Academic leader and internationally recognized scholar is a UNC alumnus. More
High (BSBA '76) shares career advice, discusses responsibilities of corporate leaders. More
Bingham focuses on strategy, innovation and change in dynamic markets. More
For the third time, Labro is honored for the significant impact of her research on managerial accounting. More
The New York Times "Corner Office" columnist keynotes UNC Kenan-Flagler's annual Leadership Day. More
Field hockey standout Shealy (BSBA '14) racks up academic accolades. More
Riggs (MBA '05) shares her experience building new Hershey's brand in China. More
The collaborative culture of UNC Kenan-Flagler attracted Adams (MBA ’14) to the MBA Program. More
In academics, Moss (BSBA '15) knocks it out of the park. More
Dean Doug Shackelford answers questions about the role and future of online education.
Professor Camelia Kuhnen, who grew up in Romania, studies the intersection of human nature and finance.
Attorney Lee Lowder (OneMBA ’14) reflects on the value of his global education.
MBA@UNC is featured in this article, with a longer version in the Best Graduate Schools guidebook.
Sophia Lopez (MBA ’09) of IBM gives advice on tapping into an alumni network.
The Economist ranked our alumni network No. 8 based on its size, global reach and helpfulness.
What could possess nearly 200 students to vie for places in an early morning accounting class? The professor.
From basketball to private wealth management, Nora Jabbour (BSBA ’06, MBA ’14) isn’t your typical MBA student.
Woodruff (PhD '12) shares leadership lessons from the military.
Buck (MBA '87) talks values, leadership style at Leadership Day.
Planning for the future is key to success, Saba (MBA '93) tells students.
Krawcheck shares hard-won lessons for businesswomen.
Dayal (MBA '83) invests in funds, people and the arts.
The United States could become an emerging nation again, Jeb Bush told attendees at UNC Kenan-Flagler's annual Weatherspoon Lecture.
The Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center is expanding to accommodate the growing demand for Executive Development programs.
The real estate industry attracts a growing number of women MBA students and alumnae.