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Brigham Young University senior Kylee Black sat in anxious anticipation as teams were called up to the stage of the 2024 Utah Entrepreneurship Challenge. Third place was announced, then second place was awarded. For Black, the next moments were unforgettable.
Eight MBA students within the BYU Marriott School of Business received the 2024 Hawes Scholars Award—an honor that carries the highest distinction given to BYU Marriott MBA students and a cash award of $10,000.
The MBA program at the BYU Marriott School of Business announced the winners of the 2024 George E. Stoddard Prize, an award given to second-year MBA students studying finance who display leadership and academic excellence.
Six MBA students at BYU Marriott received the 2024 Williams Leadership Scholar Award for their demonstration of extraordinary leadership that embodies the values of BYU Marriott.
Many faculty at the BYU Marriott School of Business travel with and teach students on semester-long trips to other parts of the world. But on their separate visits to the African continent, Tom Meservy and Kristin DeTienne didn’t teach courses or sightsee with students. Through the Faculty Development in International Business program, these professors researched the business practices of other countries and returned with new insights to bring to their classrooms and their research.
The Whitmore Global Business Center at the BYU Marriott School of Business named 11 first-year BYU Marriott MBA students as 2024 Eccles Scholars. The Eccles Scholars Award offers financial support to MBA students who are interested in and committed to international business.
At the annual awards ceremony, the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business recently recognized a selection of faculty, staff, and administrators for their exemplary leadership in teaching, research, faith, and service.
Each fall Peter Ward leads his students as they climb Rock Canyon’s rugged walls. Both in rock-climbing classes or ExDM research classes, Ward teaches students how to interlace academic and spiritual studies.
At the 2024 convocation ceremonies, BYU Marriott MBA alumna Ruth Todd encourages graduates to keep an upward trajectory so they can accomplish the task of transforming a world.
The Romney Institute of Public Service and Ethics at the BYU Marriott School of Business honored Amanda Rutherford, a professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University and a scholar in the field of public administration, with the 2024 Gary C. Cornia Award.
Claire Keller Busco is no stranger to success, both in the classroom and in the workforce. As a strategy student at the BYU Marriott School of Business—a place where she has found opportunities around every corner—Keller attributes it all to a habit she can’t seem to kick: saying yes.
To senior Seth Knowlton, the president of the Marketing Association, succeeding in a leadership role isn’t about being a natural leader—it’s about being passionate, involved, and invested in helping others do their best.
Emma Lindberg has always set a high bar for herself—setting big goals and working hard to accomplish them. Although life hasn’t always gone as planned, she continues to overcome her challenges and find new ways to grow.
The BYU Marriott School of Business recently awarded nine undergraduate students with the 2024 Bateman Award for their commitment to academic excellence and selfless service, and for demonstrating the college’s vision, mission, and values. Award recipients were presented with a certificate and a monetary prize.
Drawing from her own educational experience, assistant teaching professor Katy Reese guides students in developing the confidence needed to confront and conquer complex IS concepts.
Air Force ROTC cadet Easton Allsop’s journey to become a pilot began in Bodney, England—the place where his great-grandfather trained to be a pilot and where Allsop first foresaw his own future.
The department chair and a professor of finance at BYU Marriott, Taylor Nadauld thanks his 25-year-old self for choosing to leave a lucrative position on Wall Street to earn a PhD.
Mariyah Housari, daughter of a Palestinian refugee and an MPA student at BYU Marriott, has come full circle as she strives to help modern-day Palestinian refugees.
As a graduate of the MBA program at the BYU Marriott School of Business, Christian Da Silva knows that education opens the door of opportunity. With the help of loving friends and family and a Cardon International Sponsorship from the Whitmore Global Business Center, Da Silva discovered ways to continue his education and shape a better future.
In the quest to alleviate poverty, BYU researchers are discovering how a growth mindset matters as much as a skill set.
Drawing upon her experiences in the professional and academic worlds, associate professor Abigail Allen shares how followers of Christ can represent His Church.
In a newly created section of Finance 490R: Topics in Finance, Todd Mitton shares the basics and the beauties of the emerging and revolutionary field of decentralized finance.
Now in its 40th year, the N. Eldon Tanner Building is as busy and vibrant as ever, serving as home base to six graduate and nine undergraduate programs.
Under brilliant lights, Mark Dickson spoke to a crowd hanging on his every word. He was a 20-something college student refereeing a BYU Intramural Sports flag football game, and for him, the stakes had never been higher.