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NC State MBA Advising

The NC State Jenkins MBA advising team works side by side with students as they journey from admittance to graduation. Learn how our team is dedicated to academic, professional, and personal success through a collaborative advising process that will assist students in achieving their goals.
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Achieving Major Goals

Poole Senior Thomas Peters overcame personal obstacles to attend NC State and become the drum major for Power Sound of the South, NC State's marching band.

Chris Hoina
The Price of an Education
“It was a fantastic experience – probably the best formal education experience that I’ve ever had,” said Chris Hoina, Jenkins MBA graduate. “Having worked for a year now outside of it, I can definitely say I was more than prepared to do the kind of work that I’m doing.”
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Greis and Nogueira Win Best Paper at AAAI Symposium
“Research by Professors Greis and Nogueira here at Poole College is expanding the horizons of both AI and manufacturing, said Sebastian Heese, interim department head and professor of operations and supply chain management.
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Poole College Celebrates Faculty Award Nominees and Recipients
The Poole College of Management honors the faculty nominees and recipients of college and university-wide awards.
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Need to Know: Leading Through a Crisis
Roger Mayer, professor of leadership, explains how business leaders can not only survive a crisis – but how companies can become stronger on the other side for the Poole Business Guide.
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Poole Students Win $5,000 in Annual Lulu eGames 

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The Lulu eGames is NC State’s annual startup competition where students compete for awards for over $100,000.


Two Poole students Beth Philemon, Jenkins MBA student, and senior Daniela Patiño placed second and third in the arts category, winning $5,000 between them both.