AACSB honors The Leadership App, which showcases the Leadership Program and serves as a course app for the one-of-a-kind Leadership Immersion. More
MBA students pay it forward to help peers prep for consulting interviews. More
U.S. News & World Report gives top marks to UNC Kenan-Flagler's online MBA program. More
Zeithaml is a pioneer in the theory and practice of marketing. More
Snowe will speak on "What's gone wrong in Washington and why it doesn't have to be this way." More
Attending UNC Kenan-Flagler paved the way for Boinodiris (BS '94, MBA '08) to effect industry-wide change. More
Healthcare reform is a topic the U.S. can't afford to ignore, says Bailey (MBA '91). More
The School honors our longest-living consecutive donor through the creation of the Ann Christian Goodno Loyalty Society. More
Sallie Krawcheck is helping Ellevate women in the Triangle and around the world. More
EMBA grads reflect on their transformative journey. More
Ravi Maniar (MBA ’16) found the strong community he was seeking in MBA program at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Global Business Center director Julia Kruse discusses best practices in global job searches.
CEOs can shape the conversation, find Claudia Kubowicz Malhotra and Arvind Malhotra.
Sreedhari Desai shows that a virtuous quote in an e-mail signature can insulate against unethical requests.
Ric Elias shared advice during his keynote at the 2015 Undergraduate Business Symposium.
Courage is essential to career success in a rapidly changing world.
Entrepreneur Helms (BSBA '16) discovers the value of UNC Kenan-Flagler's network.
Mehrotra (EMBA '15) uses business principles and innovation to positively impact patient care.
Dual-degree program helps Furgiuele (MBA/MEM '15) understand how business and ecology fit together.
Hartzell (PhD ’85) connects students, alumni and industry for real-world studies.
Students' recommendations help Hoke County nonprofit land nearly $1M in federal funding.
The community celebrates a year’s worth of philanthropic effort through the Business Cares initiative.
Mallard (MBA '15) is harnessing the power of business to benefit the greater good.
The businessman turned prof draws on his experiences to help students reach new heights.