At the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics, we create and disseminate knowledge about the theory and practice of business. This is baked into our School’s high-level priorities, which include increasing student access to excellence, ensuring student success, investing in faculty excellence, and promoting research excellence. In pursuit of the latter, our world-class faculty members consistently publish unique peer-reviewed articles in world-leading journals.
unique peer-reviewed journal articles published and accepted in 2022 with 16 of them in world-leading journals
faculty members hold 13 editorial positions at 8 of the world’s best business journals
grants and contracts awarded in 2022 valued at $3,710,775
Bryan School professors can do it all. Invested instructors who engage in collaborative research experiences with our students, their own prolific research – alongside their deep commitment to teaching and scholarship – is a potent compliment to the Bryan School’s innovative, hands-on curriculum. And while we are extremely proud of the culture of care that exists between our students and their professors, it would be a disservice not to highlight some of their meaningful and impactful work.
Every time Dr. Dayong Huang publishes a paper, the world learns a little more about the nature of the U.S. stock market.
Growing up in a small town above the Arctic Circle, Dr. Elena Karpova says she was drawn to clothing from an early age.
It has been a busy year for Dr. Jeremy Bray, Jefferson-Pilot Excellence Professor in the Bryan School’s Department of Economics.
Dr. Hamid Nemati, professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, has been studying A.I. for longer than most.
If your workplace asked employees for ideas on how to improve the business, how much effort would you put into your response?
When you hear the word tourism, you might picture a hot beach and a cold drink. Dr. Chantell LaPan doesn’t quite see it that way.
You’ve heard of the cloud. Dr. Jiyong Park, Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, says it’s green.
The future is now for Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies Department Head Dr. Nancy Hodges and Associate Professor Dr. “Tu” Watchravesringkan.
Smartphone data could prove beneficial in tracking the spread of infectious diseases, says Associate Professor of Economics Dr. Martin Andersen.
Accounting and Finance Assistant Professor Dr. Lijun (Gillian) Lei takes a look at what happens when companies post negatively about competitors online.
The interconnectedness of markets is here to stay, says Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality & Tourism Associate Professor Dr. S. Cem Bahadir.
Dr. Arran Caza, Associate Professor in the Department of Management, takes a look at management models and how they’re taught.