Congratulations to Zhiyong Yang as he received $3,000 in SBA funding for the approved Faculty Liaison award.
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/).
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
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
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
Congratulations to Dianne Welsh as her article, “Women Entrepreneurs and Work-Life Interface: The Impact of Sustainable Economies on Success” with co-author Eugene Kaciak, Brock University, Canada, was accepted in the Journal of Business Research.
Congratulations to Merlyn Griffiths, speaker for the Minority Business Accelerator Program at the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce on September 24, 2019. MBA – Workshop One-Griffiths-Chamber speak 9-24 – 2019
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
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
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