This year, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to celebrate the fourth year in a row of placing 100% of full-time MBA students in successful and well-aligned summer internships.
On June 13th, a group of business professionals from Bioventus, a cutting edge orthobiologics company, stood in a circle in Miller Hall’s Innovation & Design Studio at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary.
This year the EPs program is celebrating its 20th anniversary. From humble roots—born of a simple desire to connect students to retired or working executive who could help them navigate studies and careers—the program has become one of the signature features of William & Mary business education.
As the fall semester starts, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary is welcoming eight new faculty members to campus.
Through the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary, the Center for Corporate Education (CCE) provides executive education experiences to develop the skills professionals need to be successful.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to announce the final results of the 2018 Accounting Firms Giving Competition.
This week, July 9th-13th, the Center for Corporate Education will host a five-day Certificate in Business Management program with participants from Smithfield Foods. This certification is one of many open enrollment programs the William & Mary School of Business offers throughout the year.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business would like to welcome Robert S. McKenna as the Chamber’s new President and CEO. McKenna’s active involvement in the Chamber since attaining this new role in February signals a new vitality for the Peninsula area, as well as growth for the business community.
Since 1997, Chesapeake’s MiCar Collision Center has been the epitome of a family business – right down to the name. When starting their auto repair business, Mike and Carolyn Maddox took the first letters of their first names, signaling both what they do and their personal commitment to the business.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business welcomed more than 300 MBA graduates and guests from across five decades for its first MBA Alumni Weekend held last month.
In today’s fast-changing economy, businesses are more focused than ever on entrepreneurship and innovation. Not surprisingly, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is responding.
This annual award acknowledges two faculty members each year, one from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and one from William & Mary’s Law School, who are dedicated to excellence in teaching.
“I’ve been wanting to work in the theater industry for a while,” Marksteiner says, “but I didn’t apply to any conservatory programs because I wanted to supplement my skills in theater with other skills I could learn at a liberal arts college.
As the co-founder and managing director of Monaco, the pioneering payments and currency platform, Bobby Bao works with bright minds every day to create products that mainstream consumers can use with ease.
James Haltiner and Phil Shane, two long-serving faculty members at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business plan to retire at the end of the academic year.
Twenty-one undergraduate students studying diversity in the workplace at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business got a chance to learn directly from the working world on a recent trip to the Washington, D.C., area.
Excitement filled Alan B. Miller Hall on a Saturday morning in March as more than 50 women from 16 top universities prepared to compete in the Mason School’s third annual Women’s Stock Pitch. For the undergraduate women who came to compete, the event provided the direct, hands-on experience that will help them launch a career in an industry that is typically dominated by men.
More than 65 students, making up 9 teams, participated in the competition. Each team proposed an idea and was given a $100 budget to develop the concept into a website for the proposed business. At the end of the week, all of the teams presented their business ideas and websites to four venture capitalist judges.
There's no one type of ideal candidate for the Mason School, but current students know what it takes to be successful and happy in the business school. Here are their tips for how prospective business majors can strengthen their applications in hopes of attending classes in Miller Hall.
“Technology plays a role in everything we do, and our cyber footprint has grown accordingly,” said Mitchener, now the FBI’s senior national intelligence officer for cyber issues. “Today, it’s important to understand where our systems are connected.”
As 79 graduate students at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary were inducted into the worldwide honor society for business education, they were urged not only to continue their hard work but also to take a similarly rigorous approach to themselves and their careers.
Some students in William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business bridge the gap that divides business and the liberal arts. Call them Mason’s poets in the program. One is Hailey Arindaeng, a senior finance major who also is pursuing a dance minor.
“Women now own more than half of the nation’s personal wealth and that number is predicted to rise,” says Caroline Cooley ’83, partner and CIO of hedge fund strategies at Crestline Investors, Inc. in Texas. “Women need to be independent and know how to manage their finances.”
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
Rebecca Outten’s interest in teaching was the initial spark that brought her to William & Mary.
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.
Dr. Jonathan C. Lee is in the midst of his Online MBA program at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business, but he’s already seeing benefits.
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.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary has announced the launch of its new Online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program.
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.
Poets & Quants for Undergrads, a website offering news and advice for current and prospective undergraduate business students, lists William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business as one of 10 U.S. business schools worthy of attention.
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.