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TACTILE TEXTILES: INDUSTRY COLOR TOOLS GIVE CARS STUDENTS REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE

When consumers are looking to buy new clothes – whether a high-end designer brand or secondhand – color is one of the biggest deciding factors. Starting this academic year, students in the Bryan School’s Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) program will use some of the same color tools used by the apparel industry. Lecturer and Internship … Continued

UNC Greensboro stands out in online education

Thanks for the shout out from Jim Wuwert, a graduate in the MA in Applied Economics program, who spoke with Fox 8 News about his experience going back to school for his online master’s degree. You can view the full Buckley Report UNCG online here: https://myfox8.com/video/buckley-report-uncg-online/7713411/.

CARS Students Win Big

Three CARS students took home awards at the 16th annual Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo on April 22, 2022. The Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo participants uploaded video presentations to the URSCO Virtual Expo site for perusal by visitors and judges, as part of a week-long event. Three Consumer, Apparel, … Continued

CARS Faculty and Doctoral Student Recognized for Excellence in Teaching

Congratulations to Dr. Trish Kemerly and Ms. Annie Williams for being recognized with Bryan School Excellence Award for the 2021-2022 academic year! These awards recognize excellence in facilitating student learning and development. Dr. Trish Kemerly, a professional track faculty member in CARS, was awarded the Lecturer Teaching Excellence Award for her work in the classroom. … Continued

UNCG Bryan School adds Cone Health executive to Economics Advisory Board

The UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics is continuing the planned expansion of its Economics Advisory Board with the addition of Dr. Monica Schmidt, Cone Health’s Executive Director of Health Economics, a move that could open the door to an ongoing and mutually beneficial partnership. “We have internationally known researchers in addiction studies … Continued