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  • Strategy Roots Lead to Ivy League Monday Apr 16 2018

    From BYU to Bain to Freshly Picked, alumna Angela Graves cultivates success wherever she goes. Next up? Harvard University.


  • A Global Supply Chain Rock Star Friday Apr 13 2018

    What does a BYU Marriott degree and celebrity rock concerts have in common? For alum Jeff Burns, they have everything to do with his profession.


  • Sawtooth Competition Sweep Friday Apr 13 2018

    BYU Marriott teams dominated at a recent marketing competition, with an MBA team and an undergraduate team claiming the top two spots.


  • A Hero's Journey Thursday Apr 12 2018

    Everyone has a story to tell. Personal stories are shared on social media and news outlets every day. But what about those whose voices are not heard?


  • Reflecting Back Wednesday Apr 11 2018

    As Catherine Gardiner prepares to leave BYU Marriott with diploma in hand, the ExDM major shares what she gained from her experiences in the Tanner Building.


  • A Venture Capital Victory Wednesday Apr 11 2018

    It was nothing but net for a BYU Marriott undergraduate team at the Venture Capital Investment Competition.


  • Life: Revealing Itself as it Goes Tuesday Apr 10 2018

    Life has not always gone according to plan for BYU Marriott adjunct professor Blair Giles. But for Giles, the unexpected ride has turned out to be greater than he could have imagined, including some quality time with one Jimmer Fredette.


  • BYU Startup Wins U of U Competition Monday Apr 09 2018

    Portal (formerly Piero), a student startup developing a revolutionary way to open doors for wheelchair users, took home the $40,000 grand prize and more at the 2018 Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.


  • Brudney Honored at Cornia Lecture Series Monday Apr 09 2018

    Dr. Jeffrey Brudney spoke on how universities can take the lead when improving relationships with their communities.


  • The Road to Change Wednesday Apr 04 2018

    Four BYU students put the brakes on human trafficking in Mexico through the Ballard Center's on-campus Social Innovation Projects.


  • Jenkins Wins AIS Early Career Award Tuesday Apr 03 2018

    Jeff Jenkins, assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems, was recognized for quickly becoming one of the top researchers worldwide.


  • Creating Experiences Illuminates a Passion Tuesday Apr 03 2018

    MBA alumna Maria Tedjamulia's path is inspiring her to help other women experience their own grand personal and professional journeys.


  • A Night of Celebration Monday Apr 02 2018

    BYU Marriott students put papers and projects aside to honor the Bateman Award recipients at the school's closing banquet.


  • Readying for an AI Takeover Monday Apr 02 2018

    While robots and machines have not yet taken over the world, a team of BYU Marriott undergraduate students helped Microsoft prepare for combat at a recent competition.


  • Kevin Stocks Retires After 35-Year Career Friday Mar 30 2018

    Many professors dive right into the class material when the bell rings. Kevin Stocks, on the other hand, started every single lecture of his thirty-five year career by focusing on a principle of the gospel.


  • New Resource To Inform Social Impact Friday Mar 30 2018

    Whether it is adult literacy in Alabama or domestic violence in Nigeria, learning more about social issues and how to make an impact for good in solving them can be difficult. So many organizations are tackling the seemingly endless amount of issues, but where can one go for accurate information? 


  • Nissin Takes Pointers from BYU Marriott Students Thursday Mar 29 2018

    How would you invest $10 million dollars? BYU Marriott School of Business students answered this question in front of a panel of executives at the Nissin Global Supply Chain Management Case Competition.


  • Entrepreneurship Skills Shared Globally Wednesday Mar 28 2018

    Professor Chad Carlos is making the world his campus by teaching BYU Marriott entrepreneurship principles across the globe.


  • Can a New Nonprofit Succeed? Tuesday Mar 27 2018

    Public administration professor Robert Christensen's new research seeks to answer whether or not there are too many nonprofits in the market.


  • $1 Million in Board Games Tuesday Mar 27 2018

    Three successful Kickstarter campaigns later, strategy alum Travis Hancock and his wife, Holly, are making their board game business a family affair.