The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary’s MBA Program was rated as the 51st in the nation according to a new ranking released by Poets&Quants last week.
Student teams descend upon Deloitte University to compete in two day national tax case study competition; Event reinforces commitment to learning and leadership development
In the annual Deloitte Tax Challenge, it is Professor Jim Smith's that dominates year after year. 2011 is no different.
After much thought, Dean Larry Pulley of William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, responded to the challenge posed by Dean Nancy Bagranoff of the University of Richmond's Robins School of Business.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary’s Executive MBA Program is among the best in the world and its Flex MBA Program is one of the best in the nation, according to the Bloomberg Businessweek’s rankings, released last Friday.
For the competition, student teams must complete a complex theoretical case study that requires them to analyze information, identify data issues and consider alternative tax treatments for a fictitious client situation — all in just five hours.
Gift to focus on faculty fellowships, student scholarships, curriculum innovation
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary is an outstanding business school, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features the school in the new 2012 edition of its book, The Best 294 Business Schools.
“This is not your typical library,” said Brown, who celebrates her 25th year as director of the McLeod Business Library. “We decided that this would be a place where people come to do their research — and we do talk!”
Annual Forum kicks off with David Boies, John Snow, and Bill Weldon, pre-eminent leaders in business and law
The William & Mary Business School will host a screening of the new documentary film “Confidence Game,” which examines the downfall of the investment bank known as Bear Stearns, on Wednesday, October 19 at 7:00 p.m.
Homecoming 2011 is just days away, and alumni of the W&M Raymond A. Mason School of Business have a weekend packed full of activity in store. Plan to come back to campus and catch up with old friends and make new ones at Miller Hall, and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the McLeod Business Library.
Douglas R. Messner MBA '98 presented a flag flown in honor of Christopher W. Murphy MBA '98 to the Mason School.
Lesley Donelson M.B.A. '10, a Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy, was presented with the Federally Employed Women Military Recognition Award.
Executive MBA students complete their International Residency in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.
At the inaugural WAABA Speaker Series breakfast, Prof. Deborah Hewitt gave W&M alumni "actionable intelligence."
George Pierides MBA ’82 funded the Dean's Conference Room and dedicated the space to his parents.
Three MBA students decide to break from the traditional summer internship and embark on a 4,250-mile journey.
Class of 2011 grads are moving on to the US Treasury, Volkswagen, Amazon, JP Morgan, NBC and more.
Undergraduate Program of the Mason School also ranked second in Marketing, sixth in Accounting.
Anna Perry MBA '11 won the top prize in the annual Mason Business Plan Competition.
Recipients were chosen by their peers.
The scholarship provides assistance to students who embody the qualities associated with Alvin Powers Anderson to prepare them to continue his work.
MBAA Marketing Club learns about the Altria brand and how it markets tobacco products.
Teams pitched their business ideas to a panel of judges to get into the final round.
Alumni from the Flex, Executive and Full-Time MBA program returned to the Mason School for a day of lectures and networking.
Flex MBA, designed for working professionals balancing career, family, and education, ranked 45th overall.
After much anticipation, the Operations & IT Club hosted our first ever game night. The game was organically developed by the club for the purpose of helping members better understand supply chains and of course have a lot of fun!
The MBAA Ops/IT Club visited Ball Corporation, the leading manufacturer in aluminum cans.
The panelists agree that unrest in the region could continue for as long as a decade.
Bill Strickland, a CEO, author, social architect, community leader, and MacArthur genius joins us on March 16.
Annual ranking puts program at 23rd overall, 8th among publics, and an A+ for faculty.
Conference, hosted in conjunction with Norfolk Southern, will take place Friday, April 1, 2011.
Five first year MBA students are advancing to the regional final of the Hult Global Case Challenge.
Tim Yewcic M.B.A. '12 teamed up with MBA students from other schools to win the $3,000 prize.
Thirty-three students inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society.
His EMBA coursework provided the expertise to achieve his dream of starting a new business.
Career progression, faculty research, and diversity key indicators for ranking.
Public Accounting Report’s 29th Annual Survey cites W&M Programs for second straight year.
Two teams created marketing plans for Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Virginia.
We examine the Fall, 2010 Semester, by the numbers.
The cohort of 29 students has an average of 5.5 years of professional experience.