Companies Tap MBAs in Field Studies Program
Tuesday Jul 20 2010
In a study room more than twelve hundred miles away from Dell's Austin, Texas, headquarters a group of MBA students talk about the affects an acquisition could have within the company.
EMBA Students Explore Global Business Like Never Before
Wednesday Jul 14 2010
This spring 25 EMBA students put their jobs on hold in the Western United States to participate in the first-ever EMBA foreign business excursion to the Middle East.
Financial Times: Why Recruiters Want BYU Grads
Tuesday Jul 13 2010
Marriott School professors explain why the school's grads are among the most sought after by recruiters in a recent Financial Times article.
BYU Professor Joins National Board
Wednesday Jun 30 2010
A Marriott School of Management professor will be helping recognize businesses that demonstrate excellence in quality and performance after being selected to serve on the Board of Overseers for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
BYU Awarded $1.55 Million Grant for International Business Education
Tuesday Jun 15 2010
The U.S. Department of Education awarded Brigham Young University a four-year $1.55 million grant to continue as a Center for International Business Education and Research school. The grant provides funding for BYU to work with students, faculty, the community and 32 other CIBER schools across the country to improve international business acumen.
BYU Team Wins Duff & Phelps National Valuation Competition
Monday Jun 14 2010
A team of Brigham Young University undergraduate students came home with the first-place title from the inaugural Duff & Phelps National Case Study Competition in New York. This new competition focused on the complex finance skills used in business valuations.
Jeffery Thompson to present BYU devotional address June 1
Friday May 28 2010
Associate professor Jeffery Thompson from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management will be the speaker at the weekly devotional Tuesday, June 1, at 11:05 a.m.
Six MBAs Become 2010 Stoddard Scholars
Thursday May 27 2010
Six BYU MBA finance students earned dividends on their education by being named Stoddard Scholars and being awarded $5,000 scholarships.
BYU Triumphs in Global Information Systems Competition
Friday May 14 2010
At one of the most elite and grueling information systems competitions in the world, a group of three Brigham Young University undergraduates won first-place at the APEX Global Business IT Case Challenge in Singapore. As newcomers to the competition, the team went up against 24 of the top ISys programs in the world.
Student-run Grant Program Matches Donors with Causes
Students receive unprecedented hands-on experience Thursday May 13 2010
The country's first student-led program that connects philanthropic donors with deserving nonprofit organizations is up and running at BYU.
To-Do and Note Synchronization Website Wins Online Marketing Competition
Monday May 10 2010
In an age when most people go straight to the Internet for information, an effective website is key to a company's success. Getting students to understand that reality and teaching them how to create and implement effective internet marketing strategies was the goal of the inaugural Crexendo Online Marketing Competition, which culminated in an awards ceremony April 9.
BYU Researchers in Top Five for Organizational Behavior and Strategy
Wednesday Apr 28 2010
Organizational behavior and strategy faculty at Brigham Young University were ranked fourth in the nation for their 2009 publications in the top academic journals of the field, according to a list published by the University of Texas at Dallas.
2010 Hawes Scholars Announced
Eight second-year MBA candidates receive MBA's top honors Monday Apr 26 2010
Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management has announced eight MBA students as its 2010 Hawes Scholars. The honor, which carries a cash award of $10,000, is the highest distinction given to MBA students at the school.
Students Launch into Mobile App Development
Monday Apr 19 2010
Ready. Aim. Launch hippopotamus. Hippo Blast, a game for iPhone in which the player shoots a cartoon hippo from a cannon to see how far it will go, won first place and $10,000 at the second annual Omniture iPhone App Competition, hosted by the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology at the Marriott School of Management.
BYU CIBER Hosts First High School Business Language Competition
Friday Apr 16 2010
Eight Utah high school teams comprised of heritage and non-heritage Spanish speakers gathered at Brigham Young University to compete in the nation's first High School Business Language Competition.
BYU Air Force ROTC Exhibits Discipline and Teamwork
Thursday Apr 15 2010
While trophies and bragging rights may be reasons the BYU Air Force ROTC drill team competes each year in the Southern California Invitational Drill Meet, an Air Force general says learning discipline and teamwork are key.
Medical Device Company Wins 2010 Business Plan Competition
Thursday Apr 15 2010
Restless leg syndrome affects nearly 30 million Americans, causing discomfort and keeping them up at night, but three Brigham Young University students hope to provide relief and build a business in the process. The students' innovative product and solid plans gave their company, TranquilMed, a first-place finish the 2010 BYU Business Plan Competition.
BYU Center for Economic Self-Reliance Named for Melvin J. Ballard
Tuesday Apr 13 2010
Brigham Young University President Cecil Samuelson announced the naming of the Melvin J. Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance, which is housed at the Marriott School of Management. The naming recognizes Ballard's contributions to the welfare system of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Professor of Organizational Leadership and Strategy Receives Outstanding Faculty Award
Marriott School also honors first N. Eldon Tanner Award recipient Monday Apr 12 2010
Jeffrey H. Dyer, professor of strategy, received the 2010 Outstanding Faculty Award, the highest distinction from the Marriott School of Management at the annual Marriott School Awards Night on March 31. Another 15 faculty, staff and administrators were also honored at the event.
BYU Info Systems Students Dominate National Competition
Thursday Apr 08 2010
Competing against 68 other colleges and universities, six Brigham Young University information systems students brought home eight awards this spring at the National Collegiate Conference for the Association for Information Technology Professionals held in St. Louis. The BYU teams continued their winning tradition from previous years, leaving with the most awards per student entrant.