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  • Second-Time SEOY Tuesday May 22 2018

    In 2016, Sam Ballard took home the title of Student Entrepreneur of the Year for his dental lab. This year, the entrepreneurship senior was crowned champion for the second time.


  • Of Potential and Potential Energy Friday May 18 2018

    Networking with royalty is just another day on the job for Joe Onstott, whose work for an international nuclear fusion project has landed him and his family in southern France for the past nine years.


  • Maintaining Perspective Friday May 18 2018

    BYU Marriott finance professor Todd Mitton always strives to see the big picture, which enables him to spread his influence through the Tanner Building and beyond.


  • Confidence Keys Success Thursday May 17 2018

    Information systems students took a unique approach in a business case for the NHL's Minnesota Wild. Their findings secured the team third place at the CoMIS Competition.


  • Opening New Types of Research Wednesday May 16 2018

    "I use video data to help people see what they are unaware of." BYU Marriott professor Curtis LeBaron is leading the way in tapping into the burgeoning power of video.


  • All in the Family Wednesday May 16 2018

    Laura Warner Torgesen's heritage in academia, including BYU legend Karl G. Maeser, have led her to blaze a pioneering path of her own.


  • Female Founders Honored Tuesday May 15 2018

    The first-ever Sego Awards recognized the top female entrepreneurs in Utah, including multiple BYU Marriott alumnae.


  • Loving the "Terror" of Teaching Monday May 14 2018

    Monte Swain feels a rush when standing at the front of a classroom. That rush has energized him for nearly 30 years of teaching at BYU Marriott.


  • Call to Public Service Monday May 14 2018

    After improving the election process in Utah and a push from friends, Kelleen Potter is seeking success as the mayor of Heber City.


  • NetTrekking across America Thursday May 10 2018

    As a recruiting trip coordinator, accounting senior Hunter Wixom quite literally gives accounting students a foot in the door at some of the top companies in the country.


  • Valuing Life’s Unexpected Course Wednesday May 09 2018

    Throughout his career, Curtis LaClaire, a BYU Marriott MBA alum, has learned the importance of working hard, maintaining a healthy work life balance, and enjoying life's unexpected adventure.


  • Establishing a Name in Venture Capital Tuesday May 08 2018

    The BYU Marriott MBA used a few secret weapons to claim its second Venture Investment Capital Competition title and solidify its spot as a top school in VC education.


  • Pinning Success Tuesday May 08 2018

    Phil Andersen, BYU Marriott marketing alum and partner team manager at Pinterest, knows a thing or two about proactively achieving professional success.


  • Alum Brings Characters to Life Friday May 04 2018

    Ashley Emig helps ideas and concepts come alive in a retail store near you.


  • The Next Adventure Friday May 04 2018

    BYU Marriott MBA alum Andrea Cordani is grateful he took a leap of faith that landed him in Provo and directed him towards a fulfilling career.


  • Thompson, New Book Featured Wednesday May 02 2018

    What if you could have success and fulfillment in equal measure? KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talked to Romney Institute professor Jeff Thompson about the secret to finding your true calling.


  • NeoLife Ventilator Ready for FDA Approval Wednesday May 02 2018

    The new device, a simplified CPAP machine with ventilation designed for use on infants, was created in part by BYU students to help small, rural hospitals in developing countries where newborn resuscitation equipment often isn’t available.


  • Welcome to Design Thinking Monday Apr 30 2018

    Some problems in life have one simple solution. But what about those that don't? BYU Marriott students and faculty are using design thinking to solve "wicked problems."


  • BYU Marriott Awards Honor Personnel Wednesday Apr 25 2018

    Faculty, staff, and administrators received recognition for their outstanding teaching, research, and service during the school’s annual year-end awards luncheon.


  • Deeply Rooted in SHRM Wednesday Apr 25 2018

    Jorgen Rasmussen has always been heavily involved in SHRM. He now hopes to contribute to its growth as the organization's new president.