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  • IS Students Take Home $1,500 after Winning BI Competition Friday Oct 26 2018

    A team of four BYU Marriott information systems students is seeing signs after winning a BI competition. Dollar signs, that is.

  • Political Competition Is Hurting Our Charitable Giving Voters who live in counties with high political competition give less Thursday Oct 25 2018

    As the midterm election nears and the fallout of the Supreme Court nomination rings across the political divide, a new study coauthored by public management professor Rob Christensen presents a unique angle of American politics: how party affiliation affects charitable donations.

  • New BYU Marriott Course Leads the Way in CSR Wednesday Oct 24 2018

    To prepare students for current business needs, the BYU Marriott School of Business has developed a new course with the help of the Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance.

  • BYU’s Air Force ROTC Program Soars to New Heights Tuesday Oct 23 2018

    The number of cadets enrolled in BYU Marriott's Air Force ROTC program has taken flight, rising from about one hundred in 2012 to more than 180 today.

  • Entrepreneurship to Automotives Wednesday Oct 10 2018

    Who said your age should keep you from pursuing your dreams? BYU Marriott alum Caleb Wagner didn't let his young age stop him from starting a business.

  • International Student Shoots for Global Success Monday Oct 08 2018

    What do Portuguese, Japanese, and English have in common? They are each a language that Gregory Shibuta speaks. He plans to use his diverse knowledge to lead in the international business world.

  • The Candy Connoisseur Friday Oct 05 2018

    Though Adkins has experience in golf, cartography, and geographic information systems, he found his passion in chocolate while interning for Hershey.

  • A Sight to Behold Thursday Oct 04 2018

    A recent entrepreneurial effort made by a group of BYU students is making a lot of noise. The venture uses smart glasses to address educational barriers faced by deaf and hard of hearing individuals.

  • Vibrant Business Experience Monday Oct 01 2018

    In addition to visiting the Great Wall of China and other attractions, students received a unique business perspective on the Asia Pacific Study Abroad.

  • Work and Play Friday Sep 28 2018

    A BYU Marriott alum combines work and play as she teaches patients how to recover from addiction through mountain biking, canoeing, and rock climbing.

  • Capacity to Serve Thursday Sep 27 2018

    Daniel Villanova learned from a young age that "great leaders lead their people from among them." Now, as a CIS recipient in BYU Marriott's MPA program, he plans to improve lives through service and leadership.

  • Case Competition Victory Leads Five BYU Students to Iceland Wednesday Sep 26 2018

    The stress of preparing a case study while still completing junior core accounting assignments was not a deterrent for five BYU Marriott students, who won the 2018 EY Beam Abroad Case Competition. The students enjoyed a free trip to Iceland over the summer for winning the competition.

  • The Experience of a Lifetime Tuesday Sep 25 2018

    Fencing, paragliding, and rowing gondolas are a few of the once-in-a-lifetime experiences that students had on the Experience Design and Management Study Abroad.

  • BYU Marriott Honors David N. Weidman Monday Sep 24 2018

    David N. Weidman, retired chairman and CEO of Celanese Corporation, was named as the 2018 International Executive of the Year by BYU Marriott. Weidman was honored at a banquet on 21 September for demonstrating exceptional leadership and high ethical standards during his time as an executive.

  • Refining Teaching Technique Friday Sep 21 2018

    Each semester, BYU students have the opportunity to confidentially provide feedback about their courses and professors. “That moment was a turning point in my career,” Keith says.

  • Two BYU Marriott Professors Recognized at University Conference Friday Sep 14 2018

    BYU Marriott School of Business professors Colby Wright and Troy Nielson were recognized at this year's University Conference for their significant contributions to the continued establishment and development of BYU.

  • From Africa to EMBA Thursday Sep 13 2018

    Service in the US Air Force wasn’t enough for one of the newest additions to the EMBA program. He is going back to school to help create a flourishing economy for the people in Mali, Africa.

  • Traveling, Teaching, and Creating Global Leaders Wednesday Sep 12 2018

    Shad Morris’s career has taken him to over sixty countries, which is convenient because this associate professor is continually searching the world for new ideas to teach his students.

  • Early Exposure Friday Sep 07 2018

    A new internship program through Cardinal Health provides pre-accounting students with hands-on experience before they start the program.

  • Embracing the Unexpected Wednesday Sep 05 2018

    When Stan Wilson graduated from BYU in 1985, he had no plans of returning to the university. Now, as manager of the BYU Marriott Undergraduate Advisement office, Wilson has learned to embrace the unexpected.