The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is delighted to announce the induction of 21 accomplished undergraduate students and one Master of Accounting (MAcc) winter graduate student into the esteemed academic honor society, Beta Gamma Sigma.
In the ever-evolving landscape of marketing, staying ahead of the curve is essential. Beyond the traditional four Ps of the marketing mix – price, promotion, product, and place – lies a fifth, perhaps even more powerful P that is emerging: participation.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business was awarded the 2023 U.S. Department of Labor Hire Vets Platinum Award. This recognition, presented at a ceremony on November 8, is a testament to the business school's unwavering commitment to hiring and retaining employees with veteran status.
In the bustling world of Hollywood, where moviegoers and fans eagerly anticipate each cinematic release, Bill Rosenthal stands out as a leader among entertainment marketers. As the President of Midnight Oil, an entertainment marketing agency supporting most Hollywood studios and streamers, Rosenthal plays a role in delivering the visuals that excite us about upcoming releases. A proud alumnus of William & Mary, Rosenthal’s journey from aspiring English teacher to entertainment industry specialist is a testament to seizing opportunities and pursuing passions.
Sergeant Major Benjamin Buzek MBA ‘22, a dedicated special operations non-commissioned officer, has been honored with the prestigious 2023 Sergeant Major Larry L. Strickland Educational Leadership Award for his remarkable contributions in creating educational avenues for non-commissioned officers (NCOs) within the U.S. Army. Sergeant Major of the Army Michael R. Weimer presented this distinguished award to Buzek during the award ceremony held at the Association of the U.S. Army Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C. on October 9.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary recently hosted its third annual Social Impact Lecture Series, titled "Blood on Black Wall Street: The Principled Pursuit of Justice for Tulsa." This annual event is a crucial platform for thought leaders making a substantial impact in the field of business for the greater social good. Each year, the lecture series aims to demonstrate the power of blending business acumen with a commitment to creating a broader societal impact.
In an inspiring demonstration of community involvement, the William & Mary School of Business came together on October 4th, 2023, to address the critical issue of food insecurity in their local community.
The 2023 National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) recently held its 45th Annual Conference and Exposition in the vibrant city of Philadelphia. This 4-day event gathered more than 10,000 attendees and 300 major corporations. It allowed future MBA graduates to share and learn best practices and network with a wide range of industry experts and peers from across the U.S. in a single trip.
With rapidly advancing technology, our vehicles are no longer just modes of transportation; they have evolved into sophisticated data hubs on wheels. Connected smart cars, equipped with an array of sensors and communication systems, have the potential to revolutionize our driving experience. However, as these vehicles gather and transmit vast amounts of data, it raises important questions about individual privacy, security, and the need for regulatory oversight.
Amid the breathtaking backdrop of the New York City harbor, the Hudson River, and the sparkling city skyline, more than 200 William & Mary students and alumni came together for a remarkable networking event hosted by the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and the Boehly Center.
In a testament to its unwavering commitment to excellence, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary has once again clinched the #1 spot in Learning, marking the fourth time in just five years that it has earned this prestigious recognition.
Michaela Diverio ‘07, was recently named to American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking: Next 2023 list; an annual list of 15 rising stars in banking and finance.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary recently hosted a transformative two-week event in June, the Flourishing Through Life Transitions program, as part of their Veteran-to-Executive (W&M VET) certificate program. This unique initiative focused on empowering veterans and members of the intelligence community to make successful transitions to high-level civilian management positions while prioritizing their wellness and self-discovery.
Three years after a global pandemic disrupted supply chains and caused production bottlenecks, the freight and logistics industry is looking to data analytics to identify opportunities to reshape operations. According to Deloitte, transportation companies believe well-curated data is the great differentiator and nearly half of those surveyed (48%) expect data to improve visibility into assets and goods in the next three years.
Leadership & Business, the award-winning podcast produced by the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, reached a milestone on June 5th when the 200th episode of the series was posted.
The 2023 McGlothlin Awards for Exceptional Teaching have been granted to Professor Katherine Guthrie-Sokolowsky and Professor Nancy Combs, both esteemed faculty members at William & Mary.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary continues its winning streak thanks to an exceptional student case competition team! The Master of Science in Data Analytics (MSBA) student team from William & Mary, comprising Jamie Kim, Andrew Lagattuta, Clay McCollum, and Fei Wu, emerged as the top-performing team and the victors of the 2023 Data Analytics Competition for the second year.
Participants from the MAcc program embarked on their annual Financial Markets Trek to Washington, D.C. This signature MAcc experience aims to deepen their understanding of the intersection between the public and private sectors in the accounting field.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business and its MBA Program presented its Principled Achievement Award to the Global Chairman and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, AnnaMaria DeSalva at a ceremony in Arlington, VA last night.
Two MBA programs at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business are ranked among the best in the just released 2023 Global MBA Rankings by CEO Magazine.
In a ceremony held at the Great Hall of the Wren Building on Thursday, April 27, the Office of Diversity & Inclusion presented the 2022-2023 Inclusive Excellence Champion Awards to outstanding community members who have significantly contributed to promoting diversity and inclusion.
The Full-Time MBA Program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top programs in the United States.
William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business MBA students recently completed their Sprint Week, a week-long intensive designed to simulate real-world business scenarios and help students develop critical skills.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to be named in the 2023 list of the 50 Highest Retention Scores in the U.S. for Online MBA (OMBA) by Poets & Quants.
William & Mary Raymond A. Mason School of Business MBA students gained valuable insights into the issues and priorities shared by American and European businesses during their recent Global Business Immersion experience in Munich, Germany, and Innsbruck, Austria.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is honored to announce the induction of 122 new graduate students into the prestigious academic honor society, Beta Gamma Sigma, for the 2022-2023 school year. This accomplishment is a testament to these exceptional students' hard work, dedication, and academic excellence.
During ten days this past January, a group of William & Mary students traveled around Washington, D.C., and met with numerous professionals who work in the diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) space. Now in its second year, the immersive course strives to expose students to different perspectives, experiences, and paths and help them become better allies to marginalized individuals.
In a radio interview earlier this month with the Tide's Andy Harris, Jonathan "JD" Due, the Executive Director for the Center for Military Transition at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, discussed the center's mission to help military personnel transition into leadership roles in the civilian world.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business has officially received gold designation ranking for the 2023-2024 Military Friendly Schools list. This recognition is a testament to the school's commitment to supporting military students and their families in their pursuit of education.
With great excitement, we announce that Navdeep Gupta, MBA '02, has been selected for the 2023 Class of Influential Leaders! Select alums of AACSB-accredited business schools are defining what it means to be a societal impact leader committed to positive change, and Gupta has more than earned this esteemed recognition.
The Financial Times has named the Full Time MBA program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business one of the top 100 MBA programs in the world.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin has named Louis Rossiter, a retired faculty member in public policy and health economics, and longtime professor at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, to the Virginia Health Benefit Exchange Advisory Committee.
Once again, the MBA program at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business has been named one of the best in the business by The Princeton Review.
Global sportswear brand, Under Armour, announced that it has appointed Stephanie Linnartz MBA ’97, as its new CEO.
William & Mary has 43 student athletes taking graduate-level courses in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business MBA and Specialized Masters Programs.