An article featuring the UNC Pembroke School of Business’ Passport to Professional Success Program was recently featured in an online publication for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
The article is featured in AACSB Insights, formerly known as BizEd. The goal of the Passport Program is to enable business and accounting students to become more professional in the way they interact with their colleagues, employers and other professionals in their field.
The article can be viewed here.
The article originated from a paper authored by School of Business faculty and administrators that won best paper at the Chicago NAMS Conference in 2020. The authors are Keondra Mitchell, director of the Passport Program; Christine Bell, director of the MBA program; and William “Rick” Crandall is a professor of management at the School of Business.