For MBA students, business is personal at W. P. Carey
Ask any student in McCord Hall what has made their experience at W. P. Carey unique and I bet they will say “the people." That’s because at W. P. Carey, business is personal. Small classes, a dedicated student services team, and a culture of feedback and co-creation foster an environment where every student can thrive.
Here are some of our favorite stories from students about how the school embodies its mission every day, living up to its word that business is personal:
Elvis Diaz, Class of 2019
Olivia Simoes, Class of 2019
Shane Atha, Class of 2019
Andrew Nguyen, Class of 2020
- When humans talk to robots: Engineering seniors explore human-robot interactions with information systems professorAn interdisciplinary project combines business and social science concepts to design robot interface
- Outstanding Graduating Senior finalist learns the value of listeningVictoria Greene shares her academic journey and advice for current ASU students.
- Interest in consumer behavior drives Outstanding Graduate Student finalistAlexis Alverson uses her education to leverage consumer and marketplace insights in the workplace.