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From One Continent to Six: Harris Hamed’s International Education

Prior to attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Harris Hamed ’17 had never been out of the country. Now, just three years and several passport stamps later, Hamed has traveled to 19 countries and six continents thanks in large part to programs and opportunities offered through the University.

Melanie Bullock: It's her time to shine

Bullock (MBA@UNC '15), a former Hollywood executive, takes on two new leading roles.

Amgen executive Rolf Hoffmann joins faculty

Rolf K. Hoffmann (MBA '87) is the former senior vice president of U.S. commercial operations for Amgen.

How Royal Caribbean charted a new course in emerging markets

CFO Jason Liberty (MBA '15) shares insights on the company's international expansion.

Students selected as Phillips Ambassadors for study abroad in Asia

Seventeen undergraduates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and one undergraduate from Duke University have been selected as Phillips Ambassadors for Summer and Fall 2016 study abroad programs in Asia.

Learning the language: From China to Carolina

Susan Hedglin (MBA '17) sets her sights on a career in global business.

Emerging Markets Conference set for April 15

Industry and academic leaders in global strategy, marketing, operations and finance will focus on the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Emerging Markets Conference to be held April 17

Speakers and panelists will examine challenges and opportunities for global growth, from Latin America to Asia.

UNC Kenan-Flagler to host emerging markets conference

Corporate and academic leaders will discuss how multinational companies can overcome challenges to growth in emerging markets.

Addressing sustainability challenges in India

UNC Kenan-Flagler and IIMB collaborate on business education and research.

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