In addition to graduating its 500th student from the residential and online programs combined, students excelled at delivering value to Capstone partners
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business was honored to welcome more than 200 alumni and their guests back to campus for the annual MBA Alumni Weekend June 3-4.
On May 16th, The Raymond A. Mason School of Business hosted the third annual Data Feast Competition in conjunction with The St. James and The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to have inducted 117 new graduate and undergraduate members into the academic honor society Beta Gamma Sigma for the 2021-2022 school year.
From a young age, Megan Brunick MSBA ’22 knew she wanted to study and pursue a career in business. As she researched the different areas related to the field, the more she found herself drawn to the world of business analytics.
Two William & Mary professors – Professor Scott Gibson and Professor Timothy Zick–have been selected to receive the 2022 McGlothlin Awards for Exceptional Teaching.
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.
Of the 37 job-seeking students currently enrolled in the class of 2022 Master of Accounting (MAcc) program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, all have accepted full-time employment offers prior to graduation.
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.
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).
Agnew and a team of Australian researchers competed against nearly 30 academic papers that were selected as finalists from a larger pool of submissions.
At the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, student and local-area entrepreneuers gain access to resources in all three of these areas through programs offered through the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneur Center (EC).
Solomon Asare '22 has continued to be surprised by his William & Mary experience, which he characterizes as unlikely and curious to contemplate.
Like many First-Generation Americans, Fares Sukkar MSBA ’22 and his early professional pursuits were influenced by his parents and their move to the United States.
Industry is demanding that college graduates possess an awareness and vocabulary around DEIB in the workplace. The question higher education now grapples with is, how can we prepare the next generation of business leaders to tackle the hard and contemporary problems of the present day?
As teams are widely used in business, Kevin Clark, BBA ’22 recently led an organizational behavior study under the guidance of Associate Professor David Long that explored the social consequences of how teams performed on a collaborative task.
For ten days in January a small group of William & Mary students crisscrossed Washington, DC and met with dozens of professionals who drive change in the diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) space.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is excited and honored to welcome our beloved MBA alumni back to campus for this year’s MBA Alumni Weekend June 3-5.
In early March, over 100 Online MBA (OMBA) and Online Master of Science in Marketing (OMSM) students gathered at Miller Hall and virtually for the Spring 2022 Residency Weekend experience.
As of mid-February 2022, the acceptance rate of full-time job offers was up 20% among graduate business students from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business compared to the same time last year.
The Mason School’s FTMBA program appeared at the top in five categories: #4 in Greatest Resources for Minority Students; #5 in Best Professors; #5 in Best MBA for Human Resources; #7 in Most Family Friendly Program; and #8 in Best Students.
William & Mary’s master’s degree programs in business administration jumped up more than 20 places in this year’s U.S. News rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools.
Doug Pierson, MBA ’99 was honored with a second star during a promotion ceremony in late February 2022.
John H. Whitcomb M.B.A. ’85 credits influential professors at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business with preparing him to build a successful career in real estate. Now, more than three decades later, he and his wife, Yvonne, want to support that tradition of academic excellence for future generations of business leaders.
The Tribe ice hockey team announces its presence with an overtime win over Appalachian State for the Atlantic Coast Conference Hockey League title.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) awarded Raymond A. Mason School of Business Clinical Associate Professor of Operations and Information Systems Management (OISM) Dr. Tingting “Rachel” Chung a $15,000 research grant.
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.
As conversations around diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging permeate every corner of the professional working world, the Mason School is ensuring its students are equipped with the requisite vocabulary through a batch of new, free resources offered through the McLeod Library.
Tom Schalk BBA ’15, MAcc ’16 Has Found Success as a Financial Analyst for the Minnesota Timberwolves
The Full-Time MBA program (FTMBA) at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to recognize the five Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program award recipients currently enrolled in the classes of 2022 and 2023 cohorts.
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.
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.
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.