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  • UN Foundation Leader Receives Administrator of the Year Award Friday Apr 19 2019

    Kathy Calvin, president and director of the United Nations Foundation, was named 2019 Administrator of the Year by the Romney Institute of Public Management at the BYU Marriott School of Business.


  • A Life Dedicated to Making a Difference Friday Apr 19 2019

    Not many people stick to the dreams they had when they were five, But Kena Mathews has the opportunity on a daily basis to see her childhood calling to make a difference in the world become reality.


  • Leading the Marketers Thursday Apr 18 2019

    Growing up in Provo, marketing senior Emily Beukers wasn’t sure if she wanted to go to BYU or somewhere further away from home. However, once she entered the BYU Marriott School of Business, Beukers knew she belonged.


  • Addiction Made Me Stronger Wednesday Apr 17 2019

    Adopted from China by a family consumed by addiction, Ashley Howe, a senior at BYU Marriott, had a rough start to life straight out of the gate. Despite her challenges, she consistently overcame adversity and was recently recognized with the Global Supply Chain Outstanding Student faculty award.


  • A BYU Marriott Education Extends to Harvard Tuesday Apr 16 2019

    Deciding between two summer employment opportunities, especially two great organizations that seemed like a perfect fit, was the root of conflicting emotions for BYU Marriott student Autumn Clark.


  • The Long Road From Education to Career Wednesday Apr 10 2019

    As a child growing up in Recife, Brazil, Thiago Gomes, a finance major graduating in April 2019, never would have believed he would be studying in the BYU Marriott School of Business with a job offer in New York.


  • When Class Notes Pay Off Tuesday Apr 09 2019

    While many students are tempted to toss away class notes at the end of a school year, BYU MBA alum Jason Barron kept his and is actually making a profit from them.


  • Ten Students Named Hawes Scholar Monday Apr 08 2019

    BYU Marriott named ten MBA candidates 2019 Hawes Scholars, an honor that carries the highest distinction given to MBA students at the school and a cash award of $10,000.


  • Twelve Students Named Stoddard Scholars Friday Apr 05 2019

    Twelve Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business students were honored with the George E. Stoddard Prize, a $5,000 award given to exceptional second-year MBA finance students.


  • Student Research Goes International Thursday Apr 04 2019

    What role does emotion play in a transformative experience? That’s what BYU Marriott experience design management student researchers will present on in Melbourne, Australia.


  • Moving Forward in Faith Wednesday Apr 03 2019

    Through his educational and life experiences, Kurt Sandholtz, BYU Marriott assistant professor of organizational behavior and human resources, has learned the importance of moving forward in faith with a decision, without completely understanding what lies ahead.


  • BYU, A Dream Come True Tuesday Apr 02 2019

    Simon Greathead, a native of Lancaster, England, who comes from a working-class background, is the first to say he was unlikely to become a professor. However, thanks to his parents’ hard work and his motivation, Greathead feels he is now living his dream as a global supply chain professor at the BYU Marriott School of Business. 


  • BYU Marriott Alum's Company Takes First at 2019 Utah Entrepreneur Challenge Monday Apr 01 2019

    A BYU Marriott alum's company took home the $40,000 grand prize and the first-place title at the 2019 Utah Entrepreneur Challenge at the University of Utah.


  • MBA Team Wins Second in National Competition Wednesday Mar 27 2019

    A team of MBA students representing the BYU Marriott School of Business won second place at an Adam Smith Society case Competition—beating out the likes of Yale, Georgetown, and Columbia Business School to win $4,000.


  • A Boot Camp for Business Ideas Monday Mar 25 2019

    In BYU Marriott's Startup Bootcamp course, about twenty students gather together in a classroom in the Tanner Building and discuss everyday problems and possible solutions.


  • Show me the gift cards! Reward types impact effectiveness of wellness programs Friday Mar 22 2019

    Employee wellness programs are popular among businesses seeking to increase productivity and cut health care costs. However, many firms have struggled to reap those benefits due to low employee motivation. New research from BYU accounting professors finds evidence that the problem may lie in how the employees are choosing to reward themselves.


  • Baby Steps to Success Friday Mar 22 2019

    Every day at 7:30 a.m., an alarm sounds on the phone of BYU Marriott School of Business alum Tyler Morgan which reads, “Go save babies.” Morgan is a product manager at Owlet, a company that creates products that monitor a baby’s vital signs and alerts parents when the product detects alarming readings.


  • MBA Team Wins First at National Supply Chain Competition Thursday Mar 21 2019

    An all-women’s all-star BYU Marriott MBA team won first place on 23 February in a Texas Christian University supply chain case competition against other top supply chain universities. The team drew from the raw talent that the BYU School of Business MBA program had to offer—bringing together individuals with the capability to beat out fourteen other competitors and win $10,000.


  • Utah Startup Marketplace Turns Ten Wednesday Mar 20 2019

    While many BYU Marriott School of Business students aspire to accept a secure corporate job after graduation, others crave the experience of getting their hands dirty and building a business from the ground up. For ten years now, the Utah Startup Marketplace career fair has been placing those students with the companies that seek their talent.


  • BYU SHRM Club: A Resource at Your Fingertips Tuesday Mar 19 2019

    Rachel McDougal entered BYU knowing she wanted to go into the business field, but she was indecisive about which program to pursue. Through the BYU Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) club, McDougal discovered what she wanted to study and now serves as vice president of development for the BYU SHRM club, where she aims to pay forward the help she has received.