Marriott School Announces 2004 Merrill J. Bateman Awards
Tuesday Mar 16 2004
Students at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management selected two of their classmates and a professor to receive the 2004 Merrill J. Bateman Awards. These honors, now in their third year, are the only awards chosen solely by business school students. Students awarded Karren Thomas and Scott Porter with Merrill J. Bateman Outstanding Student Awards and Professor Robert J. Parsons with the Merrill J. Bateman Student Choice Award. Scott Porter, a 2nd year MBA student from Las Vegas, will receive the outstanding graduate student award. Scott’s emphasis is marketing, international business and corporate social responsibility. In 2003, Scott conducted primary marketing research and developed a marketing plan for a USAID-sponsored, community-based ecotourism project in Guatemala. He previously worked for a start-up high tech public relations agency
Clock your time at the Corporate Climb
Marriott School students host exercise fundraiser Tuesday Mar 09 2004
Marriott School students, faculty and administrators are challenged to race the stairs for the BYU Annual Fund. The event will take place in the Tanner Building on March 13 from 8 a.m. to noon. Participants can run themselves or join a relay team. Individual runners are requested to give a $15 donation to the Annual Fund.
BYU Hosts Its First Executive Info Tech Conference
Friday Jan 23 2004
Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management will host the inaugural insyte conference 6 February 2004 for information systems and technology executives. Sponsored by BYU’s Master of Information Systems Management program faculty in conjunction with the Rollins eBusiness Center at BYU and the Utah Information Technology Association, this conference will provide educational and networking activities in a vendor-free setting.
Marriott School Offers Unique Undergraduate Experience
Friday Jan 16 2004
BYU Information Systems Research Ranked in Top Thirty
Wednesday Oct 08 2003
Info Systems Students Are Top Competitors at National Competition
Tuesday Apr 29 2003
Brigham Young University information systems students earned top marks in their first appearance at the National Collegiate Conference (NCC) in West Lafayette, Ind. Two of the six students from BYU’s Marriott School of Management scored among the top three in individual competitions. Ryan Caldwell, a junior from El Paso, Texas, placed first out of 200 students on the information systems core examination and second on the Web development examination.
Marriott School Professor Receives Maeser Teaching Award
Friday Oct 08 1999
Marriott School Professor James D. Stice of the School of Accountancy and Information Systems Management has been awarded the Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Teaching Award by President Merrill J. Bateman at the annual University Conference.