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.
#MarriottGrad Breaks Through Barriers
Wednesday Apr 26 2017
By the numbers, Kim Chi Pham is an outlier. But it was a love of numbers that carried her through homesickness, past language barriers, and eventually placed her at the top of her field.
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.
AACSB Accreditation Extended
Marriott School and School of Accountancy continue to be recognized Wednesday Apr 19 2017
The BYU Marriott School has again earned AACSB accreditation, a hallmark of excellence in business education given to less than 5 percent of the world's business schools.
Graduate Programs Ranked Nationally
Thursday Mar 16 2017
The BYU MBA program maintained its national status in the U.S. News & World Report ranking, coming in at No. 34 in the country.
Cassy Budd: On Failure and Finishing
Wednesday Feb 15 2017
School of Accountancy professor Cassy Budd shared personal stories during Tuesday's school-wide devotional about recognizing the strength that comes from acknowledging personal weaknesses.
Students Place in Valuation Competition
Tuesday Feb 07 2017
Traveling to the Big Apple to compete in a big competition, three students came away with big connections and a big check.
Top 10 Marriott School Stories of 2016
Wednesday Dec 28 2016
The BYU Marriott School had another year full of achievements. Here's a list of our top stories of 2016.
Dunn Receives Alumni Achievement Award
Accounting alum delivers remarks during Homecoming Week Friday Oct 14 2016
Samuel C. Dunn, former senior vice president for Walmart and 1982 BYU accounting alumnus, was honored with the Marriott School of Management Alumni Achievement Award and delivered remarks to several hundred spectators in the Tanner Building on 14 October.
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.
Marriott School Welcomes New Faculty
Monday Sep 12 2016
Nine new faculty members joined the ranks of the Marriott School of Management as the 2016-17 school year began this month.
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.
Professor to Receive Outstanding Educator Award
Friday Aug 05 2016
The School of Accountancy's Douglas Prawitt has been honored by the American Accounting Association for his work in the classroom.
Marriott School Personnel Honored
Thursday May 05 2016
School of Accountancy professor Douglas Prawitt headlined this year's honorees at the annual school luncheon.
MAcc Students Place Among Top Competition
Students take second at Deloitte National Audit Case Tuesday May 03 2016
A School of Accountancy team recently took what they learned in class to cash in at the Deloitte National Audit Case Competition.
Marriott School Honors Bateman Awardees
Thursday Apr 28 2016
More than 500 people gathered in their business professional to attend an event students dubbed the “Oscars of Provo.” But instead of movie elite earning accolades, it was business students who were honored at the Marriott School of Management closing social.
Students Place at Deloitte Competition
Monday Jan 25 2016
A team of Brigham Young University accounting students earned a top honor at the national Deloitte FanTAXtic Case Study Competition, taking home the third-place prize and $5,000 in winnings.
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.
Exposure to Violence Leads to Unethical Behavior
Study by School of Accountancy's David Wood published in Journal of Business Ethics Wednesday Dec 02 2015
Coauthored by School of Accountancy professor David Wood, a study published in the Journal of Business Ethics found that exposure to human violence is strongly linked to an increase in cheating for monetary gain. In other words, violence may be making us less ethical.
Marriott School Welcomes New Professors
Friday Sep 11 2015
Five new faculty join the Marriott School of Management starting this fall, including four in the organizational leadership and strategy department and one in the School of Accountancy.