The study is the first to test the role of mindfulness in the relationship between workplace injustice and retaliation.
UNC Kenan-Flagler hosted the global finals of VCIC, the premier competition for venture-minded and entrepreneurial MBA students.
UNC Kenan-Flagler was ranked No. 1 in accounting, No. 3 in marketing and No. 6 in finance.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration awarded a challenge grant to fund Technology Commercialization Carolina.
The online certificate program combines world-class academics with practical, real-world financial training.
Speakers and panelists will examine challenges and opportunities for global growth, from Latin America to Asia.
The Center for Sustainable Enterprise will host "Corporate Idealist" author Christine Bader and honor students and faculty.
Neal Hunter will share his journey as a serial entrepreneur.
USASBE is the largest independent, professional academic organization in the world dedicated to developing entrepreneurship educators.
The full-time MBA Program moves up a spot in the annual ranking.
The event is forum for private equity, hedge fund, venture capital and limited partner professionals to network, share ideas and stay abreast of industry trends.
Mark Tercek's Dean’s Speaker talk is part of the 15-year anniversary celebration of UNC Kenan-Flagler as a global leader in sustainable enterprise.
UNC Kenan-Flagler hosts its 23rd annual charity golf tournament April 17.
Learn more about the MAC Program during information sessions.
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. Next 20 Stories