2022 News Stories

Riley Casey and Sydney Wagner
Riley Casey & Sydney Wagner Named Preseason All-CAA

William & Mary women's basketball graduate students Riley Casey MBA '23 and Sydney Wagner MBA '23 were named to the Preseason All-Colonial Athletic Association First Team, the league announced on Thursday.

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William & Mary Launches Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars Program

The Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars program is an intensive entrepreneurship boot camp that trains current and former service members to innovate, build startups, and apply the Silicon Valley way of thinking to their roles as rising leaders.

Tracy Lewis
The Power of the Network

BDO Assurance Partner Tracy Lewis on the importance of maintaining strong professional connections.

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William & Mary Launches Online Master of Accounting

William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business has launched an online Master of Accounting (MAcc), focusing on the intersection of the detail-oriented analytical skills and executive decision-making necessary to prepare bold, data-oriented business leaders.

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Ted Hallum MSBA ’20 Discusses Military Transition and the Datasphere

Meet Ted Hallum, MSBA ’20. This U.S. Army veteran and Senior Defense Machine Learning Engineer for Octo Consulting Group hosts The Data Canteen—a podcast that grew out of the Veterans in Data Science & Machine Learning (VDSML) community, which he founded.

VDOT MSBA Capstone Students
Mason School’s MSBA Celebrates Milestone Year

In addition to graduating its 500th student from the residential and online programs combined, students excelled at delivering value to Capstone partners

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W&M supply chain expert analyzes factors affecting baby formula shortage

As many parents all over the U.S. look high and low for baby formula for their infants, the causes and possible solutions to the shortage are being dissected. Experts see it as connected to global supply chain issues that have manifested for years and been exacerbated by the pandemic, according to William & Mary Professor Ram Ganeshan.

Olivia Siegal
Olivia Siegal MSBA ’22 Shifts from Environmental Science to Business

Before Olivia Siegal MSBA ’22 enrolled at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business, she served as a Fisheries Management Specialist for the Virginia Marine Resources Commission, the regulatory agency that manages the Commonwealth’s saltwater resources.

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William & Mary Wins CSBS Data Analytics Competition

This year’s competition challenged students to develop a?data analytics model that demonstrates the role community banks played during the pandemic using data from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

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Championship puts W&M ice hockey on the map

The Tribe ice hockey team announces its presence with an overtime win over Appalachian State for the Atlantic Coast Conference Hockey League title.

Katie Crawford
Accounting for Fraud Risks

For over a year, Katie Crawford, BBA ’16 has worked as a fraud risk investigator for Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC), which is the administrative arm of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, DC.

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MSAC Builds Community Among Mason School Staff

Staff play an important role in the ecosystem of the business school and the Mason Staff Affairs Committee (MSAC) was established to promote a sense of belonging and forge connections among staff who perform vital work across every department to ensure the school runs successfully.

Dean Larry Pulley
Business School Dean Larry Pulley ’74 to retire in 2022

Lawrence B. Pulley ’74, longtime dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business and an academic and administrative leader at the university for more than three decades, has announced his plans to retire on June 30, 2022.

Thomas Parks
FTMBA Student Answers the Call to Serve

On November 13 at precisely 1528, or 3:28 pm eastern standard time, First Lieutenant Thomas Parks piloted one of two Virginia Army National Guard Black Hawk helicopters over Zable Stadium.