Planning a Virtual Event: Q&A with Julie Fleming
In the following Q & A, Julie Fleming, Director of Advising and Student Affairs, goes into more detail about how this Raleigh Residency was different from previous years, the challenges she has faced implementing this event, and how she prepared students and professors for the shift to virtual.
Student, father, husband: Tips for Balancing Priorities in a MBA program
Deciding to pursue an MBA in the Jenkins program is a very crucial decision. The key to achieving success is through a healthy work-life balance. Given that some students have a family and go to school full time, it is […]
Leading the Pack: Russell Thornton
Russell Thornton is a 2018 Jenkins MBA alumnus. Thornton is now senior corporate council for Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions. He says that, one key element to his student experience was the opportunity to complete dual degree program with Campbell law school.
On the Hunt
MBA students continue to make career moves - even during a pandemic
Prior Product Innovation Lab Showcase Winners: Where are they now?
Former students agree the Product Innovation Lab offers a unique experience working in a cross-disciplinary team through which they developed skills they’re using in their professional lives today.
Leading the Pack: Kaitlyn Pennington
Kaitlyn Pennington, a 2017 Jenkins MBA alumna and a senior analyst for supply chain insights at the American Red Cross, gives advice to future students and goes into detail on how her degree helped prepare her for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mom of Twins Juggles Career, Family and MBA
NaKeshia Melvin wears a lot of hats: career woman, mother, wife, and student.
How the TEC Program Brings Business Startups to Life
The Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (TEC) Certificate Program hosted its annual Spring Startup Presentation event via Zoom with student groups presenting their semester projects.
MBA Advising: Dedicated to Student’s Success
Learn how our team is dedicated to your academic, professional, and personal success.
The Price of an Education
Establishing goals and discipline are two of the keys that helped NC State alum, Chris Hoina, pay off $40K in student loan debt in just 10 months.