2018 News Stories

Atrium with Pierre and students
Undergrads Weigh In On Top 10 Favorite Business School Classes

Registration is just around the corner, and that means students are starting to feel anxious about what courses to choose for next term. But luckily for students at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, there's no shortage of amazing options.

Frances McGlothlin
Frances G. McGlothlin '66 Receives Honorary Degree

McGlothlin is a philanthropist whose generosity has benefited many arts, medical and educational institutions, including the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary.

Stack of books
Top 10 Great Reads According to Undergrad Business Students

At William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business, students read all the time, and not just business-related books. Though business students have busy schedules packed with classes, clubs and networking, most still find time during the semester to crack open a good book for fun.

TechDay unites big data needs with tomorrow's up and coming workforce

William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is focused on adapting today’s curriculum to meet the needs of companies in the technology industry. Equipping students with big data knowledge and how to apply analytics in terms of driving company results is helping to craft the ideal candidates for big tech companies.

Tania Bukach
From costume design to a MAcc

Tania Bukach never planned to be an accountant. Originally from the west coast of Canada, Bukach graduated from the University of Richmond in 2012 with an interdisciplinary studies degree focused on historic costume design.

SMA NYC group
SMA Takes on NYC

Immersive. That’s the way 18 members of William & Mary’s Student Marketing Association described the trip they took in February to New York City. They embarked on a three-day excursion to experience firsthand some of the world’s top marketing executives in action, many of whom are alumni of W&M’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.

Ken Bouyer
Building a better world through diversity and inclusion

Ken Bouyer develops and implements the global recruiting strategy for Ernst & Young, but he is the first to acknowledge that an emphasis on diversity was nearly nonexistent when he joined the firm in 1990.

Entrepreneurship Center
Have what it takes to build a web-based business?

Students interested in learning more about starting and operating online businesses are invited to Entrepreneurship Week: Building a Web-based Business, an event sponsored by the student-led Miller Center Fellows at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.

Wagih Dafashy
Professor Wagih Dafashy

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of beloved Professor Wagih Dafashy who passed away on Friday at his home in Williamsburg at the age of 78.

Military members
From Military to MBA

Military personnel from across the country make Williamsburg their temporary home as they undertake a new endeavor. In the full-time MBA program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, 20 percent of students are active-duty military members or veterans.

msba graduate classroom
The changing face of business education

William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is highlighted for developing the unique program that allows participants to earn a Master of Science Degree in Business Analytics in 10 months. The program requires full-time enrollment and intensive coursework. Students complete the program as a cohort.