Swain Center Reaches Out To Business Community
With several successful business development programs underway, the Swain Center for Business and Economic Services is focused on enhancing program and consulting offerings.
Between faculty in the Cameron School of Business, the Cameron Executive Network and other affiliated professors, the center has a wealth of solid business experience available to businesses in the region. It also has an interest in providing complimentary programs for students and youth.
New McNeill Professorship to Focus On Business and Healthcare
The largest outright philanthropic gift in UNCW history includes a new distinguished professorship for the Cameron School of Business.
Earlier this year, brothers John A. "Sandy" McNeill Jr. and Ronald B. "Ronnie" McNeill and their wives, Deborah S. McNeill and Cynthia J. "Cyndi" McNeill, respectively, created an historic endowment to benefit the university's nursing and business schools. The nursing building on campus was named McNeill Hall in the family's honor.
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Princeton Review Recognizes Cameron's MBA Program
The Princeton Review has once again recommended UNCW Cameron School of Business as one of the best institutions in the nation to attend to pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.
The professional MBA program is listed in the 2012 edition of The Princeton Review's "Best 294 Business Schools." It has been included six times in previous years.
CSB celebrates 30 years of Business Week
The Cameron School of Business will observe the 30th anniversary of Business Week March 27-28.
Designed to prepare CSB students for the realities of the business world, this two-day event includes presentations by representatives of public and private sectors on a variety of topics. They offer students insights into different careers and the realities of the business world.
ATMC Partnership Mutually Beneficial
Nearly 60 years ago, Atlantic Telephone Membership Cooperative (ATMC) was formed to provide a service to the residents of rural Brunswick County. As the county grew and technology advanced, ATMC expanded from telephone service to high speed Internet and cable television. That growth required skilled professionals, which ATMC looked to the University of North Carolina Wilmington to supple.
UNC Wilmington Students Connect to Employers Through New Exam
The University of North Carolina Wilmington's Cameron School of Business takes great pride in its ability to offer talented students opportunities to connect with potential employers. One new tool in the school's arsenal is a standardized exam aimed at matching new graduates and young professionals with businesses around the globe. More...