The Consortium provides fellowships and access to a network of corporate partners and alumni to increase diversity in corporate leadership and business education.
With the flexibility of online learning, executives can learn wherever they are in the world.
Cording brings corporate, academic, executive education and global experience to the role.
The OneMBA® Class of 2017 studied global business on four continents.
Chi Nwogu (MBA ’18) will receive a $5,000 award to develop his social venture.
Fortune and UNC Kenan-Flagler are working together to create new online programs for business leaders scheduled to launch in fall 2017.
AACSB selected UNC Kenan-Flagler for its innovative and creative best practices in entrepreneurship.
Hamrick is Grant Thornton LLP’s national managing principal of Public Policy. She brings nearly 30 years of professional services experience to the Alumni Council.
The merit-based fellowship assists MBA students gain summer internships and full-time offers with firms in the alternative investment space.
Global marketing expert Jan-Benedict Steenkamp provides actionable strategies to launch, grow and revive global brands.
The webinar will take a deep dive into financial fraud by dissecting case studies with accounting expert Mandy Sayers of TIAA.
The seventh cohort includes commercial and social ventures with a variety of long-term business goals.
Turner (BSBA '93) oversees the business and basketball operations of the NBA D-League.
Working professionals will attend a class session and learn about the innovative global executive MBA program.
Providing solutions to critical economic issues facing the Trump Administration is the focus of a new report.
A team of Tar Heel MBA students brought home first place and a $20,000 prize.
Hayden, the author of a book on U.S. intelligence in the age of terror, will give the Weatherspoon Lecture.
Rousset, associate director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at UNC Kenan-Flagler, received the award from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce as part of its annual Salute to Community Heroes.
MBA students from 16 business schools battled to win the premier U.S. investment management competition hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler.
A new study finds that an activist campaign substantially boosted the probability that the company would receive a takeover bid.
UNC Kenan-Flagler celebrated its Evening and Weekend EMBA graduates Oct. 29.
Six alumni who personify the School’s core values are honored.
Titled “Imagine, Invest, Inspire: Make Your Mark on the Workplace,” the conference will feature keynote addresses, workshops and panels.
Founder of an online clothing company, UNC Kenan-Flagler graduate Chris Lindland will share 20 years of startup experience.
The center will be a hub for scholarship, entrepreneurship and research-based education in sport business.Next 20 Stories