BYU Helps Nonprofit in Kansas City
Tuesday Feb 20 2018
While some students spent much of their Christmas break watching Hallmark movies, thirty-six Brigham Young University students were hard at work at the 2017 Alliance Management Institute, an annual nonprofit conference.
A Noteworthy Narrative
Wednesday Nov 22 2017
Alyssa Flake no longer sings a cappella with BYU's renowned female musical group, but her TR internship at a female treatment center was nothing short of noteworthy.
Big Steps Forward
Thursday Oct 12 2017
Their internship at Steps Recovery sent them cycling, climbing, and crafting—but for this pair of TR alumni, summer activities were far more than just play.
New U.S. News Rankings Released
Tuesday Sep 12 2017
Undergraduate programs at BYU and the Marriott School of Business rose to new heights in the latest rankings from U.S. News and World Report.
BYU Announces Business School Changes
Wednesday Aug 30 2017
The Brigham Young University Board of Trustees has approved a change to the name of the university's business school and two of its departments in addition to changing seven undergraduate emphases to majors.
Marriott School Graduates Honored
Friday Apr 28 2017
Alfred Gantner, cofounder of Partners Group and an MBA alum, shared his insights on a balanced life as the featured speaker at convocation on 28 April.
Marriott School Honors Faculty, Staff
Friday Apr 21 2017
Michael Thompson, Shane Allred, and others were recognized at the annual Marriott School Awards Luncheon for their contributions to the university and their respective fields.
Humble Beginnings Get Big Break
Nonprofit minor stands out with national recognition Friday Jan 20 2017
Since its humble beginnings in 2008, the nonprofit minor at Brigham Young University is better than ever—and now has the hardware to prove it. The program received the Campus Program Excellence Award during the Alliance Management Institute national conference last month.
U.S. News Ranks Marriott School
Tuesday Sep 13 2016
When it comes to getting a superb education for a reasonable cost, BYU again ranks as one of the best in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Advice From The Dean
Friday Aug 26 2016
Dean Lee Perry sat down for a Q&A to offer his thoughts on how Marriott School students can make the most out of their new semester.
Zabriskie Named Leisure Sciences Fellow
Thursday Aug 18 2016
Ramon Zabriskie loves to get outdoors and have fun, but that doesn’t mean his career takes a hike. Seventeen years of teaching and dedicated research marked the trail for Zabriskie, a professor in the Department of Recreation Management, to become the department’s first elected fellow in the Academy of Leisure Sciences.
Therapeutic Recreation Receives Awards
Monday May 16 2016
The Utah Recreation Therapy Association honored the Therapeutic Recreation Club and 2016 graduate Ashley Nelson for their service in the community.
Marriott Prof Studies "Crunch Effect"
New study shows food sound is an important sensory cue in the eating experience Wednesday Mar 16 2016
New doctor’s orders: No earbuds, no music, and no watching TV while eating.
Top Marriott School Stories of 2015
Thursday Dec 31 2015
The Marriott School had an amazing 2015. Here's a list of some of our top stories of the year featuring our outstanding students, faculty and alumni.
Hail Mary Leads to Quiz Bowl Title
Thursday Oct 08 2015
The Brigham Young University football team converted two desperation passes last month in heart-stopping wins over Nebraska and Boise State. But in Las Vegas last month, there was another BYU team making magic on its own last-second Hail Mary.
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.
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.
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.
Welcome Back and Get on Track
Monday Jan 05 2015
If you're just enrolling or want to get involved, learn how to make the most of your undergraduate Marriott School experience.
Business Study Abroad Programs Highlighted in Kick-off Events
Tuesday Jan 21 2014
Winter semester has just begun but students at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management are already gearing up for this summer’s study abroad programs hosted by the Whitmore Global Management Center.