BYU Prototyping Event Connects Entrepreneurs and Engineers
Wednesday Jan 23 2019
BYU entrepreneurs and engineers recently came together to bring six innovative ideas to life during a thirty-hour rapid prototyping fest known as Prototype-a-palooza.
Cadet Run Honor Guard Teaches Leadership and Responsibility
Friday Jan 18 2019
Air Force ROTC cadets typically take on additional responsibility compared to traditional college students, and cadets in BYU Marriott’s Air Force ROTC program are no different. From getting up early for training to attending extra classes, cadets don’t have much free time on their hands. However, every semester approximately forty BYU Marriott cadets also elect to join the newly organized honor guard and use what extra time they do have to set a high standard for other students and compete around the country.
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.
Trial by Fire
Wednesday Jan 16 2019
JaLee Clarke knows firsthand how difficult it can be to face life's challenges. However, these experiences have prepared Clarke to thrive in her BYU Marriott position and enabled her to help others who are in need.
Inclusivity: Coming to a Resort Near You
Tuesday Jan 15 2019
From 2014 to 2015, approximately 26 million people with disabilities traveled to leisure destinations in the United States. However, few of those vacation destinations actively make their experiences available to disabled individuals. A team of nine therapeutic recreation and management (TRM) students and four professors from the BYU Marriott School of Business have set out on a mission to change that.
Cracking the Code
Monday Jan 14 2019
The United States has more than half a million open computing jobs, yet just fifty thousand students graduated in computer science last year. A team of BYU students set out to take advantage of that disparity.
Good vs. Evil: How heroes and villains affect the food you buy
Heroes on packaging can make vice food seem less harmful to consumers Thursday Jan 10 2019
A new BYU study finds the battle between good and evil is being waged in our food packaging, and we are paying the price because of it, both in terms of health and money.
Head Sherpa Leads Students to MBA Summit
Thursday Jan 10 2019
Jesse Myrick decided to come to the BYU Marriott MBA program to open doors in his career. However, Myrick got a lot more than a career launch out of his MBA education.
BYU Marriott MBA Program Reaches New Heights
Tuesday Jan 08 2019
The BYU Marriott School of Business has added a new No. 1 ranking to its collection, climbing to No. 1 for Best MBA for Human Resources on The Princeton Review's list of Best Business Schools for 2019.
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.
Passing the Internship Torch
Wednesday Dec 19 2018
Students at the BYU Marriott School of Business are not strangers to the idea of networking with their peers, but this year the Global Supply Chain Association is taking it to a new level. Seniors in the global supply chain program are working to change the internship game in a way that will benefit their peers and future students.
Boosted by Immersion
Tuesday Dec 18 2018
When Sydni Dunn came to BYU, she embraced the idea of "entering to learn." The entrepreneurial management student immersed herself in countless opportunities that would ultimately prepare her to "go forth to serve."
Preparing Future Game Changers
Monday Dec 17 2018
For some courses, studying out of a book and memorizing concepts are the only ways to learn; but for a future in international business, BYU Marriott School of Business professor Lee Daniels prefers to prepare his students with experience in presenting themselves and their ideas.
BYU Marriott Hosts First-Ever Strategy Professionals Conference
Friday Dec 14 2018
Clayton Christensen and Domo CEO Josh James highlight the first-ever BYU Strategy Professionals Conference.
Soaring Above International CFA Exam Averages
Thursday Dec 13 2018
BYU Marriott offers several resources that help BYU students pass the Certified Financial Analyst Program exams at rates well above worldwide averages.
All About People
Wednesday Dec 12 2018
Rachel McDougal has heard all kinds of HR stereotypes, but make no mistake: she's no Toby Flenderson.
GMC Partners with World Trade Center Utah
Tuesday Dec 11 2018
Thanks to the Global Management Center's partnership with World Trade Center Utah, students will work with executives of local companies, performing an in-depth, product-specific analysis of global markets.
Five New Professors Join BYU Marriott
Monday Dec 03 2018
The Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business welcomes five new faculty members to three different departments.
High Adventure Equals Right Returns
Sunday Dec 02 2018
New experience design and therapeutic recreation students cultivated new relationships with professors and peers during an outdoor adventure.
Thriving Through Trials
Saturday Dec 01 2018
Maddie Hunt, office manager at the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, has blossomed in evolving environments throughout her life.