“I tell my students that the world is an orange. It’s a perfectly lovely piece of fruit, and it’s just sitting there filled with juice. You have to choose to squeeze.“
Surveys put the average of women in U.S. MBA programs at 41% in 2021. This spring at the Bryan School, 54% of UNCG MBA students were female.
If someone told sophomore Morgan Atwater five years ago he’d be taking an esports management class in college, he wouldn’t have believed them.
LaParia Speight fell in love with fashion in seventh grade: “I was in a home-economics class, and I learned I could make things on my own.”
Putting their own spin on what it means to get involved, the impact Scarlett and Andrew Nunez Roa have had on the Bryan School is hard to miss.
Shirin Alhroob keeps reinventing what success means in her life. These days, UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School plays a key role in that journey.
We are extremely proud of the culture of care that exists between Bryan School students and their professors. But it would be a disservice to our world-class educators if we didn’t also highlight their prolific research. In 2020, Bryan School professors published 144 unique peer-reviewed journal articles – with 29 of them in world-leading journals. Our innovative, hands-on curriculum is a potent compliment to their hard work creating and disseminating knowledge about the theory and practice of business.
You’ve heard of the cloud. Dr. Jiyong Park, Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, says it’s green.
The future is now for Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies Department Head Dr. Nancy Hodges and Associate Professor Dr. “Tu” Watchravesringkan.
Accounting and Finance Assistant Professor Dr. Lijun (Gillian) Lei takes a look at what happens when companies post negatively about competitors online.
The interconnectedness of markets is here to stay, says Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality & Tourism Associate Professor Dr. S. Cem Bahadir.
Our alumni are changing the world – in ways big and small – every day. Here’s what a few of them are doing, and their thoughts on life, work, and the impact of their Bryan School education.