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Beta Gamma Sigma induction of the Bryan School of Business and Economics on Monday, April 18, 2016, in Greensboro, N.C..
 

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IT is for Girls

Lakshmi Iyer’s summer program is reversing the trend of declining female engagement in IT. It never bothered Lakshmi Iyer that she was one of only a few females in her graduate engineering program. Years later, however, as an associate professor in the Bryan School, she decided that the severe shortage of women in IT is […]

Bryan Back to Business: Monday, August 29, 2016

Open to all Bryan School students! Attend panel sessions to start planning your post-graduate life, then celebrate the new year with a networking party. Do you know what you are doing after graduation? The Bryan School is hosting the first ever Bryan Back to Business event designed to teach you about opportunities and resources available […]

X-Culture program crowd-sources business ed

Dr. Vas Taras recently gave a talk on crowd-sourcing business education and consulting projects at TEDxGreensboro. Dr. Taras also recently received the Best Research Methods Paper Award from the Academy of International Business! Dr. Taras is the creator of an international business competition called X-Culture. Read more about it here:http://goo.gl/sfe08V

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The knowledge and experience you’ll gain from the Bryan School of Business and Economics will help you become the exceptional problem solver that our organizations and communities need.

 

You’ll learn how to identify solutions ethically, innovatively, globally and sustainably through a combination of courses taught by experienced professors and practical, hands-on experiences.

 

Everything you learn during your Bryan School experience will position you to make meaningful contributions where you work, live and lead.

Our Commitment to Academic Integrity

The Bryan School is fully committed to UNC Greensboro’s Academic Integrity Policy, and we expect our students to exemplify the five core values of honesty, fairness, trust, respect, and responsibility. All UNCG students are responsible for upholding the Academic Integrity Policy and for reporting apparent violations to the appropriate persons.

 

Any allegations relating to a violation of the Academic Integrity Policy are investigated thoroughly. Any violations that are substantiated are subject to a wide range of educational sanctions, including expulsion from the university.

 

All students should read and become familiar with the Academic Integrity Policy. More information about the Academic Integrity Process can be found on the Dean of Students web site.

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Proven excellence

One of the largest business schools in North Carolina, the Bryan School's AACSB International accreditation in AACSB Accreditationbusiness and accounting puts it among the top 3 percent of business schools in the world.