33rd Annual Business Week

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The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Cameron School of Business held its 33rd annual Business Week with key events on March 24 & 25. Designed to help prepare Cameron School of Business students for the realities of the business world, this year’s program featured more than 100 sessions with prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in the areas of business, marketing, entrepreneurship, information technology and more.

Friday Conclusion:

Annual Student / Faculty & Staff Softball Game
Noon - Recreation Field



Business Week - Annual Student versus Faculty/Staff Softball Game

Recreation Field - Noon


Holiday Break

No Classes


Volunteer Tax Assistance

CH 122 - 1 to 4 p.m.



Burney Center - 6 p.m.


WITX 2015

CIS Building - 1:30 to 7:00 p.m.


Entrepreneur Banguet

Madeline Suite - 6 p.m.

Dr. Adam Jones Named Regional Economist

Adam Jones The Swain Center is pleased to announce Dr. Adam Jones has been selected for the position of Regional Economist. Dr. Jones will be replacing retiring Senior Economist Dr. Woody Hall. Adam will work with Woody over the balance of the spring semester and officially assume his duties July 2015.

Prior to pursing his PhD in economics, Dr. Jones was the Director of Economic Development with the Covington/Newton County Chamber of Commerce in Covington, GA. His responsibilities included business recruitment, retention and expansion of existing businesses and public policy development. While attending graduate school at the University of Georgia, Dr. Jones assisted the Carl Vinson Institute of Government with various economic impact studies and other economic development policy consultation projects.

2015 CSB Alumni of the Year recognized during Business Week 2015

Hugh CaisonVaughn ReynoldsShaun Olsen

Three Cameron Alumni were recognized during Business Week 2015. Hugh Caison (85), President and CEO of Caison Enterprises, Vaughn Reynolds (97 and 98), Client Manager for Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Shaun Olsen (02), CEO of CloudWyze were honored. Each recepient shared their personal keys to success and the impact of a UNCW/CSB education..

CSB Accounting Students Offering Free Assistance to Qualified Area Taxpayers

Vita Logo Students majoring in Accountancy are participating in the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA). This program offers free tax preparation assistance for taxpayers with an income of $53,000 and below.

The public will have access to volunteers trained and tested in current tax laws as well as access to free federal and state tax return software. The last date is: April 10, 1 to 4 p.m. The location for all sessions is Cameron Hall 122. More information...

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