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The Positive Side Effects of Innovation

August 1, 2016

Patients battling cancer face many unknowns, including whether their treatments are working. Physicians use radioactive tracers and PET/CT imaging scans taken before and after treatment to assess how a tumor is responding – but the process has drawbacks. Patients must … Continued

Kenan-Flagler’s Steenkamp Is a Global Marketing Authority

July 7, 2016

Long before Dutch-born Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp came to America as a marketing professor, America came to him, or rather, to his parents. His mother ate tulip bulbs to survive the “Hunger Winter” of 1944-45 in Amsterdam before American and Allied forces liberated the … Continued

Undergrad Team Wins International Case Competition at Maastricht

May 20, 2016

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School won first place at the International Case Competition at Maastricht (ICC@M) April 17-23. The week-long competition challenged teams of undergraduate business students from 16 global business schools to solve … Continued

Learning the Language: From China to Carolina

April 22, 2016

Susan Hedglin (MBA ’17) first became intrigued by international relations in high school government classes. In college, she studied public policy, international affairs and Chinese. She fell in love with the language – so it came as no surprise when … Continued

Dave Hartzell: Building a Real Estate Program

June 20, 2015

At the heart of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler’s one-of-a-kind real estate program you’ll find Dave Hartzell. Hartzell has played a vital role in growing the program as a teacher, academic innovator and researcher. Hartzell is the Steven D. … Continued