BYU prof breaks down Uncle Sam’s loans to automakers
Thursday Nov 29 2018
The U.S. government grants loans to students seeking higher education and entrepreneurs launching small businesses, but did you know they’re also in the business of lending billions to automakers like Ford, Nissan and Tesla?
Mesa City Manager Honored as MPA Alumnus of the Year
Tuesday Nov 27 2018
Mesa City Manager Chris Brady addressed MPA students, advisory board members, and faculty at an awards luncheon held in his honor.
BYU Marriott Ranks in the Nation’s Top Ten for Entrepreneurship
Tuesday Nov 20 2018
The Princeton Review ranked BYU Marriott's undergraduate entrepreneurship program No. 4 and the graduate program No. 10 for 2019, making this the ninth straight year that BYU Marriott has placed in the top ten for both programs.
New HR Advisor Specializes in Leadership
Monday Nov 19 2018
Benjamin Galvin has been named the faculty advisor to the HR program and is dedicated to creating high-impact experiences for his students.
If at First You Don’t Succeed…
Friday Nov 16 2018
After conducting extensive primary research, Caleb Wagner and Tanner Beckstrand were sure that their business model was going to be a major success. But as fate would have it, the duo unexpectedly hit a roadblock along the way.
Fusion Promotes Community and Student Networking
Thursday Nov 15 2018
The lights were dim, music was playing, and food was offered to over 800 excited entrepreneurs on BYU campus at one of the largest entrepreneurial networking events in Utah. For the eighth year in a row, Fusion, sponsored by BYU Marriott’s Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (CET), promoted free-flowing conversation between students and local entrepreneurs.
BYU Marriott MBA Program Among Nation’s Best
Monday Nov 12 2018
With its Bloomberg Businessweek No. 5 ranking in learning, the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business MBA program continues its tradition of creating an environment that provides one of the best learning and collaborating opportunities for MBA candidates.
Women Tech Council Honors Two BYU Marriott Students
Monday Nov 12 2018
Two BYU Marriott information systems students were among three finalists for the Women Tech Council Student Pathways Award.
To BYU or Not to BYU—That Was the Question
Friday Nov 02 2018
When LTC Forrest "Chip" Cook was a high school student, he had a question: should he pursue his military interests or head to BYU—the university he had grown up loving? Much to his surprise, Cook would face a similar question nearly two decades later.
BYU Marriott Fares Well in National Rankings
Thursday Nov 01 2018
The BYU Marriott School of Business continues to impress, ranking well in several areas. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked BYU Marriott No. 35 for best undergraduate business programs in the nation.
BYU Awarded $1.14 Million International Business Grant
Wednesday Oct 31 2018
BYU will continue to function as one of just fifteen Centers for International Business Education and Research in the United States.
BYU Students Waste No Time Taking out the Trash
Tuesday Oct 30 2018
After conducting a simple test for efficient waste and recycling pickups, social innovator Matthew Liddle learned that the idea had greater potential than previously imagined.
Always Asking 'What's Next?'
Monday Oct 29 2018
Cindy Blair wasn’t always sure she wanted to teach, but whenever when life was uncertain, she would ask, “What’s next?” and keep moving forward. This mentality shaped the course of her career and continues to inspire her teaching and research at BYU.
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.