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  • Return on Impact Monday Nov 13 2017

    Entrepreneurship student Morgan Glessing and his team have a plan to (literally) open the doors of possibilities at every college campus nationwide.


  • Making the MBA Visual Friday Nov 10 2017

    Alum Jason Barron's new book, taken from sketches he made while taking notes during his EMBA courses, is "two years of business school packed into one priceless book of pure awesomeness."


  • Army ROTC Team Wins First Place Thursday Nov 09 2017

    What does it take to turn a twenty-mile journey into a first place victory?


  • What Works in Workplace Giving? Thursday Nov 09 2017

    Tis the season for workplace giving, and new research from BYU Marriott professor Rob Christensen reveals a blueprint for institutions looking to increase charitable donations.


  • Investing Globally in Future Careers Wednesday Nov 08 2017

    Investment-minded students are traveling to Europe, managing a real fund, and working with executives from top companies and the world in an innovative study abroad.


  • BYU Marriott MBA Ranked Monday Nov 06 2017

    The BYU Marriott School of Business MBA program was cited for its human resource emphasis and its support of student families.


  • CET Hosts Big Idea Pitch Thursday Nov 02 2017

    What big problem-solving ideas did students pitch in just ninety seconds at this year's competition?


  • Consulting for a "Big Three'" Thursday Nov 02 2017

    What a BYU Marriott finance alum is doing to maximize his personal success while still paying it forward.


  • Lt. Colonel Receives MPA Alumnus of the Year Tuesday Oct 31 2017

    Honoree Brett Swigert shared the importance of service before self in his acceptance speech.


  • Politicians Divide Parties with Violent Speech Friday Oct 27 2017

    Scroll through Twitter or watch an NFL game and you’ll quickly remember we live in a time of unprecedented political polarization. Who’s to blame for the lack of unity? According to BYU researchers, politicians’ penchant for using violent language isn’t helping.


  • "Threads of Hope" Wins Changemaker Competition Wednesday Oct 25 2017

    William Knowles couldn’t help but think of his own mother as he captured the story of Nepalese women struggling to provide for their families in his film "Threads of Hope".


  • ExDM: It’s About the Experience Wednesday Oct 18 2017

    Experiences shape our lives. ExDM students are learning how to shape our experiences.


  • Professor Receives William H. Newman Award Tuesday Oct 17 2017

    Strategy professor Ben Lewis was recognized for his research paper discussing a paradox between rating systems and corporate responsibility.


  • Break the Attachment Before You Sell Friday Oct 13 2017

    Ever tried to sell something you’ve owned for a while on Craigslist and found that no one is willing to pony up what you’re asking?


  • Big Steps Forward Thursday Oct 12 2017

    Their internship at Steps Recovery sent them cycling, climbing, and crafting—but for this pair of TR alumni, summer activities were far more than just play.


  • Forbes Ranks BYU Marriott MBA No. 19 Monday Sep 25 2017

    The program improved two spots over its previous ranking thanks to its outstanding return on investment.


  • BYU Marriott Welcomes New Faculty Thursday Sep 21 2017

    Three new professors joined the full-time faculty at BYU Marriott at the start of the 2017-18 school year.


  • Panetta Named Int'l Executive of the Year Thursday Sep 21 2017

    Former U.S. Secretary of Defense and CIA Director shared how to make the American Dream happen in remarks accepting the award.


  • New U.S. News Rankings Released Tuesday Sep 12 2017

    Undergraduate programs at BYU and the Marriott School of Business rose to new heights in the latest rankings from U.S. News and World Report.


  • Seeing Double Friday Sep 08 2017

    Life after graduation has taken them 1,700 miles apart. But drawing on their business savvy, these sisters have found a way to stay close by running The DIY Lighthouse.