After a thorough review, the Board of Trustees of AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has reaffirmed the accreditation of the Cameron School of Business at UNCW.
CSB Makes Poets & Quants' 2020 Best Undergraduate Business Schools List
Poets & Quants has again included the UNCW Cameron School of Business on their list of the top 97 undergraduate business schools in the nation for 2020. Factors reviewed for this ranking included admissions, academic experience, number of internships and salary after graduation
(This post originally appeared as a We Are UNCW feature on December 18, 2019)
(This post originally appeared as a We Are UNCW feature on December 11, 2019)
As a military-affiliated student, Hannah Schield ’19 has lived in three states and attended four colleges over the past five years in her pursuit to obtain a degree. Her hard work will come to fruition when Schield receives her business administration degree with a concentration in supply chain management from the Cameron School of Business.
"Once the requirements of my degree are completed, what ultimately matters are not the courses listed on my transcript, but the sensibilities and habits of mind that I bring to my work, friends, family, and indeed, the rest of my life,” said Schield.
According to Schield, who is CSB’s “Outstanding Graduate” for the school of business and within the supply chain program, the knowledge she has gained during her studies brings immense value to organizations.
(This post originally appeared as a We Are UNCW feature on May 6, 2019)
As he contemplated his college choices, Nick Gariepy came south to escape cold Michigan winters. He chose UNCW because of the academic and career opportunities available to him through the Cameron School of Business.
(This blog post originally appeared as a We Are UNCW feature on March 26.)
Gina Goodenow ’99, ’00M maintains a precise and businesslike image in her role as senior vice president and chief financial officer of a major nonprofit organization. But in her spare time, she likes to let her hair down.
By Tricia Vance, UNCW Office of University Relations (This post is a We Are UNCW feature from February 19, 2019).
He served his country as an infantry Marine, and now Jay Richardson ’20 has turned that sense of duty toward a career defending the nation’s cyber networks. Richardson, one of more than 2,100 military-affiliated students at UNCW, plans to earn a degree in computer information technology with a cybersecurity minor.
(Photo: Chancellor Sartarelli with David S. Congdon and his wife, Helen Congdon at the announcement reception)
This blog post was originally shared on WilmingtonBiz.com on January 4 and is adapted from the UNCW news story by Christina Schechtman, UNCW Office of University Relations.
On Dec. 6, the University of North Carolina Wilmington received a $10 million gift commitment from alumnus David Congdon, ’78, and his wife, Helen.
This represents the largest outright gift commitment in university history. With it, UNCW will establish the "David S. Congdon School of Supply Chain, Business Analytics and Information Systems," supporting these programs within the Cameron School of Business. The Computer Information Systems Building will also be rededicated as David S. Congdon Hall.