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
Photo: Professor Adam Jones speaks at the annual Wilmington Regional Economic Scorecard at the Wilmington Convention Center. (Photo by Christina Haley O'Neal)The original photo comes from http://www.wilmingtonbiz.com/more_news/2019/12/03/economist_highlights_regional_growth_opportunities_at_annual_wilmington_scorecard/19715.
Curious about the health of the job market in Wilmington?
Professor and Economics & Finance Department Chair, Adam Jones, shines light on the pattern of the the growing job market in the Wilmington area. Finding your edge in the business world can be a challenging task, but analytics may give you the guidance you need.
The Cameron School of Business is pleased to announce that Dr. Nivine Richie has accepted the position of Associate Dean of Graduate Programs in the CSB. Dr. Richie, Ph.D., CFA has most recently served as the Chair of the Department of Economics & Finance and Professor of Finance. She will begin her new appointment on July 1st, 2019.
(Photo: MBA students meet with Wrightsville Beach Brewery for their Learning Alliance course)
UNCW’s Professional MBA (PMBA)program, offered by the Cameron School of Business, provides a valuable asset to Wilmington employers in business, government and not-for-profit sectors.
As with most successful enterprises, the key ingredient to the program’s success begins with the people who participate in the program – both faculty and students.
Guest Blogger: Dr. Christopher Sibona, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Cameron School of Business, and is based on his 2014 research published in the International Journal of Business Environment. Find out more about his research here.Raise your hand if you’ve ever been offended by someone “unfriending” you online (we won’t tell).
We know that social networking sites are prevalent. They give people the ability to connect with each other and create and share content. They also present the opportunity for a new way to disconnect.
This employee profile is from UNCW’s ‘We Are UNCW’ series and was posted on March 20, 2018.
After 21 years primarily in photography sales on the Las Vegas Strip, Mark Pelletier decided it was time for a change.
“I was doing sales and sales management for a long time; in fact, I’d kind of done it all sales-wise,” he said with a chuckle. “I got into academia late. I went back to school to get my marketing degree, and I just fell in love with it.”
This employee profile is from UNCW’s ‘We Are UNCW’ series and was posted on January 30, 2018.
Christopher Sibona, assistant professor of information systems, has a lot of experience with “unfriending,” a social media phenomenon he has studied since 2010.
Editor's note: This faculty profile is from UNCW’s ‘We Are UNCW’ series and was posted on September 5, but has been updated for accuracy.
When Stephen Harper officially retired at the end of the spring 2018 semester, his career at UNCW spanned six chancellors, four deans and more than 40 years of teaching students the finer points of business and entrepreneurship. Coincidentally, Harper, the Duke Energy/Betty Cameron Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Cameron School of Business, celebrated his 70th birthday just two months after UNCW observed the 70th anniversary of the date it first opened its doors, Sept. 4, 1947.
Guest Blogger: Dr. Pete Schuhmann, Professor of Economics, Cameron School of Business
In May 2017, Dr. Schuhmann and two other colleagues completed an economic report on the effect of degradation of coastal and marine resources on Barbados tourism. The information below is from the summary of their report. Click here access the full report.