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.
A new dual degree program with the University of North Texas College of Business and Burgundy School of Business in France will begin for undergraduate students in 2015.
Joy Rothschild, chief human resources officer for Dallas-based Omni Hotels & Resorts, and Jon Hunter, the company's vice president of operations and hotel services, will speak at UNT for the Executive in Residence Lecture Series presented by UNT's Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Longtime restrictions on airlines flying out of Dallas Love Field will be lifted Oct. 13 as the Wright Amendment ends. How will that affect travelers? What kind of competition will travelers see between airlines? Steve Joiner, lecturer of logistics in the UNT College of Business who leads UNT's aviation logistics program, and David Strutton, professor of marketing in the UNT College of Business, are available to comment on the upcoming changes.
The University of North Texas was ranked No. 24 for its Master of Business Administration degree program in logistics in Gartner's list of the Top U.S. Supply Chain Graduate University Programs.
Three UNT College of Business students won the Intermodal Association of North America's fourth annual Intermodal Challenge at the 2014 Intermodal EXPO this September in Long Beach, California, making it the second year in a row that UNT students took top honors in the competition.
Professorship, endowed by alumnus Byron Baird ('78 M.B.A.) and his wife, Marilyn, honors Henry Hays' 42 years of service to UNT business education.
Leaders in business will speak about careers, leadership skills and industry issues in the UNT College of Business' Distinguished Speaker Series, beginning this month with a lecture from Jim Skinner, executive vice president, chief operating officer and chief financial officer of Neiman Marcus Group.