Skip to main content

Browse All Stories

2,950 results found
From active-duty commission to serving as a member of the Army Reserves, Jared Sturgell is earning his MBA at BYU Marriott while assisting BYU’s Army ROTC.
The global and community impact minor helps students from any major make an impact for good.
The Department of Information Systems coordinated with departments across campus in hosting cybersecurity camps to foster interest in technology and teach safe computer usage to youth and educators.
Understanding that there’s not one right path for everyone, teaching professor of accountancy Melissa Larson works to inspire confidence in students no matter their goals.
A surfer, a seamstress, and a storyteller. Despite having different interests, the Putnam siblings have each found their own way to help businesses do good through the Ballard Center.
Information systems student Mason Perry has seen how unexpected opportunities can lead to life changing moments.
Five students within the MBA program at the BYU Marriott School of Business received the 2023 Williams Innovative Leadership Award.
After diverting his route to wander into an institute of religion at the University of Oklahoma, Travis Ruddle found a new life and a new path that would one day lead to teaching in the MPA program at the BYU Marriott School of Business.
Finance student and Brigham Young University track runner Kate Thomas found how to change course when life put unexpected hurdles in her way.
Although millions are spent each year on entrepreneurship training that is intended to help alleviate poverty and elevate the quality of life of entrepreneurs in developing nations, these programs often fail to make an impact. BYU researchers and their colleagues have figured out at least one way to change that.
Jonathan Liljegren knew early on that he loved accounting, teaching, and the gospel of Jesus Christ. Now at BYU Marriott, he loves being able to combine all three.
Hooke was recently named a grand prize winner in Duke University’s annual New Ideas competition. The competition invites undergraduates from across the nation to submit business ideas aimed at “[contributing] to civil discourse and reducing polarization in society.”
Global supply chain assistant professor Brett Hathaway spends much of his free time summiting mountains. His career path has uniquely equipped him to provide perspective to students in their own journeys.
Far from her family and home back in Maryland, Alayna Grossnickle found comfort and camaraderie in the BYU Army ROTC.
Management professor Peter Madsen has always loved learning. With a 2-million-dollar NSF grant, Madsen is researching train traffic controllers’ use of algorithms.
As the class of 2023 enters the workforce, byu Marriott alumni and community members who have worked their way to executive positions share what they have learned as they have gone forth to serve.
New research shows that kind words have measurable impact on people in all walks of life, from those working in often unnoticed or undervalued positions to the coworker in the cubicle next to us. Praising others is a principle worth putting into practice, says Taeya Howell, assistant professor of organizational behavior and human resources.
Whether your business is large or small, preparing for emergencies of all types is time and money well spent. Planning ahead can keep your business afloat and even position you to come out ahead of the competition during challenging times.
We are all living a deliverance story, explains Michael S. Drake, K. Fred Skousen Professor of Accounting, in this condensed version of his byu devotional address. Deliverance is “a central and recurring theme of this film called mortality,” he says, and each of us can participate in the work of deliverance together with our Savior to ease the sufferings and burdens of others.
The MSB 380: Executive Leadership Series class is open to any student across campus and features a “fireside Q&A” format.
As he reflects on his life journey, emeritus general authority and MOB grad Larry Kacher says the unexpected stops have been most meaningful and the bumps along the way have proved most beneficial.
Is there such a thing as a good argument? It may not come naturally for many of us, but what writer Buster Benson calls “productive disagreement” can be learned and harnessed to make real change.
Often called “America’s best idea,” national parks preserve some of our country’s most stunning natural beauty. For more than a century, countless visitors have felt wonder as they’ve explored these unique sites.
The MPA program recognized Debby Tucker for her work to end domestic violence and sexual assault.