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UNC Kenan-Flagler students will invest using socially responsible principles.
The event features panel discussions, research presentations, networking and a case competition with college and professional basketball experts and corporate partners.
Sreedhari Desai is using art -- hers and her toddler's – to increase awareness of epilepsy.
Research by Camelia Kuhnen shows that uncertainty hinders firms' hiring of people who don't have experience working in their industry.
The program will fund projects innovative research, teaching and problem-solving at the intersection of the institutes' work.
Corporate and academic leaders will discuss how multinational companies can overcome challenges to growth in emerging markets.
The program is open to UNC inventors as well as startups, small businesses and other universities.
OneMBA will host a lunch-and-learn session Feb. 12 in Washington, D.C. and an open house Feb. 14 in Leesburg, Va.
The event highlights innovations, trends and challenges and North Carolina’s central role in the growing clean-technology industry.
Four teams of PhD students were selected to compete in the National Institutes of Health's Neuro Startup Challenge.
David Ignatius will deliver the annual Weatherspoon Lecture Jan. 29. He will discuss “Foreign Affairs – How to Fix the World.”
The unique online MBA program is based on UNC's tradition of excellence, innovation and access.
Everyone has worked while sick or in pain, but how does that affect job performance?
NCGrowth student analysts report on economic development projects for companies in five N.C. counties.
Poor sleep quality can lead to abusive behavior by supervisors according to a study by Mike Christian and a global team of business professors.
The Kenan Institute announces an initiative for the entrepreneurial commercialization of technology at UNC.
Studies by Sreedhari Desai shows anxiety can lead to self-interested unethical behavior.
MBA students from 16 top schools battled for the top spot in the premier investment management competition – the Alpha Challenge.
His selection continues Carolina’s tradition of highlighting outstanding faculty as speakers at the December Commencement.
The day-long conference is being hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Net Impact Chapter and Duke's Food Forum.
Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked the full-time MBA Program No. 12 in the United States – up five spots from the last ranking.
UNC Kenan-Flagler recognized alumni who personify its core values of excellence, leadership, integrity, community and teamwork.
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