When COVID-19 started negatively impacting the economy a year ago, William & Mary M.B.A. students stepped up to help local small businesses.
According to recent studies, approximately 28 percent of information systems faculty at U.S. colleges and universities are women.
At the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, a team of intellectually curious and highly-collaborative professionals lead efforts to develop and implement multidisciplinary approaches to improve the academic experience for students in both the graduate and undergraduate business programs.
On March 30 at 12 PM ET, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business Diversity & Inclusion Committee will present a panel discussion on “What Companies Are Doing to Stand Up Against Racism”.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to announce the induction of over 100 new members into the scholastic honor society Beta Gamma Sigma for the 2020-2021 academic school year.
The Graduate Career Management Center (GCMC) will host a “Just in Time” networking and employment recruitment event on Friday, March 26th from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM ET.
Continuing its tradition of innovation and discovery, William & Mary celebrated the opening of its Esports Training and Research Center on Thursday.
Keiter Leads Regional Firms in Annual Challenge Among William & Mary Alumni.
Adrienne Streater, MBA ’14 first learned about the William & Mary Flex MBA program while working at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard as a nuclear engineer.
Sarah Graessle, MAcc ’20, who considers herself an unconventional student, the flexibility to begin her graduate business education in the spring aligned with her professional goals and ultimately drove her decision to attend the business school.
Adjunct Business Law Instructor and Executive Partner James Boswell, BA ’86, recently assumed chairmanship of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business’s Diversity & Inclusion Climate Subcommittee.
“William & Mary’s boot camp was a major pull and drove my decision to apply to this program. It helped me to successfully transition from an undergraduate student to graduate school,” said Jordan Secrist MAcc '21.
Clinical Associate Professors Pamela Schlosser and Rachel Chung led Machine Learning I and Machine Learning II respectively during the fall 2020 academic session.
The Mason School celebrates the 63-year professional legacy of the William & Mary alumnus, business school benefactor, and namesake of Miller Hall and the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center.
There are many individuals who tirelessly dedicate themselves to Miller Hall and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business on a daily basis. Let’s meet a few of these members of the Tribe who bring Miller Hall to life.
As the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management for the Raymond A. Mason School of Business portfolio of Online graduate business programs, Kevin Holmes is the conduit between university partners, prospective online students, and the Mason School’s Center for Online Learning.
Diversity is a word that can be used to thread together the professional life of Montique Warren, MBA ’14.
William & Mary achieves impressive U.S. News & World Report rankings for two online graduate business programs
In our ongoing series dedicated to Miller Hall, we previously took an in-depth look at the functional operations of this beloved building and its grounds. But how did Miller Hall become the home of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business?
Tommy Latino, OMBA ’22 recently published his findings related to his work developing a highly unbiased, predictive hiring model that uses demographically neutral personality traits to quantify the suitability of litigation and transactional attorney applicants at law firms.
Eldridge today announced a collaboration with The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance to develop a series of courses for students of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
Mason School to Host Community Leaders for a Free, Virtual Discussion on The Black Experience on Tuesday, January 26th at 12 PM EST.