Jeff Tucker (MBA ’00) speaks with students at the Emerging Markets conference.
UNC Kenan-Flagler undergrads traveled to Denmark for the CBS Case Competition.
New dean Doug Shackelford got right to work after taking office in February.
MBA students representing 20 nationalities and 18 top b-schools are studying at UNC this spring.
Dean Shackelford and Rollie Tillman celebrate a successful year for Kenan Institute Leadership Fellows.
MBA students ran into a familiar face -- UNC's Chancellor Folt -- while cheering on the Tar Heels.
The Real Estate Club poses in front of a development project on a career trek to Atlanta.
Therapy dogs visited UNC Kenan-Flagler to help students ease the stress of exams.
Outstanding alumni were honored at the Alumni Association awards ceremony this fall.
With classes, conferences, recruiting events and more there's never a dull moment in McColl.
Undergraduate Leadership Fellow Ashley Gremel (BSBA '14) shakes Dean Shackelford's hand at the 2014 Rollie Tillman & Kenan Institute Impact Awards Reception.
UNC Kenan-Flagler shapes principled leaders who drive extraordinary results for both the bottom line and the greater good.
Our top-ranked program bridges the gap between theory and application with an emphasis on real-life learning.
Redefining the boundaries of consulting and education, STAR gives students hands-on experience consulting for real companies.
Recruiters from global corporations share insights on why UNC Kenan-Flagler students stand out among talented candidate pools.
Virginia Kay (PhD ’13) finds parallels in her research on human motivation and a dog’s willingness to serve.
The Master of Accounting Program integrates technical and leadership skills to prepare students to be leaders in corporate America.
Fritsch (BSBA ’81) shares his definition of success, highlighting UNC Kenan-Flagler’s core values of leadership and community.
A focus on leadership development and collaboration sets UNC Kenan-Flagler apart, says Dr. Sridhar Balasubramanian (“Dr. B.”).
The online MBA@UNC program helps students like Jamie DeMaria (MBA ’13) pursue a degree from anywhere in the world.