Dean Buckless of NC State Poole College of Management Joins Leaders in Signing Open Letter Calling for Substantial Policy Change in U.S. Approach to High-Skilled Immigration
Dean Frank Buckless of NC State University, Poole College of Management recently signed an open letter to U.S. policymakers released today in conjunction with a new white paper from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), Early Warning Signals: Winners and Losers in the Global Race for Talent.
Data Analytics Immersion Prepares MAC Students For Industry Changes
NC State Jenkins Master of Accounting students begin the semester with a two-week data analytics immersion that prepares them for networking with recruiters.
Andrews Launch Accelerator: Season Four Reflects Growth in the Program and Startup Teams
Three teams competed in the fourth season of the Andrews Launch Accelerator that included Arepa Culture, Freshspire and Tennisbloc.
How Blockchain Technology Could Reshape Supply Chain Management
Professor Rob Handfield discusses how blockchain technology can reshape the future of supply chain management by eliminating financial disputes and facilitating international transactions.
Just Do It, Say International Business Dual Degree Program Students
Students in the International Business Dual Degree (IBDD) program at Poole College reflect on their experiences in the program.
Jenkins MBA Student Honored at Triangle Purple Heart Dinner
Jenkins MBA student Shane Whitten was recently honored at the annual Triangle Purple Heart Dinner hosted by NC State on August 17.
Poole College Communicator Reflects on 15 Years of Storytelling
Anna (Tyma) Rzewnicki will retire as a communicator for the Poole College of Management on November 1, 2019, after 15 years with the Marketing and Communications Office.
Poole Latinx Community Share Stories on What Success Means to Them
As a part of the Latinx Heritage Month, we asked students, alumni and staff members to share their success stories and how their heritage has been a part of their achievements.
NC State Economics Professor Clark Received $2 Million Grant to Study Americans’ Financial Health in Retirement
NC State Economics Professor Robert Clark and colleagues from George Washington University and the University of Pennsylvania are the recipients of a $2 million grant to research the financial health of low- to moderate-income Americans nearing retirement.
Jenkins MBA’s Jen Arthur Given the Military Challenge Coin Award
Arthur was nominated by Brittni DeSander, a graduate student in the Jenkins MBA program, for the tradition that recognizes students, faculty, and staff for their unwavering commitment to the success of active military and veteran students.