Cameron School of Business at UNCW

How to Get a Work-Study Position in College

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Mar 8, 2019 11:40:00 AM

By Mel Beasley, CSB Marketing Assistant

Now that we’ve discussed how to apply for a federal work-study award in our previous blog post, it’s time to talk about how to actually find and land a work-study position at your university. It’s important to keep in mind that the application process might be competitive as there are only a limited number of open work-study positions available at any given school. Don’t expect to have a position handed to you simply because you have a work-study award. Just like any other job position, hiring managers treat work-study applicants as they would a permanent employee. They are looking for professionals who will take the position seriously and do a good job.

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Topics: interviewing, financial aid, work study

UNCW’s MSA Program: Not Just for Traditional Students

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Mar 6, 2019 11:30:00 AM

By Dr. Lorraine Lee, CPA, MSA Director and DHG Faculty Fellow for Cameron School of Business (this post originally appeared on WilmingtonBiz.com on March 1, 2019)
 
The UNCW Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) degree is one of the most popular graduate programs in the Cameron School of Business.

The MSA program not only prepares students for the CPA exam, but also instills students with a broad accounting knowledge base and solid technical abilities. The program boasts a 95-percent placement rate and cultivates a strong linkage between academic theory and the practical applications of accounting.

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Topics: accounting, student stories, MS Accountancy

How to Apply for Work-Study

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Mar 1, 2019 11:35:00 AM


by Mel Beasley, CSB Marketing Assistant

Federal work-study is a type of financial aid granted to qualifying college students that allows them to work part-time during the semester. Many departments at the University of North Carolina love opening work-study positions because it allows students the opportunity to gain relevant experience and they are flexible with individual course schedules. Work-study positions are especially valuable for eligible positions off UNCW’s campus as many nonprofit organizations can fulfill needs without dipping into their personal budgets since work-study wages are paid out by the government.  

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Topics: internships, financial aid, work study

We Are UNCW: Jay Richardson '20

Posted by UNCW on Feb 27, 2019 8:32:00 PM

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. 

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Topics: management information systems, student stories, cyber security, veterans, CCDE

Grateful for Business Community Connections

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Feb 22, 2019 10:23:00 AM

By Robert Burrus, Dean of the Cameron School of Business (this post originally appeared on WilmingtonBiz.com on February 19, 2019).

The fall of 2018 was both devastating and challenging for the city of Wilmington and the surrounding areas. However, all sectors of the Cape Fear community proved resilient in getting our economy back up and running.  As well, our students, faculty and staff returned to campus and began to piece together the remainder of a semester marked by the loss of almost a month of class days and significant campus damage. I want to commend all of you in our community for your great ability to work together!

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Topics: alumni, community, philanthropy

Featured Alumna: Corinne Walker, International MBA '15

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Feb 15, 2019 11:15:00 AM

It’s hard to imagine where you might end up after college because the constant classes and homework often make us feel like we’ll be here forever. Though you might not see it now, everything you’re doing in college at this moment is shaping you as a professional in the future. International MBA grad, Corinne Walker, is a great example of this, and we interviewed her to gain some insight on her college and career journey. Walker has a B.S. in marketing and her IMBA concentration was also in marketing. She spent time studying in Valencia, Spain, and now works as a marketing professional at a company called Geo Owl. 

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Topics: alumni, international business, International MBA, marketing, Spain

How to Write a Thesis Statement for a Scholarship Essay

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Feb 8, 2019 11:15:00 AM

By Mel Beasley, CSB Marketing Assistant

As we creep into the second month of the year, it’s time to stop procrastinating those scholarship applications. Many scholarship opportunities will close in March for the 2019 fall semester, so it’s a good time to think about those essays. It can be challenging to sit down and reflect on our personal lives as many essay prompts ask students to explore particular events or moments in their lives, but there is a formulaic method to these kinds of essays. One thing that can help you stay focused in your writing is developing a strong, focused thesis for your narrative. 

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Topics: scholarships, writing

A Closer Look: What is an International MBA?

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Feb 1, 2019 8:02:00 AM

By Mel Beasley, CSB Marketing Assistant

What kind of degree is the IMBA?

An IMBA features all the academic requirements and painstaking training of a typical MBA, but with greater focus on global business cultures and practices. This essential combination provides business professionals with a firm foundation in international leadership and acts as a strong propellant to a student’s career prospects.

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Topics: international, International MBA, MBA, study abroad

UNCW Receives $10M Gift, Largest in University History, to Establish New School

Posted by UNCW on Jan 11, 2019 9:35:00 AM

(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.

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Topics: alumni, management information systems, business analytics, supply chain management, philanthropy

Imports, Exports and Global Trade: NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional

Posted by Swain Center on Jan 9, 2019 1:10:00 PM

By Mel Beasley, CSB Marketing Assistant

Considering that most of the United States’ business is conducted outside of the country, it makes sense that there are professionals in the world dedicated to effectively conducting international business to keep our economy running smoothly.  

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Topics: global, international business, Swain Center, exports

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UNCW was established as Wilmington College in 1947. The Department of Business and Economics became the Cameron School of Business in 1979. Focused on the transformation of today’s business world from the industrial age into the information age, business education at the Cameron School of Business is focused on the technical, analytical and interpersonal skills students will need to lead this fundamental change in the business world through the 21st century.

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