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May 14, 2021


Poole College of Management Celebrates the Resilient Class of 2021

While the end of their college career was unconventional, the Poole College Class of 2021 has succeeded academically while pursuing their professional careers.


Is the ‘Apple’ juice worth the squeeze?

Poole College of Management’s assistant professor of accounting, Nathan Goldman, and lecturer, Erynn Stainback, consider the potential incremental tax revenues that Apple will generate with its 3,000 jobs.

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State of Emergency: Rob Handfield Comments on Gas Shortage in North Carolina

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, breaks down how the gas pumps will replenish and how the cybersecurity breach most likely happened from engineers’ work from home stations.  

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Poole Class of 2021 Spotlight: Kiara Richardson

The aftermath of the George Floyd riots and heightened awareness of racial injustices is when Kiara Richardson realized there wasn’t an organization to provide resources and support to Black MBA students, so she started one.

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Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Students Sweep the 2021 NC State eGames

Poole College of Management Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (TEC) Program entered five student teams to the NC State eGames. Each of the Poole College teams were finalists in their category winning over $26,000 in scholarship.

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‘Beyond, Beyond Thankful’: Meet #NCState21 Best Friends Sara and Justin

As part of the NC State graduation video series, these two best friends tell us about their rivalry-turned-friendship — and the ice cream run that started it all.

Meet Sara and Justin

Poole Podcast Episode 5: "Think and Do" Leadership with NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson and Poole College of Management Dean Frank Buckless

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Dr. Randy Woodson became North Carolina state university's 14th chancellor in April of 2010, and he leads the largest university in North Carolina with more than 34,000 students and a $1.5 billion budget. Under his leadership, the university created and implemented the pathway to the future strategic plan and advanced each of its strategic goals.


How has he done it? Let's find out as Chancellor Woodson is joined by Poole College of Management Stephen P. Zelnak Jr. Dean Frank Buckless in this insightful conversation into how NC State differentiates itself from other universities.

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