A study by Raymond A. Mason School of Business professors indicates that in 2013 the Port of Virginia had a $60.3 billion economic impact on the state's economy.
The Washington Post article
Healthcare CAM students
From humble beginnings in Crown Heights, Brooklyn native Alan B. Miller went on to build a Fortune 500 healthcare company.
Gulf Related breaks ground on Al Maryah Central.
During the Fall of 2014, Mason undergraduate student organizations have been very active bringing in engaging speakers, arranging networking opportunities, and connecting students to their passions in business.
Herrington Bryce’s article, "Public policy rules and norms in choice of a nesting place of a social enterprise: firm or nonprofit?"
Select photographs from October 21 - 23.
William & Mary’s brightest undergraduate business students spent a beautiful, sunny afternoon in the Miller Courtyard last Thursday to celebrate MasonFest, one of the undergrad program’s biggest events of the year.
Richard Hytner, Deputy Chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide, will lead discussion with W&M students on leadership at 12:30 pm, October 20 in the Brinkley Commons Room in Alan B. Miller Hall.
Dr. Michael J. Seiler, K. Dane Brooksher Endowed Professor of Real Estate & Finance at William & Mary, was the Keynote speaker at the 66th Annual Conference for the Virginia Association of Assessing Officers today in Norfolk, VA. Dr. Seiler shared a summary of his many research studies relating to the intricate process surrounding the strategic mortgage default crisis and the impact is has on home values and homeowners.
Shiran Zerach, a Flex MBA student, is featured in this month's issue of the Oyster Pointer in a story titled, Housing Development Corporation of Hampton Roads: Rebuilding Lives One Home at a Time. The Housing Development Corporation of Hampton Roads (HDCofHR) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization with the mission of providing quality, affordable housing opportunities in safe neighborhoods to low-income individuals and families. Zerach has been volunteering for HDCofHR over several years. Her work focused on marketing and grant research and writing in the areas of housing acquisition and rehabilitation.
Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc. WHLR, +1.10% (“Wheeler” or the “Company”), today announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding to participate in William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business’ (“Mason”) MBA - Real Estate Path of Distinction (“PoD”), as a Corporate Partner
The W&M Accounting Program at Raymond A. Mason School of Business is ranked in the Top 25 (#24) of Undergraduate Accounting Programs for Career Outcomes in LinkedIn's University Rankings published today. LinkedIn ranked schools based on how successful recent graduates have been at landing desirable accounting jobs.
Center for Corporate Education embrace new way to extend reach of their curriculum to alumni and business colleagues around the world
The NASA partnership will provide students at the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center with an opportunity for 'real world' experience.
One month ago, Dean Larry Pulley welcomed the school’s new Associate Dean for MBA Programs Ken White to the Mason School. White came to Williamsburg with 20 years of successful leadership experience in higher education, half that time at top business schools. Prior to joining the Mason School, White was the Associate Dean for MBA & MS Programs at the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business. Before that, he was Vice President for Communication & Marketing at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. After 30 days on the job, White has gotten to know the school, its programs and people.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business welcomes new associate director of McLeod Business Library
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business welcomes new faculty members to its ranks and celebrates new professorship appointments
Cynthia Lutaaya MBA '15 shares her experience as an IBM intern.
Prof. Bob Stowers: "Many cave under the pressure to spell well"
Elena Painter '14 shares her experience at William & Mary as a Finance major.
Professor of Real Estate & Finance Mike Seiler Shares Insights in Wall Street Journal Article
Umakanth Pandurangaiah, EMBA student and Senior Director of IT for Magellan Health Systems rings the Opening Bell at the NASDAQ
Two teams of students at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business won the first-ever Invictus Challenge this spring.
On February 25th, the W & M team of Neal Chhabra, Andrew Weeks, Ashley Beuchel, Colin Burns, and Saurabh Dugar won the CFA Institute Global Investment Research Challenge state competition.