Beta Gamma Sigma Host Virtual Ceremony for 2020 Inductees
Beta Gamma Sigma, an international business honors society, hosted its induction ceremony via Zoom on March 26 with 45 students and one faculty member joining the organization. Beta Gamma Sigma was founded in 1913 to recognize and honor collegiate students […]
Introducing the MAC Class of 2021
Every year the NC State Jenkins Master of Accounting Program receives hundreds of applications from dedicated and qualified individuals looking to take their careers to the next level. Meet a few of our students.
Jenkins MAC Students Awarded NC CPA Foundation Scholarships
Five current NC State Jenkins Master of Accounting students are recent recipients of the 2019 NC CPA Foundation Scholarship. The Foundation’s goal is to attract and support the next generation of CPAs.
Impact of Scholarship
Since our formation in 1990, the Poole College of Management has made the same commitment to our students through scholarships generously funded by our donors.
Challenge or Opportunity? Riding the Wave of Entrepreneurship in Times of Crises
As COVID-19 continues to impact the global economy, Poole College anticipates a new launch of entrepreneurship.
As concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continued to mount, NC State and Poole College of Management leadership had to make the difficult choice to temporarily halt the spring and summer 2020 study abroad programs.
Sofia Marin Brings Personal Experiences to the International Business Dual Degree Program
Sofia Marin shares personal global experiences as a language ambassador for the International Business Dual Degree Program.
6th Annual Innovative Women’s Conference Hosts 200 Via Zoom
The sixth annual Innovative Women’s Conference was held on Friday, March 20 virtually for about 200 guests hosted by the Jenkins MBA Women’s Club.
From Bollywood Movie Producer to Jenkins MBA Student
Shankar Radhakrishnan graduated from North Carolina State University in 2009, with a master’s degree in construction engineering and management.
A Spring Break That Inspires
Every year, hundreds of NC State students, faculty and staff travel to about two dozen domestic and international destinations to engage in service and cultural experiences through the Alternative Service Break (ASB) program.