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UNCW Ranked 8th in Nation for Online Bachelor’s Programs

Jan. 15: The University of North Carolina Wilmington has been ranked 8th in the nation on the U.S. News & World Report list of "2019 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs," the university announced today. 

The national recognition comes on the heels of UNCW’s recent elevation to the designation of "Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity" institution in the newly released Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. 

"This new ranking reflects UNCW’s continued commitment to providing an affordable, high-quality education, not only for traditional students but also working professionals, military-affiliated students and others who seek the convenience and accessibility of online degree programs," said Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli. "UNCW continues to emphasize excellence in developing programs and modes of delivery to meet the diverse needs of our students."

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Now Hiring Work Study Position: Social Media Assistant

Social Media Assistant: Now HiringJan. 15: Are you a UNCW junior, senior or master's student with a federal work study award? Are you adept at running social media channels including strategy and analytics? Apply for our new work study position! Hiring immediately. Apply on UNCW's Handshake site.

UNCW Recognized on "Fast Money"

UNCW on set of Fast MoneyDec. 20: On December 18, students, faculty and staff members from the Cameron School of Business attended a taping of CNBC' show "Fast Money" in Times Square during their networking trip to NYC. The annual trip is designed to bring ecomonics, finance, marketing and international business students to the city to meet with potential employers as well as network with local CSB alumni. International MBA students also have the option to join the trip.

Watch the CNBC clip to hear Guy Adami recognize the UNCW community on-set at the 30 second mark.

Christmas Comes Early for Savarino

Agustin SavarinoDec. 13: Senior men's tennis standout Agustin Savarino visits the heart of Wall Street this weekend to get a first-hand look at what his future might hold during a special trip sponsored by UNCW's Cameron School of Business.

Savarino, from Mar Del Plata, Argentina, was selected as recipient of the Lorrie Joseph Open A Door Travel Scholarship. The award is given annually by alumni working on Wall Street as part of the Cameron School of Business New York Experience class.

While in the Big Apple, Savarino will have an opportunity to tour the bustling financial district, network with a Wall Street executive and make a site visit to a Wall Street recruiting firm for a mock interview and resume review.

Savarino is a double major in Accounting and Finance and will graduate in May, 2019.

"I was very happy when I heard the news," said Savarino. "I've never been to New York and it will be a great opportunity to visit the city and see the heart of the financial institutions. I want to learn as much as possible and network with successful professionals and learn from them.

"I'd like to thank Dr. (Nivine) Richie and Dr. (William) Sackley from the Cameron School of Business for their guidance in the process. I also want to thank Derek Bomar and Bren Hall, who were my mentors and helped me very much. It's been wonderful, too, to have the support of my coaching staff."

On the tennis court, Savarino has played a key role on two Colonial Athletic Association championship teams for the Seahawks. Earlier this fall, he reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Regionals in Cary, N.C., and advanced to the main draw of the F30 Future Bluewater Bay Men's Pro Circuit Championships in Niceville, Fla.

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

David and Helen Congdon and Chancellor SartarelliDec. 6: The University of North Carolina Wilmington has 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.

"Generous and innovative philanthropic leaders like the Congdons help the university address the most pressing needs of the region, building workforce expertise and benefiting local industries,” said Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli. “We are confident that this commitment will serve as a catalyst to inspire other donors who want to transform the lives of students and help us engage faculty, alumni and the community to expand, explore, and address the issues important to our region."

David Congdon graduated from UNCW in 1978 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and was named the 2008 Cameron School of Business Alumnus of the Year. He has spent his entire career, which began when he was a teenager and continued after graduation, with Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. The company was founded in Richmond, Va., in 1934 by his grandparents. Its headquarters was relocated to High Point, NC, in the early '60s where the Congdon family has resided since. David’s experience has included dockworker, truck driver, mechanic, industrial engineer and various executive positions leading up to his promotion to the role of President and Chief Operating officer from 1997-2015. He was named CEO in 2008 and currently acts as Executive Chairman of the Board. Congdon has been recognized in the Triad and by Fortune magazine for his business and community leadership, and he serves on a number of community and industry boards.

Read the full story on UNCW's website.

