With the flexibility of online learning, executives can learn wherever they are in the world. More
The professor shows corporate social responsibility and sustainability are good business decisions. More
Ken Epps (MBA ‘02) takes lessons learned and Tar Heel passion in his successful Navy career that has taken him around the world. More
Beloved by alumni and students, he has left his mark on every aspect of the School. More
The Coca-Cola Company is building business through social enterprise. More
Building community in the classroom generates spirited interactions and exploration. More
Jamen Kyle Miller and Lauren Montagne are featured.
Professor Bill Weld shares insights on stock splits, which he has studied.
MBA@UNC student Erin Kendrick shares her experience earning an MBA degree online as a new parent.
Professor Camelia Kuhnen's research shows the challenge that financial planners face.
Scott Rostan, who teaches investment banking and financial modeling, wrote this piece for the Financial Times.
Professor Alison Fragale shares negotiation advice.
Classmates Abhi Mehrotra and Scott Quilty became business partners after identifying a market need while in their entrepreneurship class.
Audra Gaiziunas (OneMBA '08) helps brewers understand the numbers and strategy of the craft beer industry.
Cannon equips students – from undergraduates to PhDs – with the skills to communicate their ideas.
Procter & Gamble’s global sales officer reflects on lessons learned from Arkansas to Germany.
Malcolm Turner (BSBA '98) is a leader in the business of sport.
Collaboration is one of the cornerstones of the UNC community – and the Carolina Conscious story is a perfect example.
Entrepreneur Nick Black (MBA '13) is on a mission to disrupt the nonprofit sector with his startup, GoodUnited.
Super Cooper's College Buddies provide support to some of UNC's youngest and bravest patients.
The legendary IBMer and Tar Heel is remembered as a builder and a leader.
Bidding and keyword choice strategies can help marketers stand out in paid-search advertising.
Tucker (BSBA '20) was selected to receive the scholarship for his academic merit and promise.
Trying to protect against address overtime issues creates other problems.