MBA students from 16 business schools battled to win the premier investment management competition – the Alpha Challenge – hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler.
The conference centered on the food industry and sustainability will be hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler and Duke on Dec. 2.
Princeton Review ranked UNC Kenan-Flagler No. 14 among graduate programs and ranked UNC No. 21 among undergraduate programs.
UNC Kenan-Flagler honored six graduates.
Launch Chapel Hill is recognized as the No. 4 university business accelerator in North America.
Working professionals graduated from the Evening and Weekend Executive MBA Programs.
UNC Kenan-Flagler has published the latest edition of its research magazine.
Carolina grad Sallie Krawcheck will deliver the keynote address at the Oct. 23 launch event.
Sherron Watkins will discuss corporate integrity, leadership and business ethics.
Brown will build on the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise’s legacy of economic development, global competitiveness and entrepreneurship.
The students will educate others about the benefits of the online business certificate program.
The fund provides practical, real-world educational experiences for students.
The Undergraduate Business and full-time MBA Programs are ranked among the very best – again.
Susan Cameron will discuss public policy and leading the tobacco company.
Dean Douglas Shackelford returns to the White House as part of an initiative to improve opportunities for women in business.
The new Leadership App showcases the comprehensive leadership development program at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
TCC supports N.C. innovators and inventors with training, launch support and funding.
OneMBA® is the largest and most diverse partnership among international MBA programs.
The study of how organizations develop global competence in their workforce is based on a survey of more than 300 HR and training and development professionals.
Based on client feedback, UNC Kenan-Flagler No.1 for value and No. 2 for faculty.
The Kenan Creative Collaboratory funds innovative research, teaching and problem-solving at the intersection of private enterprise, engineering, technology and science, arts and ethics.
The Princeton Review ranked MBA@UNC No. 1 in its first ranking of online MBA programs.
The lifetime honor recognizes exceptional thought leadership in research and teaching.
Academic and industry experts will work together to generate new knowledge about private capital markets based on objective academic research.
The April 28 tournament, which is part of the MBA Leadership Immersion Capstone Course, will support obesity UNC research and prevention.Next 20 Stories