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  • BYU Endorsed by IMA for Excellence in Management Accounting Education Monday Feb 24 2014

    Brigham Young University’s School of Accountancy recently received endorsement from the Institute of Management Accountants for excellence in preparing students to pursue the Certified Management Accounting credential.


  • Students Win Big at BYU’s Business Model Competition Friday Feb 21 2014

    Brigham Young University’s student entrepreneur team Genius Security took home first place and a cash prize of $3,000 at this year’s Business Model Competition hosted by the Marriott School of Management’s Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.


  • Marriott School Professor Receives American Accounting Association Award Professor honored for impacting accounting practice Friday Feb 14 2014

    Marriott School of Management accounting professor Bill Tayler was among those honored by the American Accounting Association for an article he co-wrote on the methods and effectiveness of measuring performance. Tayler received the AAA Management Accounting Section’s Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award at a conference last month in Orlando, Fla.


  • BYU School of Accountancy Chair Appointed to FASAC Wednesday Feb 05 2014

    The Financial Accounting Foundation recently appointed BYU School of Accountancy Chair Jeff Wilks to serve on the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council. As a member of the council, Wilks will help advise the FASB as they establish the generally accepted accounting principles.


  • What Companies Can Learn From NASA's Tragedies Tuesday Feb 04 2014

    BYU business professor Peter Madsen has been researching NASA's safety climate ever since the Columbia shuttle broke apart upon re-entering Earth's atmosphere on Feb. 1, 2003.


  • BYU Students Take First in Capital One Case Competition Tuesday Jan 28 2014

    Helping people use credit wisely is no easy feat, but three Marriott School of Management undergrads took on the challenge and won first place in the 2013 Capital One Case Competition after attending the final round of presentations in McLean, Va.


  • Business Study Abroad Programs Highlighted in Kick-off Events Tuesday Jan 21 2014

    Winter semester has just begun but students at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management are already gearing up for this summer’s study abroad programs hosted by the Whitmore Global Management Center.


  • BYU Ballard Center to Host Self-Reliance Book Launch Party BYU professor Paul Godfrey will address attendees Jan. 23 Friday Jan 17 2014

    Students will have the chance to discuss new ways to eliminate poverty at a book launch for “More than Money: Five Forms of Capital to Create Wealth and Eliminate Poverty,” by Brigham Young University business strategy professor Paul Godfrey.


  • Marriott School Appoints New MBA Director Wednesday Jan 15 2014

    The Marriott School of Management appointed John Bingham, an associate professor of organizational leadership and strategy, as the new director of the Brigham Young University MBA program, succeeding Craig Merrill after six years of dedicated service in the position.


  • BYU Student Wins International Entrepreneurship Award Friday Dec 20 2013

    Beating out more than 1,600 applicants from 37 countries, Brigham Young University student Spencer Quinn took home the 2013 Global Student Entrepreneur Award with his repair tape company FiberFix. He also walked away with $150,000 in cash and in-kind business services from Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a global network of more than 7,300 business owners.


  • BYU, Indiana University Top 2013 Business Language Case Competition Monday Dec 02 2013

    Teams of three from universities across the country gathered at Brigham Young University to present practical solutions to real-world business cases in the 2013 Business Language Case Competition.


  • Marriott School of Management Holds Third Annual Entrepreneurship Week Wednesday Nov 27 2013

    The Marriott School of Management held its third annual entrepreneurship week this fall, reaching out across campus to engage more students in entrepreneurial efforts.


  • BYU Accounting Professor Recognized By National Association of Corporate Directors Friday Nov 22 2013

    One Marriott School of Management accounting professor is leaving his mark on big business. W. Steve Albrecht was recently named one of the top 50 corporate directors of 2013 by the National Association of Corporate Directors.


  • BYU ROTC Cadets Prepare for Presidential Review Major General Jefferson S. Burton to be honored with Patriot Award Thursday Nov 07 2013

    Army and Air Force ROTC cadets at Brigham Young University will march to Brigham Square Friday, Nov. 8, to be reviewed by BYU Academic Vice President Brent W. Webb during this year’s Presidential Review.


  • Marriott School Ranked Most Family Friendly — Again Thursday Oct 31 2013

    The Marriott School was recently ranked the most family friendly business school in the nation in The Princeton Review’s new book, “The Best 295 Business Schools.” The school has held the top spot since 2006, making this its ninth consecutive year as No. 1 in the category.


  • How Instagram Can Ruin Your Dinner Looking at too many food photos can make eating less enjoyable Tuesday Oct 08 2013

    Warning Instagrammers: Marriott School research suggests you might want to stop taking so many pictures of your food.


  • Medal of Honor Recipient Speaks at BYU Thursday Sep 19 2013

    As a special guest of the Brigham Young University Army ROTC, Romesha spoke on Sept. 5, about what he learned in combat to a campus crowd at the Varsity Theatre.


  • BYU Joins Elite Company in Latest U.S. News Rankings Thursday Sep 12 2013

    Brigham Young University joined Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford Tuesday when it was named a Top 10 Best Value school in U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 Best Colleges rankings.


  • Digital Deception: People Who Lie While Texting Take Longer to Respond Also true for digital conversations on social media, instant messaging Monday Sep 09 2013

    Ever been trading a flurry of text messages when there’s an awkward pause? Well, research from BYU shows you probably should be suspicious.


  • Wearing High Heels Can Change the Way You Shop Physical experience of balance influences consumer choices Friday Sep 06 2013

    A study by Marriott School professors found that heeled consumers were more likely to select budget-friendly items.