EY achieves the highest percentage giving rate among big four firms in Accounting Firms Giving Competition.
MBA student, Will Meeker, won the men’s single scull (1x) at the American Collegiate Rowing Association’s (ACRA) national championship in Gainesville, Georgia.
Students from the Mason School take first place in the national "Up to Us" competition and receive recognition from President Bill Clinton.
Associate Dean Ken White presented findings from the Tomorrow's MBA project along with Max Rapp, PhD. of HYVE at the HCI Conference.
“Private gifts provide needed support for our students and faculty each year, and we are truly grateful for the thoughtful contributions from the Class of 2016,” said Dean Larry Pulley. “This is a very positive outcome on many levels.”
Dedication to scholarship, community, and the desire to make a positive difference in the lives of others is the foundation of principled leadership and the cornerstone of the educational experience at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
The Mason School of Business recently received a generous gift to fund teaching and research in its Executive MBA program.
(L-R Abbey Doski, George Rudebusch, Christina Devon)
The Washington Area Alumni Business Alliance (WAABA) held its sixth annual reception last week at the Ritz-Carlton in Tyson's Corner.
Success in today’s business climate requires an understanding of international policy and economic conditions in countries across the globe.
Mason School team makes it five out of the last six years with this year's CFA Research Challenge victory.
The William & Mary Online MBA program hosted its inaugural residency this February. Online MBA student and freelance writer, Leslie McCullough, describes the experience.
Bloomberg Businessweek recently announced its annual ranking of undergraduate business programs. Mason School jumps up ten spots to #12.
On Friday, March 25, Full-Time Mason School of Business MBA students, faculty and staff participated in the annual Mason Idol, a talent show and charity auction that raised $6,700 for Kidz ‘N Grief.
(Photo by Arvin Nundloll) Fourteen Full-Time and Flex MBA students from the Mason School of Business, led by Professor Don Rahtz, traveled to Japan during Spring Break for the 2016 Global Immersion trip.
A Raymond A. Mason School of Business graduate has been included in Forbes Magazine’s inaugural “30 under 30 Asia” list. Pocket Yiqing Sun, who graduated from William and Mary in 2013, was named to the 2016 class for her success in the field of finance.
The Peace Corps and ALEX AND ANI have teamed up to launch a new jewelry collection in support of the Let Girls Learn initiative which seeks to expand educational opportunities for females around the world.
Cutting-edge curriculum prepares students for high-earning careers in business analytics.
Karen Locke, Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business was chosen as the next Pat and Margaret Walsh Professor in Ethics and Business Leadership.
Net Impact, a student organization at William & Mary’s Mason School of Business, focuses on equipping future businesspeople to act in socially responsible and environmentally conscious ways, thereby improving the world around them.
For the last six months, Michael Luchs, Associate Professor at the College of William & Mary’s Mason School of Business, has traveled the country con-ducting fieldwork on “consumer wisdom.”
The student organizations at the Mason School of Business connect students from a diverse array of majors to the resources of the Business School, helping them explore careers, gain valuable academic insight, and connect with like-minded peers. These clubs have been keeping busy this semester.
Mason School Contest Named Among ‘Most Innovative Business School Ideas of 2015’ The Mason School's innovative crowdsourcing effort, “Tomorrow’s MBA: Co-Creating the Future of Business Education,” was featured in Poets and Quants "Most Innovative Business School Ideas Of 2015."