For military personnel, it is often challenging to take time away from serving their country in order to pursue higher education. William & Mary’s Online MBA program offers a unique option where one does not need to sacrifice one for the other.
In 2018, Faith Emah, two-time William & Mary alumna from Manassas, Virginia, graduated from the Master of Science in Business Analytics program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. Emah began her career at William & Mary as an undergraduate student.
Every year, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business offers a special opportunity for aspiring accounting professionals to meet with accounting practice leaders and government regulators in the nation’s capital.
Online MBA graduate, Katie Hotze, Class of 2019, understands the rigors of entrepreneurship. She is the founder and CEO of Grocery Shopii which she incubated and launched this year.
William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business moved up 14 spots this year to rank 44th on Forbes’ annual list of best MBA programs.
On Tuesday, September 24th, faculty of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business presented Rob Estes ’74 with the TC and Elizabeth Clarke Medallion.
William & Mary's focus on inclusivity, community immersion and higher education connect perfectly with the mission of the Chamber, "To connect business with opportunity."
This week, the University's business school announced it has named Pamela J. Suzadail as the center's associate dean of programs and executive director of the center.
The new graduate students come to W&M from locations across the globe and with a wealth of experience.
On the cusp of retirement, Professor William L. Stauffer, Jr. continues to set an example for his students.
The three-year partnership between UiPath, an enterprise software company, and the business school will equip students with RPA technology.
Since its inception, EY has led the Big Four in giving back to William & Mary, supporting all programs across campus. This year – for the first time – they achieved the highest giving percentage for all participating firms with an overall giving of 84 percent, doubling their previous year’s 42 percent!
This past spring Bodie Sheehan (’19) received his second degree from William & Mary, a Master of Science in Business Analytics. Sheehan leaves the MSBA program, consisting of a ten-month, 30 credit curriculum, with a consulting position at Deloitte.
Earlier this summer, Karen Locke, the Pat and Margaret Walsh Professor in Leadership and Ethics at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, was awarded the Academy of Management's Research Methods Division Distinguished Career Award.
Recent Online MBA graduate, Vincent Vu, knows what it takes to build a business from the ground-up.
Last month, Professor Denise A. Jones was honored with the McGlothlin Award for Exceptional Teaching. When asked for her response, she put it simply, “I am thrilled! It’s a fantastic honor to receive the award!”
With the ink still wet on my MBA, attending the 2019 MBA Alumni weekend was a humbling introduction to the William & Mary alumni community.
There are 5,827 civilians working at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia. Each has a story, but none like the one belonging to their colleague, Michael Davis.
The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is pleased to welcome the newest member of our team. Morgan Lang Hutter, as Associate Director for Strategic Engagement.
Last month, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business gathered together to celebrate military alumni as well as the promotion of four current military MBA students. Those honored included Yasheba Robinson, Jonathon Ward, Paul Kunnas, and Clarissa Butler.
Last fall, three Mason School MBA students were given the opportunity to collaborate with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) to help market a new storm model developed by VIMS to potential customers.
Gene Roche, executive professor of higher education at William & Mary, will receive the 2019 Shirley Aceto Award for exceptional commitment to excellence in service to the campus community
Jodi Collier, MBA '94 is leveraging angel investing to make an impact on the Boston entrepreneurial scene.
For Giovanni Donatelli, EMBA ’15 and CEO of The Language Group, a company that is part of an ever growing, though largely obscure 50-billion-dollar industry, success requires vigilance.
William & Mary will open a second entrepreneurship hub for students in Tribe Square next fall. Launchpad, the region’s business incubator for the City of Williamsburg, James City County and York County, also will relocate to the mixed-use property.
Rhian Horgan is the founder and CEO of Kindur, “a new kind of retirement company that helps baby boomers automate their retirement income and reimagine financial wellness.”
Every semester, William & Mary runs intensive weeklong simulations, or sprints, that expose MBA students to experiences such as crisis communication. These simulations provide a different kind of experiential learning.
“To my dear students, this final lecture is for you. And it is done in your honor, not mine.”
A W&M student has an idea for a drug designed to alleviate the misery of hyperglycemic episodes that Type 1 diabetics experience many times a week.
William & Mary was introduced to me at the MBA Tour in Boston, Massachusetts and once I discovered it, I never looked back.
As someone with a decent amount of professional experience, I was very interested in the practical learning experience I could get by interacting with the Executive Partners, people who had walked the path I aim to take.
On Wednesday April 24th, Professor William Stauffer will deliver his Final Lecture, “Reflections on the Journey” in the Great Hall of the historic Wren Building from 4-5 p.m.
This year’s Out of the Darkness Walk was held on Saturday, April 30th. We had over 250 registered participants and raised a total of $11,197. The MBA team was responsible for $3,207!
