Katie Marto was working as a manager in the restaurant industry when she had the opportunity to go back to school. Previously a biology major, Marto now knew she wanted to pursue a business degree.
Pandemic globetrotting taught Julie Kaplan (BS Finance/BA Business Global Politics ’23) real-world lessons no textbook could convey.
Victoria Greene shares her academic journey and advice for current ASU students.
Alexis Alverson uses her education to leverage consumer and marketplace insights in the workplace.
When faced with the challenge of hacking into a bank account, computer information systems junior Alexis DeVries searched the account holder's social media to find clues to the password reset security questions. It worked. That successful trick earned her 600 points and first place.
The W. P. Carey School of Business announced this year's recipients of the John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Awards to bookend an excellent semester.
Two W. P. Carey students, Kyle Gaspari (Sports Business/Marketing ’22) and Kira Stanley (Sports Business/ Marketing ’22), qualified for the National Collegiate Sports Sales Competition (NCSSC) finals, and finished in first and fifth place, respectively — and W. P. Carey placed No.
Two W. P. Carey students have been recognized for their leadership and achievements by the ATHENA Valley of the Sun organization.
“The past informs the present.” While many people might expect to hear that reminder from a history professor or an elder, it is a less common adage in the business world. A W. P. Carey inclusive teaching workshop series is trying to change that.
The ASU Supply Chain Executive Consortium (SCEC) hosted the second annual Women in Supply Chain Symposium virtually on Thursday, Sept. 17. This year’s theme focused on “Courage and Resiliency in the Midst of Crisis,” and welcomed more than 200 participants.