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Join us for this exclusive opportunity to get the inside scoop on the research experience and honors thesis process from those who've done it already--program alumni.  Scholar exclusive event.

Scholar alumni are welcome to join this virtual meetup to learn about the latest activities of the program, connect with each other, and future engagement opportunities. Alumni exclusive event.

Please join us Wednesday, November 15 to welcome the class of 2026 Luther Hodges Scholars.

Our 2023 Frontiers of Business Conference will convene corporate executives, top researchers and policy leaders to share objective, evidence-based solutions for navigating the precarious road toward a labor market equilibrium.

Everyone knows networking is important, but not everyone knows how to do it All student registrants for the Kenan Institute’s Frontiers of Business Conference, invited to attend this exclusive session to explore how best to maximize your experience.

Join us via Zoom at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 6, to learn how the Class of 2025 worked collaboratively with professionals to use their business skills to change the world for the better!

Kenan Institute Distinguished Fellow Angelica Leigh is an assistant professor of management and organizations at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. She received her Ph.D. in organizational behavior from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. Dr. Leigh’s research centers on race in organizations.

Kenan Institute Distinguished Fellow Tara Watson is a professor of Economics at Williams College, where she has been on the faculty since 2004. She is also the director of the Center on Children and Families at the Brookings Institution.

Are you a prospective business major/minor in the Class of 2026 or 2027? Join us for this info session if you are interested in applying to the Luther Hodges Scholars Program.

Kenan Institute Distinguished Fellow Thomas Stith will participate with the Luther Hodges Scholars Program in a fireside chat. This exclusive scholar event will take place August 23 as part of his Distinguished Fellow visit to the Kenan Institute and UNC.

The 16th annual Kenan Institute Student awards will honor outstanding students who excel in the areas of leadership, research, policy impact and service.

Students from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, in partnership with UNC's Program for Public Discourse, will gather to address the opportunities and risks of an environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG)-centered approach to financial decision-making.