Cote was the first guest on the Leadership & Business Podcast series of the Center of Corporate Education at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business. Since the series started, nearly 100 business professionals have offered advice to hundreds of thousands of listeners.
That’s why William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business created the Global Business Minor, offering undergraduates studying business as well as other majors an opportunity to understand the nuances and culture differences of business and commerce in an international setting.
By now, our new students know that William & Mary’s campus is beautiful in every season. In fact, the lovely Virginia Georgian architecture is one of the main draws for prospective students.
The graduate wing of Alan B. Miller Hall is now officially the Edward T. Tokar Graduate Wing.
The Princeton Review’s annual Best Business Schools rankings are out for 2018, and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary placed high in several key categories.
Monica Chiarini Tremblay remembers the not-so-subtle signals she received as a female undergrad in engineering, a field historically dominated by men.
A five-student team from William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business has been named one of nine regional winners of Deloitte FanTAXtic, Deloitte’s student tax-case study competition. The team advances to national FanTaxtic case-study finals in January.
Jesse Anderson is a well-known success story among students and faculty at William & Mary, especially those at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. As a current student in the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program, and the starting long snapper of the football team, Anderson spends his days alternating between attending classes in Miller Hall and drilling with his teammates at Zable Stadium.
The D.C. Trek, a faculty-led exploration of the Washington D.C. financial markets, invites students to meet with national and international experts, and immerse themselves into the “hot” topics in the accounting profession.
The Graduate Career Management Center at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, in partnership with the Cohen Career Center, and the university's leading computer science and computational operations research departments, is hosting the first annual TechDay.
William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is already seeing great impact since announcing the Ernst & Young (EY) LLP’s $1 million commitment last fall.
In the fall of 2016, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business was selected to host the 2017 Part-Time MBA for Working Professionals Conference. The three-day event began on Wednesday, October 11 with a reception in the historic Wren building.
StartupLINK is a partnership between the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, Launchpad Incubator, Thomas Nelson Community College, and James City County.
Each fall, the Howard J. Busbee Finance Academy co-hosts the two day event along with the Boehly Center and the Cohen Career Center to provide alumni-led discussion panels and networking opportunities for Mason School students.
Hamilton Perkins, a 2014 graduate of the Executive MBA program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, has partnered with Threat International to produce one-of-a-kind duffel bags made from recycled plastic water bottles, poster art, and billboards.
William & Mary recently celebrated Family Weekend by welcoming student's parents, siblings, and other family and friends to the campus. They gathered to learn more about college life as more than 1,500 freshmen settled into their first semester.
William Stauffer, Clinical Associate Professor at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business, has been recognized by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America for his work in Commercial Litigation, Banking Litigation, and Real Estate Litigation. This is his 10th consecutive year being awarded.
Agency 1693, the student-run marketing agency at William & Mary, is taking advantage of top collegiate talent at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business to take on graphics, social media, video, and other paid projects.
On Friday, September 15, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business inducted 21 undergraduate seniors and two Masters of Accounting graduate students into Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honors society that recognizes the academic achievement of business students.
Katherine Guthrie, Associate Professor at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, has been awarded the 2017 Thomas and Teri Dungan BBA Teaching Fellowship Award.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary announces the creation of the Kyle J. Milliken Memorial Scholarship as a living memorial to the service paid by the Navy SEAL and MBA student killed in action earlier this year.
William & Mary alumni working in the accounting industry came together for the second-annual Accounting Firms Competition. Created in 2016 by the Accounting Programs Board and Raymond A. Mason School of Business, the competition encourages alumni to give back to the university.
Professor John S. Strong has received the second annual McGlothlin Faculty Teaching Award, which recognizes innovation and excellence in instruction at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Master of Business Administration program with a grand two-day event that was the largest in the school's history.
In honor of International Women’s Day, William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business recently held its annual Women’s Marketing Competition. Offered in conjunction with the Women’s Leadership Summit (WLS) and Stock Pitch Competition, the 2-day event drew over 140 students from William & Mary and other top universities from across the nation.
On May 5th, Navy Seal and Mason School MBA student, Kyle Milliken, was killed in action during an operation in Somalia. Kyle was a 15-year decorated veteran and was completing his second semester in the Online MBA Program.
In 2015, Professor Katherine Guthrie was honored with the two-year Mansfield professorship, and was given $10,000 worth of funds to spend on initiatives to benefit students. Guthrie used the majority of the funds to spearhead a diversity initiative in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
William & Mary students in the Full-Time MBA, Master of Accounting, and Master of Science in Business Analytics programs achieved record levels of support for the 2017 Class Gift.
Emily Anding Joins Groundbreaking Program for MBA Students and Young Executives
Industry leaders will guide Mason School students, faculty and administrators.
On Friday, February 24, full-time MBA students, professors, and staff participated in the highly anticipated 12th annual Mason Idol, a student talent show and auction featuring items donated by the Mason community.
Once again, William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business is ranked among the nation’s top graduate and professional schools according to the latest U.S. News & World Report findings.
Two teams of students at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business won the 2017 Carlyle Case Competition, held February 17 at William & Mary's Miller Hall. The Carlyle Group sponsors the challenge which provides students with the opportunity to put their education to work in a real-world, complex business situation.
The Trump administration and its impact on the nation's financial climate was the subject of the Mason School's fourth annual Financial Services Roundtable.
The new Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center is up and running this semester on the third floor of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
The Batten Fund, an investment portfolio managed by second year MBA students at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, reached $1 million for the first time in its history.
Paul Blossom, a William & Mary Professor of Operations and Information Technology at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, was recently awarded the Thomas and Teri Dungan BBA Teaching Fellowship Award.
Graduate Sam Pressler ’15, was recently named among the top 30 social entrepreneurs under the age of 30 by Forbes. Pressler, who studied finance at William & Mary,