CSB Earns Top Spots in Rankings

The Best Master's Degrees Most Affordable Online Executive MBANov. 28:  The UNCW Cameron School of Business is proud to announce that it has been ranked third on the list of 10 Best Colleges for Business Majors in North Carolina for 2018 by Zippia, as well as fifth on The Best Master’s Degrees’ Top 30 Affordable Executive MBA Online with Specializations 2019 list.

Zippia –  a website dedicated to helping people find and pursue the right career – ranked schools based on career results (mean earnings and ratio of people working), business emphasis (percentage of graduating class that are business majors) and school performance (admissions rate, graduation rate, overall cost of attendance and median amount of debt).

The Best Master’s Degrees, whose mission is to help prospective graduate students make informed decisions about what kind of degree to pursue and where to study, reviewed over 200 colleges and universities listed by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) College Navigator that offered at least one online executive MBA with a specialization option. They narrowed their selection by accreditation, graduate tuition/fees of less than $17,000 per year, and the school or program ranking in a major publication. CSB’s Online Executive MBA specialization in healthcare management is featured in the ranking, but business analytics, finance and international business are also available specializations.

CSB Named a "Best" Business School by The Princeton Review

Nov. 16: Cameron School of Business is an outstanding business school, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company profiles the school in its 2019 annual business school rankings.

According to Robert Franek, Princeton Review Editor-in-Chief, "We recommend Cameron School of Business as one of the best to earn an MBA. We chose the 252 on-campus MBA programs schools on this list based on our high regard for their academics and our assessment of institutional data we collect from the schools. We also solicited and greatly respect the opinions of 18,400 students attending these schools who reported on their experiences at their schools on our 80-question student survey."

The Princeton Review's on-campus MBA survey asked students at the 252 b-schools about their school's academics, student body, and campus life as well as about themselves and their career plans. The student surveys that were used for this edition were conducted in the 2015-16, 2016-17, and 2017-18 academic years.

The Princeton Review’s business school profiles have sections on academics, student life, admissions information and graduates' employment data. In the profile on Cameron School of Business, some of the comments from students include, “Professors of UNCW exhibit strong, experienced leadership in preparing, teaching, and guiding students through the business program” and “MBA candidates at UNCW are generally ‘hard-working, funny, and willing to support and help others.’”

The profiles also have five categories of ratings that The Princeton Review tallies based on institutional data it collected during the 2017-18 academic year and/or its on-campus MBA student survey. The ratings are scores on a scale of 60 to 99. Rating categories are: Academic Experience, Admissions Selectivity, Career, Professors Interesting, and Professors Accessible. Among the ratings in the Cameron School of Business profile are scores of 93 for Professors Accessible and 92 for Professors Interesting.

Dr. Tom Janicki Receives EDSIG Fellow Recognition

Dr. Tom JanickiNov. 14: Last week at the ISCAP (Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals) Conference in Norfolk, Dr. Tom Janicki of Cameron School's BAISSC department received the EDSIG Fellow Recognition, a lifetime achievement award for service to the IS Academic Community. Each year, Fellows are inducted in honor of their sustained, long-term, meaningful and effective support of AITP-EDSIG in its ongoing mission to improve IS Education, mentor IS students, and foster the careers of IS faculty.

Congratulations, Dr. Janicki!

UNCW Named 5th Best Online College in North Carolina

October 19: The University of North Carolina Wilmington is ranked 5th on 2019's list of the Best Online Colleges in North Carolina, according to the website Guide to Online Schools. Colleges were ranked according to affordability and potential for salary-based earnings. The listing highlights 20 online programs offered by UNCW, including the Master of Science in Clinical Research, the Executive M.B.A. and the Doctor of Nursing Practice.

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UNCW Center for Cyber Defense Education Earns National Designation

NSA LogoSeptember 6: UNCW Center for Cyber Defense Education has earned the official designation of a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education for the B. S. In Information Technology with Cyber Security Minor undergraduate degree path through academic year 2023. This designation is given by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Prospective schools are designated after meeting stringent criteria, and may elect to specialize in several possible focus areas. CAE-CD institutions receive formal recognition from the U.S. Government for participating in the program. The center’s director, Dr. Ulku Clark, will attend the official designation ceremony in Miami, Florida on November 7 as a part of the annual NICE Conference and Expo.