Marriott School News
Cleanliness IS next to godliness: new research shows clean smells unconsciously promote moral behavior
Monday Oct 26 2009
People are unconsciously fairer and more generous when they are in clean-smelling environments, according to a soon-to-be published study led by a Brigham Young University professor.
Marriott School Ranked Most Family Friendly — Again
Family, Faculty Important Factors for Students Wednesday Oct 14 2009
The Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management was ranked the most family friendly business school in the United States, according to The Princeton Review's "The Best 301 Business Schools," which hit the shelves last week. The Marriott School was also ranked third for most competitive students and fifth for best professors.
Student Entrepreneurs Show Off Businesses at Competition
Wednesday Oct 07 2009
Students at Brigham Young University are out to prove there's no need to wait until after graduation to get a big idea off the ground. Many of them had a chance to demonstrate how they're turning ideas into reality at the 2009 Student Entrepreneur of the Year Competition.
From Pickles and Power Supplies to Hard Drives and Hosiery
Professor Creates Index to Identify Industry Relationships Wednesday Sep 30 2009
If online dating sites can successfully match up two people that have never met, why can't the same concept be used to make matches in the business world? One professor from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management thinks it can.
Information Systems Professor Tackles Fraud in India
Monday Sep 28 2009
All is not well in the land of milk and curry, but conditions are improving. Plagued by the disease of dirty business, India's health system was weighed down by fraudulent bids for supplies. Conan Albrecht, a professor of information systems at Brigham Young University, accepted the challenge to find a cure.
Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Rank Marriott School 18th
Friday Sep 25 2009
Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management is one of the top 25 colleges for students looking to start their own business, according to rankings published by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review.
Marriott School Students Ramp up Experience to Compete
Friday Sep 11 2009
It's a dog-eat-dog world out there, and many college students wonder how they'll survive in an increasingly competitive job market. But this summer, hundreds of students at Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management equipped themselves with skills to get ahead by interning for some of the biggest names in business.
On 2-year-anniversary of disaster, BYU study on mine safety finds Crandall Canyon lives not lost in vain
Wednesday Sep 02 2009
Two years ago this month, the Crandall Canyon mine collapsed, killing a total of nine. Has the accident affected the safety of coal mining in the U.S.?
BYU ranked 71st in latest U.S. News rankings
Marriott School undergraduate business program up to No. 31 Thursday Aug 20 2009
Brigham Young University is ranked 71st in the 2010 edition of U.S.News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges," with the Marriott School of Management's undergraduate program ranked among the top 50 "Best Business Programs," coming in at 31st.
BYU Professors Recommend Changes to Public Company Auditing Standards
PCAOB critique and suggestions published by the American Accounting Association Thursday Aug 27 2009
Seven years after the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board was created to protect investors against fraudulent accounting practices, two Brigham Young University accounting professors are calling for improvements in the current audit standard setting and inspection process.
BYU Tax Professor Helps Draft New Legislation
Friday Aug 21 2009
Anyone who has completed a tax return knows that complex rules can make filing a headache, but one Brigham Young University professor has been working overtime to clarify Utah's tax laws and ensure the state gets its share from out of state businesses.
The Ups and Downs of Landing Your Dream Job
BYU researcher finds meaningful work often requires sacrifices Thursday Aug 13 2009
To do what you love and get paid for it sounds like a dream job — right? A new study by a Brigham Young University public management professor found that landing your dream job might not be the walk in the park you picture. It's probably more like a day at the zoo, and that's not necessarily all good.
MBA Program Ranks 16th in Forbes Best Business Schools
Wednesday Aug 05 2009
Brigham Young University is among the top schools to offer MBA students the most bang for their buck, according to Forbes magazine's biennial list of best business schools. The BYU program placed 16th for return on investment in the publication's Aug. 24 issue, two spots ahead of its position in 2007, the last time Forbes published the list.
Marriott School Unites for 188-mile Race
Thursday Jul 23 2009
"Bernie Madoff with our money." "Honk if you're paying your neighbor's mortgage." "We're too big to fail." Not exactly the slogans you'd expect to see at an intensive long-distance run, but these and others could be found on vans supporting the Marriott School Subprime Securities team at the 2009 Ragnar Relay Wasatch Back.
Professor Authors Guide for Accountants on New Standards
Tuesday Jul 21 2009
Following a dramatic shift in accounting practices in the United States, a Brigham Young University accounting professor has coauthored the first how-to guide to help accountants deal with new standards regarding business acquisitions.
BYU Grad Students Use Break to Help Small Businesses
MBAs and MPAs consult with social entrepreneurs in six countries Monday Jul 20 2009
Instead of getting an early start on summer boating or hiking, more than twenty Brigham Young University MBA and MPA students spent their free time improving small businesses around the world.
Entrepreneurship Professor ‘Springs’ into Top 100
Thursday Jul 16 2009
A Brigham Young University professor was honored by his peers as one of the top venture entrepreneurs in Utah — for the second time in three years.
BYU Marketing Professor Shares Logo Advice in The Wall Street Journal
Thursday Jul 16 2009
The Wall Street Journal tapped Marriott School of Management Marketing Professor Glen Christensen for his corporate branding expertise in a recent article on corporate logos. In the story, the Journal tests four low-priced logo companies in an attempt to help new businesses looking for a cheap logo solution. Christensen describes the good and the bad of the final four logos made for a hypothetical company.
Business Students Storm Broadcasting World with “Morning Market Call”
Friday Jul 10 2009
Cue the intro, dim the lights and...action! Beginning last October, the Graduate Finance Association made a splash into the world of broadcasting with their student-run show, "Morning Market Call." With students planning, producing and anchoring the show, the grassroots operation has come a long way from its initial episodes filmed in a dimly lit Marriott School conference room to the professional studio of the BYU Communications Department.
Money New Chair of Business Management
Thursday Jul 02 2009
Marriott School of Management Dean Gary C. Cornia announced the appointment of R. Bruce Money, professor of marketing and international research, as chair of the Department of Business Management. He will assume the position beginning in July succeeding Michael Swenson, Ford professor of marketing.