2008 Stories

W&M to Host 54th Annual Tax Conference

The 54th annual William and Mary Tax Conference will be held Thursday and Friday, November 13-14, 2008, at the Conference Center of the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg.

Report: W&M highly recommended by high school counselors

High school counselors place the College of William & Mary in the top 25 of National universities, according to a new ranking released last month by as part of US News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges 2009.”

Getting to Wall Street from W&M

Experts in the field of finance -- including many successful College of William & Mary grads -- will gather for the second annual “From DOG Street to Wall Street Conference,” to be held Friday, Sept. 12.

Professor Chon Abraham named Fulbright Scholar

Research will focus on eCare, an initiative that employs information and advanced technologies to better meet healthcare needs and integrate environments of care.

Mason welcomes 11 new Executive Partners

WILLIAMSBURG, VA -- The Mason School of Business at the College of William and Mary is pleased to welcome 11 new EPs to its Executive Partner Program.

MBA '07 sets sail with the Navy

When the U.S. Navy came to The Mason School of Business to recruit for their Financial Management Associate Program, a new developmental training program for civilians, Eric Egger MBA ’07 took notice and signed up.

MBAA students organize Yorktown Victory Run

On March 29, runners from all over Virginia will converge on Hampton Roads for the annual Yorktown Victory Run, organized by members of the Mason School of Business MBA Association.

Local port terminals responsible for $41.1B in revenue in Virginia

Cargo operations in the port of Hampton Roads delivered a powerful economic boost to Virginia in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, according to a study released Tuesday by the Virginia Port Authority at its Board of Commissioners meeting.

Ben Colandreo M.B.A. '02: A Real Life Action Hero

The former Marine helicopter pilot is entering the world of finance and business after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and he credits his William and Mary experience for helping him get there.