Jones (BSBA '11) beat cancer – and now, he's helping others do the same. More
Connolly’s dedication to helping others epitomizes the School’s core values. More
The EMBA Program's flexible format helps students accelerate their careers without a work hiatus. More
The key to success is making an impact, says Hershey's Michele Buck (MBA '87). More
UNC Kenan-Flagler and IIMB collaborate on business education and research. More
The journalist and author delivered the 2015 Weatherspoon Lecture at UNC Kenan-Flagler. More
"Business Cares" will provide strategic and innovative philanthropic support for non-profits. More
Dea (MBA '15) puts his "learn and teach" philosophy to work as a b-school leader. More
The unique online MBA program is based on UNC's tradition of excellence, innovation and access. More
Camelia Kuhnen says that people who are good at regulating their emotions tend to be better at investing.
Love-hate relationships at work might be good for you, writes Shimul Melwani.
Ted Zoller provides a framework for deciding where to build a company.
Allison Hughes (MBA@UNC ’14) has faced many hardships as a military vet and spouse, but she has done incredible things to overcome and help others.
Randy Meyer conducted a benchmarking study of the Triangle and other hubs for tech startups.
Sreedhari Desai's research on marriage structure, gender and work is featured.
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.