In 2015, Professor Katherine Guthrie was honored with the two-year Mansfield professorship, and was given $10,000 worth of funds to spend on initiatives to benefit students. Guthrie used the majority of the funds to spearhead a diversity initiative in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
William & Mary students in the Full-Time MBA, Master of Accounting, and Master of Science in Business Analytics programs achieved record levels of support for the 2017 Class Gift.
Emily Anding Joins Groundbreaking Program for MBA Students and Young Executives
Industry leaders will guide Mason School students, faculty and administrators.
On Friday, February 24, full-time MBA students, professors, and staff participated in the highly anticipated 12th annual Mason Idol, a student talent show and auction featuring items donated by the Mason community.
Once again, William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business is ranked among the nation’s top graduate and professional schools according to the latest U.S. News & World Report findings.
Two teams of students at the Mason School of Business won the 2017 Carlyle Case Competition, held February 17 at William & Mary's Miller Hall. The Carlyle Group sponsors the challenge which provides students with the opportunity to put their education to work in a real-world, complex business situation.
The Trump administration and its impact on the nation's financial climate was the subject of the Mason School's fourth annual Financial Services Roundtable.
The new Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center is up and running this semester on the third floor of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
The Batten Fund, an investment portfolio managed by second year MBA students at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, reached $1 million for the first time in its history.
Paul Blossom, a William & Mary Professor of Operations and Information Technology at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, was recently awarded the Thomas and Teri Dungan BBA Teaching Fellowship Award.
Graduate Sam Pressler ’15, was recently named among the top 30 social entrepreneurs under the age of 30 by Forbes. Pressler, who studied finance at William & Mary,