Wadsworth Named Public Management Chair
Wednesday May 31 2017
Marriott School of Management dean Lee Perry has announced Lori Wadsworth as the new chair of the public management department and director of the Romney Institute of Public Management.
Marriott School Graduates Honored
Friday Apr 28 2017
Alfred Gantner, cofounder of Partners Group and an MBA alum, shared his insights on a balanced life as the featured speaker at convocation on 28 April.
Marriott School Honors Faculty, Staff
Friday Apr 21 2017
Michael Thompson, Shane Allred, and others were recognized at the annual Marriott School Awards Luncheon for their contributions to the university and their respective fields.
Make-A-Wish CEO Honored
David Williams receives Administrator of the Year Award Friday Mar 24 2017
The Romney Institute recently recognized David Williams for his outstanding work in the nonprofit sector.
Cracked That Case
BYU students clinch first place in the Milgard CSR Case Competition Friday Mar 24 2017
T-Mobile's CSR plan is a win-win thanks to a group of BYU students who walked away with first place in the Milgard Case Competition.
Lt. Gov. Shares Unique Ideas on Politics
Tuesday Jan 17 2017
Spencer Cox, recently reelected lieutenant governor of Utah, spoke to BYU MPA students and faculty to share his thoughts about what qualities matter most for success in public service.
Romney Institute Awards Alumnus of the Year
Tuesday Nov 22 2016
Steve Thacker, city manager of Centerville, Utah, was honored for his legacy of exceptional management in governmental positions for over the past thirty years.
Josh Romney Advises MPA Students on Working with Nonprofits
Wednesday Oct 12 2016
Josh Romney, president of CharityVision International, spoke to MPA students on 6 October about how to avoid doing harm when trying to do good.
Professor Talks Ethics on CNBC
Romney Institute's Brad Agle comments on recent comments by CEOs on Capitol Hill Monday Sep 26 2016
Brad Agle, George W. Romney Endowed Professor, spoke with CNBC recently on recent controversies surrounding Wells Fargo and Mylan.
Marriott School Welcomes New Faculty
Monday Sep 12 2016
Nine new faculty members joined the ranks of the Marriott School of Management as the 2016-17 school year began this month.
Advice From The Dean
Friday Aug 26 2016
Dean Lee Perry sat down for a Q&A to offer his thoughts on how Marriott School students can make the most out of their new semester.
Marriott School Personnel Honored
Thursday May 05 2016
School of Accountancy professor Douglas Prawitt headlined this year's honorees at the annual school luncheon.
Undergrads Excel at Milgard Event
BYU team takes second nationally Thursday Mar 31 2016
The Jackson 5 taught the world “it’s easy as one, two, three.” Last month a team of Brigham Young University students shared the same idea.
High Marks for Marriott School
Latest U.S. News Best Graduate School rankings released Wednesday Mar 16 2016
Multiple Marriott School of Management programs were included with the top programs in the country in the latest U.S. News Best Graduate School rankings.
Romney Institute Honors Robert J. O’Neill, Jr.
Tuesday Mar 15 2016
Executive director of the International City/County Management Association named the 2016 Administrator of the Year.
Top Marriott School Stories of 2015
Thursday Dec 31 2015
The Marriott School had an amazing 2015. Here's a list of some of our top stories of the year featuring our outstanding students, faculty and alumni.
Baker Named Alumnus of the Year
Monday Nov 16 2015
The Romney Institute of Public Management named Bryce Baker, a senior adviser in the United States Office of Personnel Management, the 2015 N. Dale Wright Alumnus of the Year for his outstanding service in the federal government.
Multidisciplinary Group Serves in Ghana
Tuesday Nov 10 2015
Before departing for the Romney Institute’s annual study abroad in Ghana this April, Marriott School students were given a challenge: see with African eyes and hear with African ears.
Ad-Libbing to the Top
Tuesday Nov 10 2015
Dreams of roaring crowds and bright lights drew fifteen-year-old Zach Atherton to where he stood—nervous in front of his entire high school, performing in his first improv show. He’d seen enough episodes of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” to love the art, and this was his chance to make it big.
Math Camp Adds up to Success
Tuesday Nov 10 2015
This summer 27 incoming MPA and EMPA students got together for camp—but instead of bringing out canoes and tents, they reached for calculators and graph paper.