Conferences & Events
Upcoming Conferences & Events
Learn - connect - contribute
The Marriott School of Management at BYU is proud to present the 5th High School Business Language Competition (HSBLC). The HSBLC provides an opportunity for high school students to apply their business and language skills outside their school environment. This competition will also provide students with an opportunity to develop their presentation skills in Spanish and utilize their creative skills while developing a business plan.
Graduation and awards banquet.
In an effort to continue the dialogue around the topic of experience industries, the Department
of Recreation Management in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University (BYU) hosts an annual Experience Industry Management (EIM) Conference for academics and professionals.
Structural equation modeling seminar 2016
Past Conferences & Events
Come to The Wall for dinner, games, and karaoke!
Come enjoy pizza and bowling!
Case Competition held in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.
This registration page is used only to confirm attendee meal selections in case those have changed since the initial registration.
School of Accountancy Conference 2015
Theme: Cultivating a Culture of Contribution
This is the annual conference for Management Society chapter leaders from around the world.
In addition to presentations on chapter management and best practices, attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from outstanding keynote speakers: Ron McMillan (Crucial Conversations); Kim Cameron (Positive Leadership: Strategies for Extraordinary Performance); Jeffrey Thompson (Finding Your Calling in Life); Steve Shallenberger (The Becoming Your Best Challenge: Building a Culture that Creates Magic); Brad Agle (BYUMS Code of Ethics); and Aaron Miller (Engaging Boards and Volunteers).
The conference will provide the opportunity for board members to professionally connect, share best practices for growing their chapters, and develop leadership skills.
Annual National Advisory Council Fall Conference
Quite possibly the funnest time you've ever had in Heber in your whole life. This all-inclusive overnighter at a beautiful cabin will include golfing, ATV riding, ziplining, tons of food and snacks, a keynote given by Steve Gibson, and any other serendipitous fun that may occur along the way. Don't miss this chance to meet and get to know your fellow entrepreneurial minded students as well as various CEOs, VCs, alumni, and BYU faculty.
Dress attire is business professional
Come join us for a weekend of learning, networking and playing with your MBA classmates and their families. Starting at 4 p.m. on Friday, we'll meet at the Tanner Building for various speakers including: current BYU MBA program professor, 2004 MBA classmate, and author of The Innovator's Method, Nathan Furr. At 7 p.m., we'll head to Riverside Country Club for dinner—spouses and dates welcome. Our weekend will cap off on Saturday with a bring-your-own-picnic lunch in the park for classmates and their families at Picnic Provo Riverview Park (4620 North 300 West, 84604) . We'll socialize, play games, and hopefully enjoy some great spring weather.
If cost is at all prohibitive, please contact Jessica Johnson (information below).
Please join us Tuesday, April 14th at 11:00am for our Graduation Celebration! There will be lunch, awards, and activities!
Come celebrate another great year with the NMSA and recognize the students that have earned their Certified Nonprofit Professional credential.
Learn - connect - contribute
Come eat lunch with professionals from various nonprofits.
SIP Info Session & Celebration
Eat a hot breakfast with business executives from advisory board. Hear words of wisdom from Matthew Richardson, current advancement VP at BYU and former member of General Sunday School Presidency.
Graduation and awards banquet.
Information Session at BYU-Idaho February 2015
Information Sessions for Fall2014/Winter 2015
The MBA program will be discussed in a one-hour presentation/Q&A session. BYU MBA staff members and BYU MBA alumni will be there to answer questions.
Collaborating to Solve Social Problems
The Marriott School of Management at BYU and the University of Colorado Denver are proud to present the 4th High School Business Language Competition (HSBLC). The HSBLC provides an opportunity for high school students to apply their business and language skills outside their school environment. This competition will also provide students with an opportunity to develop their presentation skills in Spanish and utilize their creative skills while developing a business plan.
Marriott School Closing Banquet
In 1999 Joseph Pine and James Gilmore proposed experiences as the fourth economic offering after commodities, goods, and services. They suggested those organizations that were able to provide meaningful experiences to their customers would rise above the commoditized competition. In 2008, Gary Ellis and Bob Rossman built upon this experience economy concept and proposed a new industry categorization, experience industries. As they noted, “the expanding set of industries that are related to traditional park, recreation, and tourism [offerings] share a common purpose: all are fundamentally in the business of staging quality experiences that are valued by guests, participants, clients, patients, or students.”
In an effort to continue the dialogue around the topic of experience industries, the Department of Recreation Management in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University (BYU) hosts an annual Experience Industry Management (EIM) Conference for academics and professionals.
The next conference will take place March 26-27, 2015. This two-day event held on campus at BYU will bring together leading academics and professionals from a variety of disciplines and industries to collaboratively converse on all things experience related.
This year we are adding a pre-conference research retreat on March 25th at BYU’s Aspen Grove near Sundance Resort. The retreat will provide researchers interested in the study of experiences opportunities to present completed research, share research ideas, and develop collaborative projects. For the retreat we define experiences quite broadly and hope to attract a diverse array of researchers and research topics. It will be a collaborative and intimate experience with ample opportunities for meaningful interaction. Aspen Grove is a beautiful mountain retreat and interested attendees could also take advantage of night skiing after the day’s meetings at Sundance Resort just down the road.
The Whitmore Global Management Center is hosting the Marriott School’s Annual International Business Awards Dinner. We invite all those interested in pursuing an international career to join us in this unique opportunity. We will enjoy a catered dinner and be pleased to hear from Niels E. Valentir, Founder and President of VCBO Architecture, as our keynote speaker.
Service projects to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MPA program.
TEDxBYU aims to spark thought and dialogue among audience members around social innovation and what it means to build on a foundation for good. Presenters share their experiences on their journey of building their passion, purpose and creativity for good. Presenters featured are world-renowned social innovators, BYU students, faculty and alumni. Check out this years speakers at tedxbyu.com
Congratulations Graduates! Come bring your families and have some refreshments before Convocation on April 24th.
Structural equation modeling seminar 2015
Both MPA and EMPA students will be attending a four day extensive math camp training to help them refresh the basic math skills they will be using in their graduate level courses. Snacks will be provided during the day. The event is from 9 AM- 4 PM each day with a 1 hour break for lunch from 12 PM - 1 PM.
Put Come join our SOA Spouse Association (SOASA) Opening Social to find out about the SOASA, future events, and mingle while eating a delicious dinner.
NAC & MSM Faculty Dinner
Come re-connect with classmates, build new relationships, and learn from amazing speakers, professors, and fellow alum.
Peery Film Festival
The program will include several research presentation sessions in which participants (especially doctoral students and new faculty) will present papers or proposals for research.
In each session we will encourage and allocate sufficient time for constructive audience participation and feedback. In addition, we are planning panel discussions, keynote speakers, and optional activities such as attendance at a BYU home football game.
Friday November 13, 2015 * Advisory Board Meeting and Alumnus of the Year Luncheon
Pre-management students explore Marriott School programs and receive mentoring on professional development.