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Cameron Insider 2017

Cameron Insider CoverOct. 11: Want to learn the latest and greatest about Cameron School of Business? Check out the newest edition of the Cameron Insider Magazine now!

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Cameron Business School hosts Economic Outlook Conference

Outlook Conference 2017Oct. 5: CSB's very own Swain Center coordinated this event for local organizations and shareholders to hear from economy experts about growth and development. Economists and community members shared their insights of the transportation industry on the Cape Fear region.

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Dr. Janicki Recognized with J. Marshall Crews Distinguished Faculty Award

Dr. Tom JanickiSept. 6: Dr. Tom Janicki, Prof. of Management Information Systems, has been chosen as the winner of the Alumni Association's 2017 J. Marshall Crews Distinguished Faculty Award.

This award, named for Dr. J. Marshall Crews, honors a faculty member who exhibits the qualities of service and leadership that Dr. Crews personified throughout his life. During his 33 year career at Wilmington College and UNCW, Dr. Crews held the following positions; Mathematics Professor, Registrar, Academic Dean, Director of Admissions and Dean of Students. Additionally, Crews is the author of From These Beginnings, a history of Wilmington College from 1947 to 1969. Dr. Crew passed away in April 2010. This award is based on the following criteria:

  • Service
  • Student Support Effort
  • Leadership Roles
  • Community Service and Outreach Efforts

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CSB Professor Honored with Teaching Award

Dr. Pete SchuhmannSept. 5: A professor in the Cameron School of Business at University of North Carolina Wilmington has been recognized as among the UNC system’s top faculty members by the UNC Board of Governors. On Tuesday, Peter W. Schuhmann was named among the 17 recipients of the system’s annual Awards for Excellence in Teaching. Schuhmann is on the faculty of the Department of Economics and Finance.

Established by the Board of Governors in 1994 to underscore the importance of teaching and to reward good teaching, the awards are given each year to a tenured faculty member from each UNC campus. Winners must have taught at their present institutions at least seven years. No one may receive the award more than once.


SBTDC Welcomes New Regional Director

Heather McWhorterUNCW's Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) welcomes Heather McWhorter as Regional Director. McWhorter was hired to replace Fran Scarlett, the previous director, who left the position in November after about seven years. "The SBTDC performs a very important function in our community in providing business consulting to small- and medium-sized businesses and Heather has a wealth of knowledge and background helping small businesses," said Dean Robert Burrus, of UNCW's Cameron School of Business. "We believe that [her] experience is going to pay off very nicely in our community."


NEW CSB Mobile App!

Home screen - CSB Mobile AppCSB is proud to announce its partnership with AppyCity for a special CSB mobile app. This tool will help current students and alumni stay on top of CSB-related events, get push notification reminders for the topics that are most important to them (campus events, new job and internship opportunities, departmental news, etc.), easily access contacts and essential info for each department, and have all of CSB's social media channels in one place. Download for free on Apple App Store or Google Play!

New Graduate Programs Announced!

Slated to begin fall semester of 2018, the M.S. Business Analytics and M.S. in Finance & Investment Management are designed to produce professionals with strong analytical skills to help meet the needs of the finance and analytics fields. These programs will train students to apply advanced methods and skills to realistic investment and business analytics problems. Read more here.

Interested in staying in the loop about these two new programs? Let us know!



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