Senior commercial executive David Schmoock will join the NCCU School of Business faculty as its first executive-in-residence. Schmoock has 20 years of experience in the technology sector leading global teams.
For business graduate Dion Brinson, receiving his degree is a testament to the importance of persevering in the midst of adversity.
NCCU formally broke ground June 30, 2021, on a 76,608-square-foot School of Business building that will double as a visually striking gateway to the university campus.
NCCU School of Business students earned first place in the Student Ambassador Stock Market Competition sponsored by the Society for Financial Education & Professional Development Inc.
Cisco is extending its decade-long support of technology education at NCCU School of Business by helping to develop a new cybersecurity certificate program for the university.
The School of Business, along with its corporate partner, Dell, have developed a career closet to support the needs of business students.
NCCU Business faculty, staff, students, alumni, administration and corporate partners recently celebrated the launch of a cybersecurity lab on campus.
NCCU's School of Business will launch a lab to expand the pipeline of minority entrepreneurs thanks to a four-year, $400,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
The Beta Gama Sigma academic honor society at NCCU School of Business has received the Highest Honors chapter award for 2019-2020 from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
NCCU School of Business has appointed Po-Ju Chen, Ph.D., as the Michael P. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Business and chair of the Hospitality and Tourism Administration program.