A start-up is born

A start-up is born

Entrepreneurship class inspires students to solve the problem of access to healthy food A global perspective. An innovative mindset. Exceptional problem solving. The Bryan School prepares students with all the skills they need to succeed. For six students In Noah Reynolds’ Feasibility Analysis class, a semester-long entrepreneurship project honed all of these skills at once — and left them… [Continue Reading]

CARS Industry Summit puts students face-to-face with industry executives

CARS Industry Summit puts students face-to-face with industry executives

It’s one thing to hear industry professionals speak at an event. It’s all the more impactful when you can have lunch with them, ask questions that directly pertain to your interests and goals, and seek their advice. The Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) Industry Summit offers just that kind of interactive experience for CARS… [Continue Reading]

Beta Gamma Sigma induction features energizing speech by 2016 Chapter Honoree Jay Raffaldini

Beta Gamma Sigma induction features energizing speech by 2016 Chapter Honoree Jay Raffaldini

On April 18, Bryan School students and their families listened intently to Jerome (Jay) L. Raffaldini II describe his “epic journey” of successes and failures in business. Raffaldini is Founding Partner, Managing Director, and Head of Global Products Specialists for UBS Hedge Fund Solutions, the second largest hedge fund investor in the world. You also may know him as… [Continue Reading]

Business Coach

Business Coach

At his core, Dean Mac Banks is a competitor. His competitive spirit took root as a young man, when he found success on the track, the football field and the basketball court. During his college search, he received invitations from coaches to play more than one sport at the collegiate level. He chose track at… [Continue Reading]

Accounting for Success

Accounting for Success

David Stark’s outstanding career began as an internship through the Bryan School When David Stark ’08 graduated with an MS in Accounting, he left the program with more than a diploma in hand. Now an accountant with KPMG LLP, David first connected with his employer through a Bryan School internship that launched his career. He… [Continue Reading]

It Was Time

It Was Time

On Sunday mornings, you will find Michael C. McDaniel ’15 in the pulpit of Currytown Baptist Church in Lexington, North Carolina, where he relies heavily on his training in theology and ministry. But the rest of the week, the senior pastor also draws on lessons learned while earning his bachelor’s degree in business administration from… [Continue Reading]

Unstoppable

Unstoppable

No one, including the emergency department physicians who treated her initially, thought Tia Timpson ’15 could be having a stroke. She was in otherwise excellent health, just 20 years old and in her second semester at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In fact, on September 12, 2010, Tia had a massive stroke that… [Continue Reading]

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business

Some people want a huge party or a luxurious vacation to celebrate their 50th birthday. Waltrunette Gardner ’15 wanted to grasp her diploma from the Bryan School of Business and Economics at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. It was the perfect gift to herself. “It’s an overwhelming feeling,” Waltrunette says. “This was a… [Continue Reading]

Goal by goal

Goal by goal

Justin Dyson ’15 is ready for new managerial role & entrepreneurial challenges Communication is the key to most problem solving. Justin Dyson ’15 learned the value of gaining strong communication skills while earning his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Bryan School of Business and Economics. He just recently graduated, but already it’s paid… [Continue Reading]

Dream Deferred No More

Dream Deferred No More

Twenty years ago, Leigh Donadieu ’15 postponed her dream of a business degree. At the Bryan School, she brought that dream home. The first time Leigh Donadieu ’15 set out to earn a bachelor’s degree, her plans were derailed. She was well into a bachelor’s degree at Rutgers University when congenital spine defects led to… [Continue Reading]