Second online degree offering will meet demand from MAC students, recruiters. More
Top b-school deans meet to discuss best practices for the 21st century workplace. More
Client feedback ranks UNC Executive Development programs among the best in the world. More
Research by professor Mike Christian is winning the hearts of coffee lovers. More
Teams of MBA and undergrad students consult for global and regional companies. More
John Gallemore's research takes him across the world. Next stop: Chicago. More
More than 6,500 miles from her home country of Iran, Parisa Salkhordeh learns value of diversity and teamwork. More
The accounting professor conquers frontiers in research and teaching. More
Shimul Melwani’s research shows that workplace gossip can be positive.
Lawrence Murray talks about the Undergraduate Business Program, recently ranked No. 9.
Dean Doug Shackelford says companies eager to get involved with inversion mania before it’s too late could find “spinversion” to be an appealing strategy.
Sreedhari Desai’s research shows that married men whose wives do not work view women in their workplace unfavorably.
David Vogel, Undergraduate Business Program career director, and Marissa Onsager (BSBA ’14) of Deloitte are interviewed.
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School has seen rising demand for courses on family business through its Family Enterprise Center.
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.