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  • BYU Marriott Team Wins $5,000 and First Place at Purdue HR Case Competition Thursday Dec 12 2019

    Dreams turned to reality for BYU Marriott Society of Human Resources’ student team at the annual Purdue University Krannert HR Case Competition on 13–14 November 2019 when the team returned home with a first-place win and a $5,000 prize.

  • "A Network Unlike Any Other" Thursday Dec 12 2019

    Between selling a business and starting a career at LinkedIn, BYU Marriott marketing alum Chase Evans has been busy since he graduated in 2018.

  • Finding Purpose Through Research Wednesday Dec 11 2019

    When Nate Burton reads books, magazines, or content on the internet, he's always looking for research opportunities.

  • Creating a Life of Social Innovation Tuesday Dec 10 2019

    When Hank Taylor graduated from BYU in 2013, he felt he had to choose just one focus. But like many other students trying to decide their future career, his interests spanned beyond just his economics major.

  • Changing the World of Roofing Monday Dec 09 2019

    When BYU students Todd Paskett and Grant Hagen sat next to each other at a workshop for a business competition in 2018, they had no idea how their lives were about to change. 

  • MPA Students Receive Rumsfeld Foundation Grant Saturday Dec 07 2019

    Two BYU Marriott MPA graduates became recipients of the Rumsfeld Foundation Fellowship and received $10,000 along with priceless networking opportunities. Kathleen Nugent from New Paltz, New York, and Megdalynn Fisher from Spanish Fork, Utah, were nominated for the fellowship by their professor, Rob Christensen, and become two of twenty recipients in 2019.

  • The LEGO Classroom: Where Everything is Awesome Friday Dec 06 2019

    By the time college starts, most students have gotten rid of their childhood toys. But for BYU Marriott’s Experience Design and Management (EXDM) program, professors encourage students to play with toys—in fact, it’s a requirement for one class. 

  • BYU Army ROTC Cadets Win the 5th ROTC BDE Ranger Challenge Thursday Dec 05 2019

    Eleven cadets on the joint BYU and Utah Valley University Service First Battalion Ranger Challenge Team won the 5th ROTC Brigade Ranger Challenge at Camp Gruber Oklahoma, 1–3 November 2019.

  • Connecting Business with Healthcare Wednesday Dec 04 2019

    BYU alumni, students, and healthcare professionals attended the first ever BYU Healthcare Industry Network Conference held on 15 November 2019 at the Utah Valley Convention Center.

  • First-Ever Career Paths in Real Estate Summit Tuesday Dec 03 2019

    The Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitor Center at BYU was buzzing with excitement as students networked with professionals during the first ever Career Paths in Real Estate Summit on Friday, 8 November 2019. The success of the event confirmed to organizers students’ enthusiasm to learn more about the business of real estate.

  • Chiefs of the BYU EMPA Program Monday Dec 02 2019

    Being a police chief is a challenging position to hold, but BYU Marriott helped prepare Darren Paul, Chad Soffe, and Chris Autry to serve the communities they love. The skills, lessons, and experiences these police chiefs gained in the EMPA program provided the tools they needed to be successful in their jobs.

  • From Song to Strategy Thursday Nov 28 2019

    At first glance, musical theater, business strategy, and chemistry don’t seem to have much in common, but BYU Marriott senior strategy student Connor Workman thinks the three pursuits are more similar than you might think.

  • Doral Vance Awarded MPA Alumnus of the Year Award Wednesday Nov 27 2019

    The Romney Institute of Public Service & Ethics honored 1980 BYU Marriott MPA graduate Doral Vance, manager and chief investigator of the Utah State Tax Commission’s Criminal Investigation Unit, with the 2019 N. Dale Wright Alumnus of the Year Award. The award was presented to Vance at the annual alumnus luncheon held at the Harmon Continuing Education Building on 15 November 2019.

  • A Brief with Lasting Ideas Wednesday Nov 27 2019

    As vaping becomes an increasingly popular activity among young adults, BYU student Cade Hyde is dedicating his time to curbing the epidemic that he believes plagues his generation.

  • It Takes a Village Tuesday Nov 26 2019

    As the titleholder for the most family friendly MBA program for the fourteenth year in a row, BYU Marriott works to cultivate an environment that helps students balance both their rigorous coursework and their families. With seventy percent of BYU MBA students married, BYU's Master of Business Administration Spouse Association (MBASA) connects spouses of MBA students with a built-in network and support system of others in similar life circumstances. 

  • BYU Hosts First-Ever Silicon Slopes BYU Marriott MBA School Career Fair Tuesday Nov 26 2019

    More than three hundred students and nearly thirty companies participated in the first-ever Silicon Slopes BYU Marriott MBA Student Career Fair.

  • Living the Dream Friday Nov 22 2019

    For Colonel Frederick Thaden, his selection as the department chair of BYU Marriott’s Department of Aerospace Studies, also known as BYU Air Force ROTC Detachment 855, is a dream come true.

  • Skateboarding and Business Thursday Nov 21 2019

    At the age of thirty-six, Marc de Schweinitz strapped on his helmet and barreled down the half-pipe on his skateboard for the first time in fifteen years. This one-of-a-kind BYU Marriott alum chases his dreams, whether on a skateboard or in the office.

  • Movers, Shakers, and Innovators of Tomorrow BYU Marriott Alum Named Forbes Under 30 Scholar Wednesday Nov 20 2019

    BYU Marriott student Demitri Haddad was recently named a Forbes Under 30 Scholar for 2019 and attended the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Detroit. There he joined an elite group of 1,000 college students from around the country who represent the movers and shakers, innovators, and leaders of tomorrow.

  • Inside the Suit Wednesday Nov 20 2019

    In 1965, Ken Driggs was in his second year of graduate school. When he wasn't juggling his school responsibilities, Driggs hid his identity as he pulled on the cougar suit and transformed into Cosmo.