Cameron Insider Winter Edition, 2012
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Marketing Fraternity Builds More than Brands

The UNCW chapter (Delta Tau) of Pi Sigma Epsilon, a national fraternal organization for sales and marketing has contributed thousands to non-profit organizations, including donating more than $10,000 in 2010 to nonprofits in the Wilmington area. The award-winning chapter strives to better the community through fundraising and service activities and has been ranked among the top five chapters in the nation for the past five years. Photo by Laura Johnson

Cameron Alumni of the Year


Shaun Olsen and Malcomb Coley

Each year, hundreds of promising students graduate from the Cameron School of Business with hopes of doing something great.

This year, UNCW and the Cameron School honored four outstanding alumni who have made good on these hopes, asserting their ability to achieve as UNC Wilmington graduates.

Film Industry Worth Millions to Community

For many businesses in Southeastern North Carolina, the film industry may seem like an alien presence. At the Joint Economic Growth Summit sponsored by the UNCW Cameron School of Business and Coastal Carolina University in South Carolina, state film agents and filmmakers made the case that these businesses are missing both the impact and opportunities created by films shot in the state.

The IMBA Experience: One Student's Story

The international MBA provided me a rigorous and relevant curriculum at the same time giving me the opportunity to develop relationships I hope to maintain for a lifetime. UNCW's IMBA program is still young and growing, but it is these three important "R's" that give me confidence to recommend the program: rigor, relevance and relationships. Academically, the rigor of the program pushed me.