2021 News

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Full-Time MBAs Sprint for Real World Experience

After a year of virtual teamwork, the Full-Time MBA (FTMBA) Class of 2022 returned to Miller Hall in the fall of 2021 for in-person learning, which included an in-person Sprint Week event.

Iria Giuffrida
At the Intersection of Business and Law

Iria Giuffrida is Professor of Practice of Law at William & Mary’s Law School and Visiting Faculty for Business Law at the Mason School. She believes Big Data will influence any business path a student chooses to follow and hopes to encourage her students to peak into the legal world through that lens.

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Mason School Launches “Diversity Goes To Work” Podcast

The weekly podcast takes a refreshing approach to diversity and inclusion work, featuring guests from all walks of life and is the newest initiative to debut as part of the business school’s expansive Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) efforts.

Michael Luchs
How Wisely Are You Spending Your Money?

For the past few years, Dr. Michael Luchs and his team have used survey data to test and refine the many dimensions of consumer wisdom. As a result, they developed the first-ever Consumer Wisdom Scale (CWS) which measures the six dimensions of consumer wisdom.

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Considering the Business Side of the Tokyo Olympics

Rescheduled from 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tokyo Olympic games have had us glued to our televisions. Yet, as coronavirus infections surge in Japan, some have criticized the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for not canceling the games this year altogether.

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Data Feast Case Competition Returns for Second Year

On May 17th, The Raymond A. Mason School of Business virtually hosted the second annual Data Feast Competition in conjunction with the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance.

Sarah Graessle
Spring Start Accelerates Pathway to MAcc Degree

Sarah Graessle, MAcc ’20, who considers herself an unconventional student, the flexibility to begin her graduate business education in the spring aligned with her professional goals and ultimately drove her decision to attend the business school.

Jordan Secrist
Boot Camp Eases Transition for Non-Accounting MAcc Students

“William & Mary’s boot camp was a major pull and drove my decision to apply to this program. It helped me to successfully transition from an undergraduate student to graduate school,” said Jordan Secrist MAcc '21.

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Miller Hall Part VI: Spotlighting Staff Behind-the-Scenes

There are many individuals who tirelessly dedicate themselves to Miller Hall and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business on a daily basis. Let’s meet a few of these members of the Tribe who bring Miller Hall to life.

Kevin Holmes
Recruiting Diverse Talent to Mason Online Programs

As the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management for the Raymond A. Mason School of Business portfolio of Online graduate business programs, Kevin Holmes is the conduit between university partners, prospective online students, and the Mason School’s Center for Online Learning.

Montique Warren
AoCN Spotlight on Montique Warren '14

Diversity is a word that can be used to thread together the professional life of Montique Warren, MBA ’14.

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Miller Hall Part V: A Conversation with Susan Ballard-Huther

In our ongoing series dedicated to Miller Hall, we previously took an in-depth look at the functional operations of this beloved building and its grounds. But how did Miller Hall become the home of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business?

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An EPIC Approach to Diversity Hiring in the Legal Profession

Tommy Latino, OMBA ’22 recently published his findings related to his work developing a highly unbiased, predictive hiring model that uses demographically neutral personality traits to quantify the suitability of litigation and transactional attorney applicants at law firms.