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  • BYU Marriott MBA Students Receive Hawes Scholars Award Friday Jun 09 2023

    Ten BYU Marriott MBA students were announced as the recipients of 2023 Hawes Scholars Award—an honor that carries the highest distinction given to MBA students at the school and a cash award of $10,000.

  • Becoming Your Own Role Model Monday Jun 05 2023

    Jenn Larson was just 14 years old when she took over the bookkeeping for her family’s dairy farm near Firth, Idaho. She soon saw firsthand how challenging it was for her parents, who lacked any college education, to properly manage the unpredictable revenues of farming. This experience ignited a lifelong passion for finance, and it led her down an unexpected path to becoming a role model she never had.

  • 2023 Stoddard Prize Winners Announced Friday Jun 02 2023

    The MBA program at the BYU Marriott School of Business announced the winners of the 2023 George E. Stoddard Prize, an award given to second-year MBA students studying finance who display leadership and academic excellence.

  • Adjusting to the Game Plan Wednesday May 31 2023

    Growing up, Zack Fox enjoyed spending most of his time on the football field. Although Fox’s football playing days are mostly behind him now, the lessons he learned on the field— especially the importance to always “show up”—apply throughout his life and in his new role as an assistant professor of accounting.

  • Waste Not, Want Not Thursday May 25 2023

    Passionate about garbage and eliminating solid waste pollution in the developing world, Ryan Caplin, is not wasting his time. Now an Oxford Pershing Square Scholar, Caplin credits the Ballard Center for Social Impact at the BYU Marriott School of Business for giving him the tools to take on trash.

  • Zipping through Experiences Tuesday May 23 2023

    Katelyn Bell, a senior in the ExDM program at BYU Marriott, helped plan the launch for the Sorensen Center for Moral and Ethical Leadership, which included a zipline across Brigham Square on campus.

  • BYU Grad Programs Shine in 2023-2024 Edition of U.S. News Rankings Thursday May 18 2023

    BYU Law earns highest mark ever and BYU Marriott makes jump in latest edition of U.S. News rankings

  • Unique Values Lead HRM Students to Victory Tuesday May 16 2023

    Four teams from BYU Marriott took top places at the 2023 Society for Human Resource Management competition, which brought together undergrad and graduate teams from universities across Utah and New Mexico. Student competitors say Christ-centered learning in the human resource management program gives students a unique edge as well as confidence.

  • Whitmore Center Names 2023 Eccles Scholars Friday May 12 2023

    The Whitmore Global Business Center at the BYU Marriott School of Business named 13 first-year BYU Marriott MBA students as 2023 Eccles Scholars. The Eccles Scholars Award offers financial support to MBA students who are interested in and committed to international business.

  • Securing Skills and Success Outside the Classroom Monday May 08 2023

    Justin Giboney, an information systems (IS) professor at the BYU Marriott School of Business, understands that providing opportunities for students to hone their skills outside the classroom is essential for career development. In an IS course he teaches called Red Team vs. Blue Team, Giboney requires students to compete in four cybersecurity competitions during the semester.

  • Nathan Savage Invites 2023 Graduates to Live an Elevated Life Tuesday May 02 2023

    The BYU Marriott School of Business celebrated the accomplishments of more than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students at its convocation ceremonies in April. Prior to walking the stage to receive their diplomas, graduates heard remarks from selected individuals, including Nathan Savage, the president, CEO, and a board member of EnviroServe. Savage shared with graduates ways to elevate their lives by making decisions aligned with BYU Marriott’s vision, mission, and values.

  • From Professionalism to Connection Tuesday May 02 2023

    Students, employees, and executives typically work hard to present themselves professionally. Yet BYU Marriott management professor Kristen DeTienne, an example of professionalism herself, calls for something more. DeTienne says, “What’s that extra edge that helps you be effective and enjoy what you’re doing? It’s personal connection.”

  • Rollins Center Guides Student Tech Founders to Entrepreneurship Wins Monday May 01 2023

    Two tech startup teams from Brigham Young University won first and second place at the 2023 Utah State Lassonde Entrepreneurship Challenge. The students from the winning teams attribute their startup success to the mentor-heavy initiatives offered by the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology within the BYU Marriott School of Business.

  • ChatGPT Can’t Ace This Test, but Experts Think It Soon Will… What It Means for Teaching Friday Apr 28 2023

    Accounting faculty and students put ChatGPT to the test. The researchers say that while it still has work to do in the realm of accounting, it’s a game changer that will change the way everyone teaches and learns — for the better.

  • BYU Marriott 2023 Employee Awards Thursday Apr 27 2023

    At the April 2023 awards luncheon, BYU Marriott honored faculty, staff, and administrators across the college for their impact in their classrooms and workspaces.

  • Forging Her Own Path Wednesday Apr 26 2023

    Ashley Whitesides worked diligently to succeed academically as a student at the BYU Marriott School of Business, so it came as a surprise to those around her when she paused her college career in order to seize an unexpected full-time work opportunity. As she now approaches graduation years after first starting her college career, Whitesides is ready to once again forge her own unique path.

  • Finding Common Ground for Action Tuesday Apr 25 2023

    With the goal to enrich belonging on campus, the Experience Design Society (ExDS) and the Marriott Inclusion Business Society (MIBS) co-hosted "Sit with Me," an event focused on practicing collaborative dialogue.

  • Hurricane Heroism Friday Apr 21 2023

    For Parker Teshima, working as a Walmart merchant entails much more than negotiating with suppliers. A global supply chain management alumnus from BYU Marriott, Teshima ensures that shelves stay stocked with vital emergency preparedness items so people can purchase supplies even when natural disasters strike.

  • Ropin' Heels and Wheelin' Deals Wednesday Apr 19 2023

    Strategy continues to capture raw talent; this time, from America’s western planes. “12,000 cows, 200 horses, 1.2 million acres, all controlled via horseback as they did 200 years ago. I was in love with it,” says Mason Dahl, a seventh-generation cattleman and senior in the strategic management program at the BYU Marriott School of Business. Dahl sees himself as the future cowboy strategist of the beef industry.

  • Embracing the Family Business Monday Apr 17 2023

    For School of Accountancy professor Brant Christensen, educating others and teaching younger generations is the family business. Understanding that life as a student can be challenging, Christensen earnestly mentors his students at the BYU Marriott as his predecessors mentored him.