The team of four earned a spot in the semi-final round of the LEEDS Case Competition: Innovate for Impact at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
The Public Accounting Report's 2009 Annual Survey of Accounting Professors ranks both programs number one.
Samantha Casey, an undergraduate student studying marketing at Mason, was crowed Miss Virginia USA.
Fifteen students of the Mason School of Business used their fall break to learn about the financial services industry.
Students work with local firm to examine an information system designed to support the Recovery Audit Contractor Program
Petters, MBA '93, is the President of Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding in Newport News.
Bollywood at Miller Hall? Not exactly.
More than 600 people attended the ceremony which included remarks by the building's namesake and architect, and self-guided tours.
The Mason School of Business will host the grand opening of Alan B. Miller Hall on October 2, 2009.
Werbach, the global CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi S, challenged students to become personally engaged.
The members of the Executive MBA program’s Class of 2009 receive their diplomas in Miller Hall.
Universal Health Services CEO and Miller Hall's namesake, weighed in on the debate over healthcare reform in national media.
In July, Professors Scott Swan and Michael Luchs hosted a conference on Product Design.
The Master of Accounting program welcomes its largest class, a new assistant dean and a new program director.
In its latest ranking, Forbes cites the Mason School as a great return on investment.
Suppamas Sawatyanon, who will join the MBA Class of ’11 in the fall, has a plan: to expand the family business into the global market.
An excerpt from Dean Lawrence Pulley's remarks at the 2009 Diploma Ceremony.
On May 17, 2009, family, friends, faculty and staff of the Mason School of Business gathered at William & Mary Hall to celebrate the successes of our graduates.
Undergraduate and graduate students were inducted into the international honor society in business on March 20.
Assistant Professor Bradley Lindsey's research into offshore tax havens has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting Research.
Dan Ariely talks about the mind’s subtle tricks during recent visit
Students in Professor John Merrick's EMBA class had a substitute teacher - former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill.
William & Mary School of Business will host a follow-up to the fall 2008 Financial Crisis Forum on Thursday, March 26, 2009.
At the Mason School of Business, undergraduates are looking for more opportunities to learn about environmental and socially responsible practices, even beyond the classroom.
For the second straight year, the faculty of the College of William and Mary School of Business has received a perfect grade from the students, according to the BusinessWeek 2009 Best Undergraduate Schools ranking.
Professor Rahtz and 19 students toured Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand examining Southeast Asian business decisions and economies that affect the global community during a "working winter break."
“Thinking Like a Manager; Acting Like a Leader” will feature four business managers, each presenting a real management problem they have encountered.
Blythe McGarvie, CEO of Leadership International Finance Group, will launch the MBAA Distinguished Speakers Series.
Bertrand P. Collomb, former Chief Executive Officer of Lafarge SA, is the first Executive-in-Residence in the Laurie and John Andrews Speakers Series in Principled Business Leadership.
The fifth annual Navigant Consulting Case Competition brought together W&M alumni who work at Navigant Consulting with students, faculty and Executive Partners in an intense, twenty-four hour case competition.
Chancellor Sandra Day O'Connor, who retired as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, will speak with MBA students in conjunction with Charter Day activities.
Researchers at two U.S. universities are examining the long term strategic thinking used by industrial decision makers to build innovation capabilities and competencies for future competitive advantage.