UNCW’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will host a breakfast event with leaders from five of the region’s largest companies to discuss their needs and the common challenges they face at 7:30 a.m. on April 24. The Big 5 Employers: Pains That Keep Us Up at Night will create an opportunity for innovators to learn about the solutions large local employers and industries currently need.
Cameron School of Business Outstanding Graduates
The Administration, Faculty, and Staff of the Cameron School of Business wish to congratulate our outstanding graduates for their exceptional academic achievements: April Abreu (ACG), Cameron Visser (ECN), Hector Martin Bernabeu (FIN), Dustin M. Clark (MGT), Victorian C. Keaton (EBD), Sarah K. Tegen (HR), Chase Thompson (MKT), Kezban Oezalp (INB), Anthony Harris (MIS), Morgan Muojo (OPS), Scott Russo (MBA), Uchechukwu Iheadindu (MSCSIS). We also wish to congratulate the recipients of the E. M. West Award for Academic Achievement, Esther Shinn, and the Master of Business Administration Outstanding Academic Achievement award, Scott Russo. Congratulations to these outstanding graduates.
Beta Gamma Sigma Induction Ceremony
UNCW's chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honor society for business students, inducted nearly 50 new members during the annual induction ceremony that occured on Friday, April 11th. Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest academic honor the Cameron School of Business can bestow upon its students and is limited to the top 20% of graduate students, the top 10% of seniors, and the top 10% of second-semester juniors, based on academic standing. Susan Chandler Webb, the 2014 UNCW Young Alumna of the Year, was this year's guest speaker. Congratulations to all the new members!
Congratulations to the WITX Student Exhibit Winners
The faculty and staff of both the ISOM and CS departments wish to congratulate the winners of the WITX Student Exhibit competition. As part of the competition this year, 3 representatives from our sponsor, Castle Branch, judged the student exhibits. Nathan Cate, Sean Saunders, and Erik Willis won first place for their "The Rift Rover" exhibit, followed by Rich Mautz and Callie Toothman in second place for their "eyeGames: A Demonstration of eye-tracking technology" exhibit. Congratulations to all of our WITX student exhibiters for their participation and hard work.
Wilmington Information Technology eXchange (WITX) and Conference
The Cameron School of Business held its 11th Annual Wilmington Information Technology eXchange (WITX) and Conference on Tuesday, April 8th from 2 to 7 p.m. in the Computer Information Systems Building of UNCW. During this year's conference, the committee members honored Dean Larry Clark for his years of support of the WITX conference.
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6:00 p.m. - Madeline Suite
Business Plan Competition
12:00 p.m. - Madeline Suite
Cameron School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This accreditation places Cameron in the top 30% of business education programs.