UNC Business & Administration
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Bubba Cunningham Thanks UNC Fans For NIL Support of Tar Heel Student-Athletes
Dear Carolina Fans and Supporters, It has been quite a Fall! As we prepare to cheer on our football program in this weekend's ACC Championship game and our women's soccer team in the College Cup – while continuing to celebrate our field hockey program's undefeated season and 10th national title – we want thank you for your support. (GoHeels.com
Video: Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz Discusses UNC Sports & More
In this edition of the Inside Carolina Forty Club podcast, University of North Carolina Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz joins Tommy Ashley and Joey Powell for a discussion of his work in the medical field, all things Tar Heels sports, and beyond.
In uncertain college football landscape, the future is now for UNC and the ACC
The text message conversation began the afternoon of June 30. They were not merely fans, though, but two of the most powerful figures in the ACC, leaders with an ability to shape the future of the conference and college sports. "I just heard USC and UCLA may announce today they are joining the Big Ten," Bubba Cunningham texted to Kevin Guskiewicz. (MSN.com
Video: Bubba Cunningham joins "ACC PM" show on ACC Network
University of North Carolina athletics director Bubba Cunningham joined Mark Packer, Tre Boston
, and Taylor Tannebaum on the ACC Network's "ACC PM" show on Friday afternoon to discuss the Tar Heels' season-opening game against Florida A&M, facilities improvements, the landscape of college athletics, and more.
Video: Carolina Insider - Interview with Bubba CunninghamJones Angell
of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of GoHeels.com are joined by their honorary co-host and UNC Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham to talk about the excitement surrounding the new year, an update on NIL, conference realignment, and more.
UNC Announces Creation of NIL Marketplace With INFLCR
UNC is continuing to make its mark in the evolving landscape of Name, Image, and Likeness. On Monday, UNC announced that they are expanding their partnership with content platform INFLCR and are creating the Carolina NIL Exchange, an online marketplace that will connect Tar Heel student-athletes with local, national, and global businesses. (Inside Carolina
New Heels4Life Executive Director Graham Boone Aims To Extend NIL Reach, Opportunities
Dynamic sports agent and partnerships leader Graham Boone has been named new Executive Director of Heels4Life, the independent, not-for-profit organization that facilitates Name, Image, and Likeness opportunities for Carolina Football players. Boone, a UNC graduate and Morehead-Cain Scholar, served as an NBA player agent for nearly a decade. (GoHeels.com
Carolina NIL Exchange To Connect Student-Athletes And Businesses
The UNC Department of Athletics and INFLCR have teamed up to create the Carolina NIL Exchange, an online marketplace that will connect Tar Heel student-athletes with businesses interested in partnering in Name, Image, and Likeness opportunities. UNC will kick off its NIL Exchange program with an in-person, two-hour reception on Monday, August 22. (GoHeels.com
UNC reaches settlement agreement with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has reached a settlement agreement with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones
that resolves what UNC officials call "potential legal action" arising from her halted application for a tenured position at the university. Hannah-Jones announced last summer that she was rejecting a job offer from North Carolina. (WUNC
‘Optimistic’ Kevin Guskiewicz Discusses UNC and Conference Realignment
Experts see either budding superconference as a logical fit for North Carolina, but UNC chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz said that all of the talk right now is speculation. "I’m committed, Bubba Cunningham is committed to maintaining a strong ACC presence. And they’re doing everything possible to improve our contract so that we can remain competitive." (Chapelboro.com