Sean White was ready—ready to make a career shift and challenge himself to try new things. After working at a public relations firm for three years, White wanted to transition his focus to marketing and decided to pursue an MBA to do it.
In a three-day event during NC State University’s fall break, the fall 2012 cohort of online Jenkins MBA students converged on north campus to meet one another face-to-face and to interact with their faculty.
This is the second Raleigh Residency hosted by the Jenkins MBA program, and students reported that the meeting afforded them several opportunities, both academic and social, that they enjoyed.
Participants in downtown Durham’s 2012 CenterFest Arts Festival, scheduled for September 15 and 16, can explore local history and culture by tapping into a new mobile app for Apple and Android phones that makes its debut at this event.
The News & Observer recently recognized MBA students at NC State's Jenkins Graduate School of Management for a local startup that originated in the MBA classroom.
Volunteers from the MBA Program are needed to judge the undergraduate student projects at the North Carolina DECA Conference on Friday, March 2nd in Greensboro.
Associate Professor Dr. Craig M. Newmark Uses Lively Anecdotes, Memorable Examples and Humor to Teach Economics.