Small-town America may seem like the last place to build a global real estate operation – but Steven Bean (BSBA '85) has done just that. More
Program connects student 'treps with alumni mentors to help navigate the startup journey after graduation. More
Staats’ groundbreaking work helps organizations improve and employees perform at their best. More
How Katy DeCoursey (MBA '08) found success by making unconventional moves. More
Companies use a variety of best practices to build their brands on campus. More
Bullock (MBA@UNC '15), a former Hollywood executive, takes on two new leading roles. 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
History has shaped the global view of the Dutch-born marketing professor. More
Enough talk about millennials – it's Baby Boomers who present the greatest business opportunities. More
Laid off as hedge fund VP, Jimmy Adams (EMBA '07) went on to work at Waffle House and write a book – now a major motion picture – about his journey. More
The Carolina born-and-bred nonprofit provides free music lessons to kids from low-income families. More
Joe Brown (BSBA '16) overcame obstacles to pursue his education, inspiring the UNC Kenan-Flagler community.
Associate dean Jay Swaminathan and Jose Touzon (OneMBA '13) discussed the value of the Global OneMBA Program.
UNC grad Allison Bonner shares the benefits of Business Essentials and Dan Bursch discusses MBA@UNC certificate programs.
Entrepreneur Austin Helms (BSBA '16) says yes!
Professor Anil Shivdasani says that splits and spinoffs increase as the economy weakens.
MBA@UNC program director Dan Bursch writes about how to turn an internship into a full-time job.
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.
Dual-degree program helps Furgiuele (MBA/MEM '15) understand how business and ecology fit together.
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.