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June 10, 2022


BAI Hosts Inaugural Business Analytics Roundtable

Featuring thought leaders from academia, firms and organizations working on state-of-the-art analytics, the roundtable gave leaders the opportunity to share how they are tapping into the transformational power of data.


SECU’s Chief Culture Officer Emma Hayes ‘97, ‘13 Bridges Passion and Purpose

As a two-time graduate of NC State – having earned a bachelor’s in business management from Poole College of Management in 1997 and a master’s of education in training and development from the College of Education in 2013 – Emma Hayes recognizes the important role the university has played in her career.

Meet Emma Hayes
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Constantino Gift Honors and Supports Poole Faculty

Lori and Mike Constantino endowed the Poole Enrichment Fund when their Day of Giving Challenge was met.

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Sweet Dreams

Current MBA student Sarah Millsaps, is opening up Bright Spot Donuts in her hometown of Raleigh, while balancing a full-time course load and summer internship at NetApp.

Meet Sarah Millsaps
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Pieter Verhallen Guides 2 High School Students to NCSAS Competition Win

Pieter Verhallen mentored two Cary high school students for two months to prepare for the North Carolina Student Academy of Science (NCSAS) competition.

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Jenkins MAC Program Embraces DEI Efforts – and Students are Taking Note

The Jenkins MAC Program team believes it is critical for each student to envision their place in the accounting program. Their DEI efforts strive to demonstrate the challenges they will face and how others have achieved success.

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Poole Podcast Season 2, Episode 5: Leadership in a Post-COVID World

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Bradley Kirkman and Donald Thompson discuss the future of work through the lens of emotional intelligence, generational differences in leadership, and diversity in the C-suite.


Donald Thompson is an executive coach, CEO of The Diversity Movement, and host of the Donald Thompson Podcast. Bradley L. Kirkman is the General (Ret.) H. Hugh Shelton Distinguished Professor of Leadership in the Poole College of Management at NC State University.


Running the Risk: What it Takes to be a Chief Risk Officer (CRO)


Whether it’s protecting the organization’s reputation after an onslaught of customer complaints, or navigating disruptions due to semiconductor shortages, an organization relies on the leadership of its Chief Risk Officer (CRO) to weather the storms.

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