To all who are hurting, to our black friends, family, teammates, students, faculty, staff, mentors, colleagues and peers: we want you to know that we see you, we are listening to you, we continue to learn from you, and we stand with you and for you in solidarity and in action.
For his senior honors thesis research project, Chris Karras, BSBA ’20, was able to merge a personal interest in sports and sportswear with his interest in marketing and sustainability. We sat down with Chris to discuss his research.
As The Center for Sustainable Enterprise (CSE) concluded its 20th year, the CSE team embarked on a strategic planning process to design a plan for the next 20 years. We have refined our focus, starting with the Center’s Mission and Values.
What if…? New ideas often begin with this simple question. Then, with ideation and implementation, they become products, solutions and initiatives.
UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Net Impact Chapter will host the 7th annual MBA FoodCon: Resilience, Creativity and the Future of Food on February 12 2021 from 9:45-3:30 (virtual this year).

Recent News & Media

Meet CSE’s 3 new MBA Kenan Scholars

January 11, 2021

The Kenan Institute’s MBA Kenan Scholar program is the premiere research opportunity for Kenan-Flagler MBA students. Scholars gain real-world research experience through a year-long apprenticeship and earn course credits while working directly with world-renowned faculty researchers. More

Coming Up

Climate Change: Put Your Negotiation Skills To Work!

Thursday January 28, 2021

Tired of passively watching speakers on Zoom? Join the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Center for Sustainable Enterprise for this engaging simulation where you and a team of alumni will represent one of many stakeholders working to end climate change without negatively impacting your assigned stakeholder’s position. More


Latest Research

The Role of Stock Exchanges in ESG Intervention

December 07, 2020

Carylann Edwards, BSBA 2020, completed an independent research project facilitated by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Environment, Ecology and Energy Program and Kenan Flagler Business School’s Center for Sustainable Enterprise on the role of stock exchanges in ESG intervention and a potential path to enhanced sustainability disclosure. More