For the first time, a group of logistics students at UNT have won first place in the Intermodal Association of North America – University of North Florida case competition.
UNT's Logistics and Supply Chain Management program of the College of Business was ranked third in a new study of supply chain technology education by Software Advice, an online database providing research and reviews of software applications. UNT ranked highly due to its integration of new technology into the program.
Three teams of graduating seniors from UNT's College of Business won cash prizes April 25 (Saturday) for placing in the spring 2015 Northwestern Mutual Integrated Business Case Competition.
During the 11th Consumer Experience Symposium at the University of North Texas April 9 (Thursday), students will learn how retailers are blurring the lines between shopping online and shopping in a store for customers by including digital technology in their stores.
Richard Bowen – who is known for repeatedly warning the bank about risky behavior and the potential for losses due to fraudulent mortgage lending practices – will talk about ethical leadership in the UNT College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series on March 6.
Kip Tindell, chairman and chief executive officer of Dallas-based The Container Store, will discuss how his company has achieved success through conscious capitalism
Three teams of University of North Texas students earned cash prizes for analyzing a technology vendor for the hospitality industry in the Fall 2014 Northwestern Mutual Integrated Business Case Competition.
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.