Supply Chain Program Ranked No. 6 in Nation
Friday Aug 29 2014
The Marriott School of Management’s global supply chain program was recently ranked No. 6 in the nation by Gartner, a leading research company who has published program rankings for the past decade.
Foster Named Business Management Chair
Monday Jun 30 2014
The Marriott School of Management recently appointed Tom Foster, a global supply chain management professor, as the new chair of the BYU Department of Business Management. Foster will succeed Bruce Money on July 1.
Minority Entrepreneurs Face Discrimination When Seeking Loans
Minority small-business owners face more questions, get less help than white counterparts Tuesday Jun 10 2014
A disheartening new study coauthored by a BYU business professor reveals that discrimination is still tainting the American Dream for minorities.
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.
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.
Want to Move Up at Work? Be a True Believer
It's not just who you know anymore Wednesday May 29 2013
New research is tweaking an old adage about how to get ahead in a competitive workplace: It’s not just who you know, but what you believe in.
BYU Team Wins International Business Model Competition at Harvard
Tuesday May 28 2013
Brigham Young University's Owlet Baby Monitors team wins big again after taking first place and $25,000 at this year's International Business Model Competition held at Harvard, bringing their total competition winnings to $163,000.
Marriott School Hosts ‘Major Shopping’ Event for Female Students
Thursday Apr 04 2013
Women across campus gathered at the Tanner Building hunting for the perfect major at the 2013 Major Shopping event.
BYU Undergrad Program is No. 12 in New Businessweek Rankings
Recruiters put the school at No. 3 Wednesday Mar 20 2013
Brigham Young University’s undergraduate business program soared nine places to No. 12 in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2013 rankings. The Marriott School of Management also ranked No. 3 in employer satisfaction and No. 12 in student satisfaction.
Beta Alpha Psi to Host Third Annual Ethics Case Competition
Undergraduate and high school students can sign-up this week to participate Thursday Feb 28 2013
Financial corruption and scandal often seem like hallmarks of today’s society, but a group of Marriott School students is seeking to combat this problem by providing ethics education to future professionals.
Marriott Alumni Magazine Goes Mobile
Wednesday Feb 13 2013
Move over, USA Today. It’s time to add another app to the favorites list — the iPad version of Marriott Alumni Magazine. Looking to increase convenience and ease of access for readers, the Marriott School of Management released the digital edition including the current issue and all 2012 issues.
BMC Winner Moves on to Harvard Final
Wednesday Jan 30 2013
With its foot-hugging baby breathing monitor already receiving notoriety from media across the country, this year’s Business Model Competition winner Owlet Protection Enterprises knocked the competition’s socks off.
Students Develop Applicable Life Skills in Competition
Tuesday Jan 15 2013
Students in the Business Management 454 sales management class spent the semester learning proper sales techniques and skills in anticipation of their very own Marriott School of Management Sales Competition. But in the process they found that the lessons learned have value right now.
Inaugural Competition Tests Student Career Preparedness
Four students awarded for their plans Monday Dec 10 2012
One by one, 10 students stood in front of hundreds of peers and a panel of prominent business executives, introduced themselves and presented their career plans — all hoping to win the first ever Marriott School of Management My Plan competition.
Entrepreneurship Programs Highly Ranked by The Princeton Review
Tuesday Sep 25 2012
Brigham Young University's entrepreneurship students are among the most prepared for success in self-started businesses, reports The Princeton Review's survey for Entrepreneur magazine. BYU's Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology graduate and undergraduate programs came in a No. 3 and No. 6, respectively. This is the third straight year both programs have made it into the top 10, with the undergraduate program moving up one spot.
BYU Continues to Move Up in Latest U.S. News Rankings
Overall ranking improves three more spots to 68th Wednesday Sep 12 2012
Brigham Young University continued its upward surge in the U.S. News' annual Best Colleges rankings released this morning, jumping up another three spots to 68th among all national universities.
Supply Chain Student Receives Richter Scholarship
Monday Sep 10 2012
This past spring, Marriott School of Management student Chris Huntington, a senior from Littleton, Colo., was named an R. Gene Richter Scholarship recipient, becoming the first Brigham Young University student to earn the most nationally recognized award in supply chain management.
Using Small Groups to Find Big Solutions
Friday May 04 2012
Solving global problems might seem daunting, but the Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance is stepping up to the challenge by providing a way to help experts create breakthroughs in specific fields.
Bateman Awards Honor Students, Professor and Organization
Monday Apr 30 2012
Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management announced the winners of the 2012 Bateman Awards — the only school-wide awards selected entirely by students — at an awards banquet on April 6.
Budgeting Backfires – Shoppers Unconsciously Spend More When Trying to Limit Costs
Wednesday Apr 04 2012
Setting a price limit when shopping often backfires, according to new research from Brigham Young University and Emory University marketing professors. The study found that merely thinking about prices leaves you likely to spend more than you would otherwise.