The School's second annual Giving Day was one of the greatest days of giving in UNC Kenan-Flagler history. More
Entrepreneur Scott Quilty (EMBA '15) is on a mission to increase access to education for Syrian refugees. More
The consulting project was a perfect fit for dual-degree student Jane Chaffee (MBA/MSPH '17). More
Habitat for Humanity CEO Jonathan Reckford (BA '84) shares his journey and lessons of experience. More
UNC Kenan-Flagler ranked in the top 10 in two global rankings of research productivity. More
Thirty years after its launch, our Master of Accounting Program remains at the forefront of innovation in higher education. More
Companies use a variety of best practices to build their brands on campus. More
Hurricane Katrina and experiences with managing change influence Christian’s research today. More
Lucerno Dynamics, led by CEO Ron Lattanze (MBA '93), is on a mission to improve the treatment process for cancer patients and doctors. More
Bullock (MBA@UNC '15), a former Hollywood executive, takes on two new leading roles. More
Joy Howard (MBA '02), CMO of Sonos, is profiled in an infographic that showcases her diverse career path.
MBA@UNC is cited allows students to continue their work and family life without relocating.
Rajat Gupta (MBA '18) talks about choosing UNC Kenan-Flagler for its supportive community and shares his career goals.
The parents of Jason Ray (BSBA '07) are championing organ donation as his legacy.
Beth Kungel Borck (MBA@UNC 16) decided to pursue her MBA while living in Saudia Arabia.
Steven Bean (BSBA ’85) brought a global firm to his small town and celebrates 10 years of providing economic opportunity.
Gen. Michael Hayden discusses forces of change that are creating threats for the U.S.
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.
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.