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After living and working in Seattle, New York, and Ohio, Jon Kerr—a brand-new School of Accountancy professor, tax law fanatic, and part-time beekeeper has circled back to BYU—the place where his family and his dreams of teaching began.
Years after pivotal conversations with her own undergraduate advisor, Heidi Engh become an advisor at BYU Marriott.
BYU Marriott student Danny Dudley studies strategy to bring his passion for environmental conservation issues to business.
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In the last decade, multigenerational living—or residing in homes that include at least two generations of adults or homes that have grandparents living with grandchildren under age 25—has nearly quadrupled in the United States.
In an uncertain world, are you ready for the next curveball? The first in a series of articles to help you evaluate and improve your preparedness.
By the time they get to college, most students have gotten rid of their childhood toys. But in BYU Marriott’s Experience Design and Management (ExDM) program, professors encourage students to play with toys—in fact, it’s a requirement for one class.
BYU Marriott alumna Krislyn Powell has a knack for creating connections, whether as a yogi, an administrator, or a volunteer.
The BYU Marriott School of Business, in conjunction with the BYU Sorensen Center for Moral and Ethical Leadership, hosted the inaugural Faith and Belief at Work case competition in February.
BYU leads the nation in the number of students who go on to earn PhDs, and BYU Marriott’s dedicated mentoring and pre-PhD prep tracks are some of the reasons why.
When Yara Anabtawi was a student at BYU, her insatiable curiosity and her love for a wide variety of subjects made choosing a major difficult.
“Go, Cougs!” is still Adam Vandermyde’s enthusiastic cheer more than a decade after graduating from BYU Marriott’s MBA program in 2008. Through the years, Vandermyde has continued to support his alma mater by cheering for BYU sports and by hiring more than 150 BYU graduates to work at his companies.
Even as a young child, Darci Schurig had a love for entrepreneurship. In elementary school, she remembers riding the school bus and selling bracelets and Play-Doh to her classmates.
Adjunct marketing professor Scott Rackham brings his experienced flavor to the classroom.
Mom of four Liz Mumford knows her way around the school system. Elected to the Davis Board of Education, Mumford is a student in the MPA program
Beginning with the fall 2022 semester, BYU Marriott School of Business students graduating from the bachelor of science and master of accountancy programs will receive a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) designation with their degree.
Rosemary O’Leary, a renowned researcher and professor in the public management field, received the 2023 Gary C. Cornia Lecture Series Award from the Romney Institute of Public Service and Ethics at the BYU Marriott School of Business. O’Leary, who has written 13 books and more than 135 articles on public management, presented her work on ethics and guerilla government at the award luncheon.
'The challenge for leaders is to learn how to be more like Mr. Spock'
The BYU Marriott School of Business held its annual Healthcare Industry Network Conference during the fall 2022 semester.
Searching for a career where she could pursue her passions and use her skills, Lexi Shaw turned to the BYU Marriott School of Business and discovered an unlikely candidate: global supply chain management (GSCM). This program helped Shaw, now a senior
In December 2022, BYU Marriott alum Scott Adams retired after 30 years of service as the CEO of Pullman Regional Hospital in Washington state.
The BYU Marriott School of Business welcomed the international Experience Research Society (EXPRESSO) for its third annual Seven Experiences Summit.
When she was in fourth grade, Michaela Horn wanted to run for class president. So when the sign-up sheet landed on her desk, she wrote her name down.
David Wilson loves getting to the heart of things, whether he is breaking down complicated ideas in the classroom or busting down walls to renovate his house.