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  • Credit Suisse Exec Speaks at Convocation Thursday May 12 2016

    Eric Varvel, recently named global head of asset management at Credit Suisse, was the featured speaker at Marriott School of Management convocation on April 22.


  • Hatch Earns NCAA's Elite 90 Award Finance graduate and men's volleyball standout boasts top GPA among NCAA Tournament participants Friday May 06 2016

    Michael Hatch, a recent finance graduate, was honored at the 2016 NCAA Division I Men's Volleyball Championship for his academic achievements.


  • Finance Undergrads Place in NYC Friday Feb 12 2016

    A three-person team of Brigham Young University finance students returned to campus with a brighter future on Wall Street, after placing second in the Duff & Phelps YOUniversity Deal Challenge competition. The team’s company valuation earned them an all-inclusive trip to New York City and $2,000 each.


  • Professors Cited in Wall Street Journal Research by David Benson and Jim Brau highlighted Monday Jan 25 2016

    Firms cover up policies investors won't like with obfuscation and jargon–and often profit by it.


  • Undergrads Named "Best and Brightest" Monday Dec 28 2015

    McKenzi McDonald and Tanner Stutz are spotlighted on Poets and Quants' list of Best and Brightest Business Majors for the class of 2016.


  • Program Ranked No. 1 Monday Dec 07 2015

    College Choice ranked the Marriott Schoo's undergraduate finance program No. 1 in the country based primarily on cost of attendance and salary upon graduation.


  • All-Nighter Leads to Victory BYU Students Take First in International Business Competition Tuesday Nov 24 2015

    Months and hours of practice and preparation came down to two 25-minute presentations for a group of Marriott School of Management students at the International Business Case Competition. Thanks to some last-minute adjustments, all the work resulted in a first-place win at the competition, held on the campus of Northeastern University.


  • Fall Edition Now Available Tuesday Oct 13 2015

    The Fall 2015 edition of Marriott Alumni Magazine is now available online and on the magazine's iPad app. Here's a rundown of some of the stories you can find in the latest edition.


  • Professor Honored at University Conference Friday Aug 28 2015

    Colby Wright, assistant finance professor at the Marriott School of Management, received a Teaching and Learning Faculty Fellowship at Brigham Young University’s annual University Conference on August 24.


  • Taysom Trades Football for Venture Capital Monday Aug 03 2015

    USA Today featured finance major Taysom Hill and the influence his Marriott School education and summer internship at Pelion Venture Partners has had on his future plans.


  • MBA Finance Students Awarded Stoddard Honor Thursday Apr 09 2015

    Nine Brigham Young University students received the George E. Stoddard Prize, an honor given to second-year MBA finance students who demonstrate leadership and academic excellence. The nine 2015 winners were each awarded $5,000.


  • BYU Finance Students Place in Duff & Phelps Competition Friday Feb 13 2015

    A team of Brigham Young University undergraduates recently made the cut as runners-up in the Duff & Phelps YOUniversity Deal Challenge competition. The students’ valuation of companies earned them a trip to New York City and $2,000 each.


  • Marriott School Clubs Prepare Students for Internships Finance Underclassmen Academy Starts Next Week Friday Jan 09 2015

    A top internship can jump-start a career, and the Marriott School’s clubs are putting students on track to land the jobs they want. By providing training and experience in networking, interviewing and writing résumés, clubs are helping students prepare for their professional experiences.  


  • Welcome Back and Get on Track Monday Jan 05 2015

    If you're just enrolling or want to get involved, learn how to make the most of your undergraduate Marriott School experience.


  • Professor Receives JFE Award for Finance Research Thursday Oct 16 2014

    Finance professor Karl Diether garnered high recognition from the Journal of Financial Economics, receiving second place for his article in the journal’s Fama/DFA Prizes for Capital Markets and Asset Pricing. The award is given annually for papers that demonstrate timely, relevant and high quality scientific research in financial economics.


  • BYU Team Wins ACG Cup Competition Thursday Apr 03 2014

    A team of Brigham Young University MBA students bested competitors from across Utah to win first place and $5,000 in the Association for Corporate Growth Cup Competition. This is the third consecutive year BYU garnered the top spot at the annual event held in Salt Lake City.


  • Business Study Abroad Programs Highlighted in Kick-off Events Tuesday Jan 21 2014

    Winter semester has just begun but students at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management are already gearing up for this summer’s study abroad programs hosted by the Whitmore Global Management Center.


  • BYU Undergrads Manage Stock Market Portfolio Monday Aug 12 2013

    In Finance 415, Brigham Young University students are earning big returns. Outperforming the market by at least 1 percent annually and 2.5 percent each of the past five years, students in the portfolio management course are reaping dividends and real-world experience by the fistful.


  • Lee Perry named Dean of BYU’s Marriott School of Management Replaces Gary C. Cornia Monday Jul 08 2013

    Brigham Young University Academic Vice President Brent Webb announced the appointment of Lee Perry as the dean of the Marriott School of Management.


  • J. Michael Pinegar to Deliver Annual Maeser Faculty Lecture May 21 University’s highest faculty honor Monday May 20 2013

    J. Michael Pinegar, the Joel C. Peterson Professor of Finance at the Marriott School of Management, will deliver this year’s Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecture during a Brigham Young University forum Tuesday, May 21, at 11:05 a.m. in the Joseph Smith Building auditorium.