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  • Forbes Ranks BYU MBA No. 21 Wednesday Sep 09 2015

    The BYU MBA program's low costs and high salary return led to a top placement in Forbes' biennial rankings.

  • Professor Honored at University Conference Friday Aug 28 2015

    Colby Wright, assistant finance professor at the Marriott School of Management, received a Teaching and Learning Faculty Fellowship at Brigham Young University’s annual University Conference on August 24.

  • Violinist Phenom Receives Her Degree Friday Aug 14 2015

    Musician Lindsey Stirling joined around 200 of her classmates at Marriott School convocation Friday. Stirling, who graduated with a degree in therapeutic recreation, also performed her original number, "Take Flight," at the ceremony.

  • Albrecht Honored with Lifetime Service Award Wednesday Aug 12 2015

    Brigham Young University School of Accountancy professor W. Steve Albrecht was honored Wednesday with the American Accounting Association Lifetime Service Award for his more than 40 years’ worth of contributions to the accounting profession.

  • BYU Named a Top Entrepreneurial University Thursday Aug 06 2015

    Brigham Young University came in at No. 17 on Forbes' list of the Most Entrepreneurial Research Universities. The publication ranked the country’s most entrepreneurial schools based on the numbers of alumni and students who have identified themselves as founders and business owners on LinkedIn.

  • Dean Perry Attends White House Convening Wednesday Aug 05 2015

    Dean Lee Perry is joining fellow business school leaders from across the country today at a convening at the White House focusing on opportunities to encourage success for women in business.

  • Taysom Trades Football for Venture Capital Monday Aug 03 2015

    USA Today featured finance major Taysom Hill and the influence his Marriott School education and summer internship at Pelion Venture Partners has had on his future plans.

  • Lundberg Named Recreation Management Chair Friday Jul 31 2015

    The Marriott School of Management recently appointed Neil Lundberg as the chair of the Brigham Young University Department of Recreation Management, succeeding Patti Freeman. Lundberg will begin his term August 1.

  • Accounting's Troy Lewis Testifies at House Hearing Monday Jul 27 2015

    Troy Lewis, a BYU School of Accountancy alum and current adjunct professor, testified during a U.S. House of Representatives committee hearing titled, "How Tax Compliance Obligations Hinder Small Business Growth" held July 22.

  • Alum David Corless Earns CMA Medal Thursday Jul 23 2015

    When David Corless took the CMA exam earlier this year, he was fortunate. As a student at BYU completing his master’s degree in accounting, he had been awarded a CMA Scholarship and received a number of benefits to make preparing for the exam that much easier. What he didn’t expect was that he’d also earn an outstanding test score.

  • Peace like a river: One veteran's struggle with PTSD Serving in the armed forces left Warren Price with deep emotional scars. He found hope in grad school and now wants to help others who suffer from PTSD. Tuesday Jul 14 2015

    Warren Price is about to step in waist-high water on the middle Provo River when a bull moose saunters up the pedestrian bridge 30 yards to the south.

  • ROTC Instructor Promoted to Rank of Major Colleagues and students celebrate the service of Major Jeffrey Timmons Wednesday Jun 24 2015

    Jeff Timmons' service in the Middle East as well as his time both as a student and an assistant professor of military science at BYU was celebrated as he received a promotion to the rank of major in the United States Army.

  • BYU Information Systems Students Shine at Leadership Conference Wednesday Jun 03 2015

    Brigham Young University information systems students earned three awards at the 2015 Association for Information Systems Student Chapter Leadership Conference in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

  • BYU Hosts International Business Model Competition More than $150,000 awarded to student-founded businesses Tuesday May 12 2015

    Kaitek Labs, a student-founded company based in Santiago, Chile, took home more than $30,000 in winnings at the International Business Model Competition held at Brigham Young University. This marks the first time an international team has won first place in the history of the event.

  • BYU Companies Recognized at Statewide Event Tuesday May 05 2015

    Brigham Young University student companies took six of the top seven slots at the Utah Student 25, an annual competition recognizing Utah’s top student-founded businesses.

  • First Ever My Choose To Give Campaign a Success Tuesday Apr 21 2015

    The Marriott School of Management successfully launched its student-run and student-focused fundraising campaign, My Choose To Give, this past semester to help establish a spirit of giving.

  • GMC Hosts High School Business Language Competition Tuesday Apr 21 2015

    Teenagers from across Utah gathered at Brigham Young University to put their Spanish and marketing skills to the test at the High School Business Language Competition hosted by the Whitmore Global Management Center.

  • KiLife Tech Sets Record at Rice Business Plan Competition BYU student technology startup wins over $700,000. Monday Apr 20 2015

    Many Brigham Young University students graduating this weekend will be getting checks from family and friends to help them as they begin their new careers. Few, however, will be getting the more than $700,000 BYU MBA student Spencer Behrend received last Saturday.

  • Miller New Venture Challenge Final Crowns Newest Winners More than $100,000 in cash prizes were awarded in the event Friday Apr 17 2015

    Cash prizes totaling six figures were at stake for the top 20 BYU student-run companies participating in the Miller New Venture Challenge Final hosted by the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.

  • Scott Sampson Receives Outstanding Faculty Award Friday Apr 17 2015

    The Marriott School of Management honored Scott Sampson, professor of global supply chain management, with the Outstanding Faculty Award at the school’s annual award presentation. In addition to Sampson, 14 faculty, staff and administrators were also recognized.