(From left) Matty Shaefer, Ritwik Pavan and Christian Burke, founders of VADE, created the software to help people find available parking spots. Photo courtesy of Ritwik Pavan.

UNC student's parking company received $500k in seed funding

Ritwick Pavan is a UNC student with seven years of entrepreneurial experience. And his latest project is on the rise. 

Kenan-Flagler Business School

UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School was established in 1919 and renamed in 1991 to honor two prominent American business families and benefactors — Mary Lily Kenan Flagler and her husband, Henry Morrison Flagler.

Kenan-Flagler is consistently ranked among the best business schools in the world. Over 32,500 UNC Kenan-Flagler alumni live in more than 80 countries. The faculty are known for evidence in both research and teaching.

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DTH Photo Illustration. UNC’s oldest co-ed business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi was suspended this summer by their national board after the chapter was found to have violated the alcohol and hazing sections of the fraternity charter. 

Here's what you need to know about the aftermath of the AKPsi suspension

A five-year suspension of UNC’s chapter of the co-ed business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi came earlier this year after violations related to alcohol, hazing and disruption of an investigation by the chapter’s national body. But a new business organization named Scale and Coin has been born at UNC in the months since, drawing resources from Duke University.  At its helm are some former AKPsi members, and students who were in the process of joining the UNC chapter at the time it was suspended.

Dr. Shimul Melwani talks about how the Kenan Flagler Business School has changed over the 8 years that she has been there on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. "Students are more engaged with the world than they've ever been," Melwani says.

Happy 100th birthday, Kenan-Flagler!

MBA candidate Charlotte Burnett will always remember UNC Kenan-Flagler's Business School as a reflection of it's own core values — excellence, leadership, integrity, teamwork and community.