“As a woman in finance, you have to use your voice and stay the course. And you absolutely have to be resilient. If you can do that, you’ll succeed. No doubt about it,” urged Kelly Grier, EY’s US Chairman and Managing Partner and Americas Managing Partner, last month at William & Mary’s 4th annual Women’s Stock Pitch & Leadership Summit.
Just how much the presence of the Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility influences Hampton Roads, Virginia and the world is evident in two William & Mary professors’ recent economic impact study on the facility.
So far, my favorite part of the MBA experience is the people I’ve met. They have different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences than me. I am very lucky to have an amazing learning team, brilliant executive partners and great classmates. They are inspiring me to think outside the box and see from new perspectives.
Master of Business Administration student, Shantanu Chandra, graduates this May. His focus will be in MarTech, ideally product management. If that doesn’t work out, he says with a smile, “Then I’ll start my own business.”
Earlier this month an honorable 85 graduate students at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary were inducted into the worldwide Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society for excellence in business education.
Last fall, Farmland Foods became the talk of the fashion industry when it called out Supreme streetwear for appropriating its logo.
Earlier this week Professor Alex Woods was officially installed as the newest recipient of the KPMG Professorship Award.
Having had experience in a more qualitative environment, I knew I needed to pursue an MBA program that could provide me with the technical expertise I desired.
On Monday, March 4, at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, a portrait of Charles L. Quittmeyer BA ’40, the founding dean of the school, was revealed to donors, former colleagues and members of the Quittmeyer family.
William & Mary has once again been named one of the top collegiate producers of Peace Corps volunteers, according to a report released by the organization today.
William & Mary allowed me to create quantitative connections to my previous business experiences in a place where I was safe to learn, explore, and challenge myself.
The decision to go back to school mid-career in any profession is a hard one to make. For me, this meant leaving a position I was thriving in, on a team that I was deeply committed to, in order to pursue an advanced degree.
In 2018, women received only 2.2% out of the $96.7 billion available in venture capital funding, and women of color received less than 1%. Women in Venture wants to change that…starting now!
My entire experience with William & Mary’s MBA program has been largely surprising and has taught me to take advantage of unplanned opportunities.
On the eve of his retirement from full-time teaching, Marketing Professor Lawrence J. “Larry” Ring looks back on his 34-year career with William & Mary.
Current MBA student, Bradford Downs, will be graduating this May. Over the course of the last three years, he has been leading a busy life. During William & Mary’s recent Global Film Festival, his debut documentary, The Conqueror, was screened in Tucker Hall.
This past fall, members of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business Masters in Accounting program (MAcc) embarked on their annual D.C. trek to learn more about the intersection between the public and private sectors of the accounting field.
With the modern and award-winning Raymond A. Mason School of Business as its epicenter, the program is a reflection of the dynamic world of business and a celebration of the diversity that prevails in a global economy.
Tatia Granger’s path, role and message at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business may be unique, but they created one another.
In my mind, the MBA coupled with the PhD is a bulletproof combination, as it allows for the deep exploration of some of the theoretical underpinnings of business topics, with the real-world applicability of an MBA; working with teams, networking, examining cases and exploring current business issues.
My newfound mantra ‘Siempre pa’lante’, followed me to William & Mary, as I dove into my MBA courses, balanced a 15-hour weekly volunteer commitment, searched for a summer internship, and networked amongst top business leaders.
Mason Means Business. For the second year in a row, William & Mary’s undergraduate business program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business has been recognized as one of the ten undergraduate business programs to watch in 2019.
When I came to William & Mary, I prioritized what I expected to gain from my MBA, specifically having a holistic approach to develop my professional behavior and abilities.
The William & Mary Raymond A. Mason School of Business has been invited to be one of the first business schools in the nation to take part in the Barron’s in Education Program from Dow Jones.
Values that I developed at VMI helped me make the decision to come to the Raymond A. Mason School of Business straight after I graduated as an undergraduate.
Jackie Keshner ’19, an English major with a double minor in global business and economics, will be the student speaker for this year’s Charter Day ceremony.
(Photo by: Shantanu Chandra) My experience at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business has taught me that the quantitative piece alone won’t be what sets your experience apart and it won’t be what sets you apart.
The Executive Partners program at William & Mary’s Business School is growing—and preparing for a transition.
In the business world, non-profit organizations often face the unique challenge of striving to make an impact with limited resources. Here for the Girls, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides support to young women diagnosed with breast cancer, became interested in expanding their services due to the increased demand for their kind of support.
It’s really a big move to go back to school after working for 7 years in the offshore oil & gas sector. The MBA application process is not only about submitting written materials online, but also a unique experience, especially for an international applicant just like me.
In the Flex MBA Program, the number of women students has been increasing in recent semesters. But the majority-women entering classes in fall 2018 and spring 2019 represent the first time the 220-student program has seen the trend sustained for a full academic year.