Finance Club Deepens Students’ Professional Networks
Finance Club students in Poole College are regularly offered opportunities to network with speakers from industry and institutions.
Rob Handfield Explains Coronavirus Disruptions to Supply Chains in Forbes
Rob Handfield discusses the negative effects the coronavirus is causing global supply chains.
Poole College Celebrates Entrepreneurial Success During Black History Month
Poole College of Management celebrates Black History Month through the stories of students, faculty and staff, alumni and community members.
How One Poole Alumna Combined Her Passion for Medicine, Supply Chain and International Studies
Recent Alexander Hamilton scholar Lorena Souza combined her passion for medicine and her backgrounds in business and international studies into a career at BioMérieux.
Poole College Report Shows CFOs See Increase in Risk Complexity
The AICPA and Poole College of Management 2019 State of Risk Oversight report sees an increase in risk complexity.
Accounting Networking Night Gives Students an Opportunity to Elevate Their Internship Candidacies
Accounting Networking Night provided select undergraduate accounting students with the opportunity to meet with accounting firm representatives.
MAC Alumna Receives Women to Watch Emerging Leader Award
Emily Wetsel (Jenkins MAC, 2009) is a recent recipient of the Women to Watch Emerging Leader Award from the North Carolina Association of CPAs (NCACPA).
Bryan Riggsbee ’94 Believes Empowering Others Will Lead to Success
Poole College alumnus Bryan Riggsbee, CFO and EVP of Myriad Genetics, was featured in the most recent installment of the Wells Fargo Executive Leadership Series.
Poole College Announces Fall 2019 Dean’s List Recipients
The Poole College of Management recently announced the fall 2019 semester Dean's List recipients.
Poole College Research Takes Aim at Unlocking Mystery to Better Brand Secrets
“We find that brand secrets can add nuance to the consumer-brand relationship and have many positive effects for the company,” Heather Dretsch, assistant professor of marketing, wrote.