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  • Show me the gift cards! Reward types impact effectiveness of wellness programs Friday Mar 22 2019

    Employee wellness programs are popular among businesses seeking to increase productivity and cut health care costs. However, many firms have struggled to reap those benefits due to low employee motivation. New research from BYU accounting professors finds evidence that the problem may lie in how the employees are choosing to reward themselves.


  • Impressive Research Plus Outstanding Academic Service Equals Lifetime Achievement Award Friday Mar 01 2019

    With his impactful research record, years of academic service, and distinguished publication history, BYU Marriott School of Business Associate Dean Steve Glover was an obvious choice for the Outstanding Audit Educator Award.


  • Seizing the Day Monday Feb 04 2019

    Balancing personal passions with demanding coursework is an art that can take years to perfect. But BYU Marriott MAcc alum James Bounous did just that, building a successful academic career while starring in roles such as Quasimodo from Hunchback of Notre Dame and Jack Kelly in Newsies on some of Utah's most popular stages.


  • Filling the Medical CFO Gap Thursday Jan 24 2019

    Most people would balk at the hefty amount of financial expertise required to run a medical practice. But Benjamin Green, CPA, CMA, has successfully been helping medical and dental offices run their businesses since his graduation from BYU Marriott’s School of Accountancy in 2016.


  • A Curiosity-Driven Career Thursday Jan 24 2019

    BYU Marriott School of Business students often graduate with a desire to change the world, but this dream isn’t always realized on the first job out the door. Making a difference takes time, but BYU Marriott Accounting alum Charmaine White can attest that it’s possible—and worth the wait. 


  • On its own, Trump admin's price disclosure policy unlikely to help curb drug prices Wednesday Jan 23 2019

    The Trump administration’s proposal to require pharmaceutical companies to publish drug prices in TV ads is unlikely to help control drug prices, according to a co-authored BYU study published Jan. 22 in JAMA Internal Medicine.


  • Slaying the Dragon Thursday Jan 17 2019

    After decades of leadership roles in successful businesses, Kevin Sayer was no stranger to the expectations placed upon C-suite executives, but when he had to make television appearances as president and CEO of Dexcom, he found himself in unfamiliar territory. Luckily, it was not Sayer's first foray into unfamiliar territory, and he knew his next step might require a bit of humility.


  • A Dragon Born in a Stream Friday Jan 11 2019

    Sunnie Giles grew up catching river salamanders in her small South Korean farming town while dreaming of someday attending college. Though her parents were unwilling to support her pursuit of higher level education, she didn’t let that stop her. 


  • BYU Marriott Welcomes Its New Dean Brigitte Madrian Began Term 1 January Monday Jan 07 2019

    After six months of anticipation, Brigham Young University finally welcomes its newest dean. On 1 January 2019, Brigitte C. Madrian began her tenure as dean of the BYU Marriott School of Business.


  • The MVP of the CMA Wednesday Dec 19 2018

    Meg Rodeback didn’t even know the Priscilla S. Payne Outstanding Student Performance Award existed before she earned it in August. But then her parents texted to say they had received a letter congratulating her on receiving the award, which is given to the top performer on the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam by the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA).


  • BYU Marriott Fares Well in National Rankings Thursday Nov 01 2018

    The BYU Marriott School of Business continues to impress, ranking well in several areas. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked BYU Marriott No. 35 for best undergraduate business programs in the nation.


  • Case Competition Victory Leads Five BYU Students to Iceland Wednesday Sep 26 2018

    The stress of preparing a case study while still completing junior core accounting assignments was not a deterrent for five BYU Marriott students, who won the 2018 EY Beam Abroad Case Competition. The students enjoyed a free trip to Iceland over the summer for winning the competition.


  • Early Exposure Friday Sep 07 2018

    A new internship program through Cardinal Health provides pre-accounting students with hands-on experience before they start the program.


  • BYU Awarded for Support of CMA Program Monday Jun 25 2018

    BYU received the ICMA Board of Regents Corporate Recognition Award for supporting the CMA program and helping its students succeed.


  • Even Hurricanes Have Silver Linings Monday Jun 25 2018

    Accounting alum Jason Graham lost his home during Hurricane Harvey, but he gained stronger relationships with others and a greater appreciation for the unexpected.


  • Alum Named to Boating Industry List Wednesday Jun 13 2018

    Alum Brent Parker, president of the Freedom Boat Club of Virginia, was named one of the best young leaders in the marine industry.


  • Thompson Named Interim Dean Tuesday Jun 12 2018

    Michael P. Thompson will serve as interim dean from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018. Steve Glover and Keith Vorkink will continue to serve as associate deans.


  • New Dean Announced Wednesday May 23 2018

    Brigham Young University Academic Vice President Jim R. Rasband has announced that Brigitte C. Madrian has been named the ninth dean of the BYU Marriott School of Business.


  • All in the Family Wednesday May 16 2018

    Laura Warner Torgesen's heritage in academia, including BYU legend Karl G. Maeser, have led her to blaze a pioneering path of her own.


  • Loving the "Terror" of Teaching Monday May 14 2018

    Monte Swain feels a rush when standing at the front of a classroom. That rush has energized him for nearly 30 years of teaching at BYU Marriott.