For the second year in a row, a team of UNT students is one of three finalist teams in the National Retail Federation Foundation Student Challenge. Each student received a $2,500 travel stipend to attend the Big Show, the NRF's annual conference.
Ashley Nudge, a sophomore merchandising and digital retailing major, is one of five college and university students in the U.S. to be chosen as a finalist for the National Retail Federation's Next Generation Scholarship.
The first group of graduates from the UNT College of Business' new Professional Selling Program — a selective program that works with industry partners to give students the experience they need to soar in a business-to-business sales career will graduate from the program this December. Many have been offered full-time jobs in sales, while some are pursuing graduate school.
Economics students partner with community soup kitchen to create meal forecasting system
The GoMeanGreen team outperformed teams from 96 colleges and universities, growing its portfolio by 213 percent and a final portfolio value of $1,565,175 in four weeks of trading.
Jane Gilday, managing director of Dallas-based investment firm Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney and Strauss, will discuss her career, leadership skills and industry issues in the UNT College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series.
Ten executives in the growing field of digital retailing have been named to the inaugural Think Tank for the University of North Texas' Global Digital Retailing Research Center.
Amir Windom will speak on "Moving from Success to Significance,"
Jamie Nordstrom, great-grandson of the founder of Nordstrom, Inc., who began his career with the Seattle-based retailer by working in the stockroom of the Bellevue, Washington, store, will visit UNT Nov. 11 (Tuesday) for the 2014-15 Executive + Scholar Lecture Series.
A new Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory in the UNT College of Business allows students and faculty members to partner with logistics companies to engage in applied research that could help companies more efficiently manage the distribution of goods and services and cut costs.