Inaugural Student Economics Association Alumni Banquet celebrates 48 years

The inaugural event, which the department hopes to continue going forward, was a chance to celebrate the past and present of the economics department, and the support available to students and alums.

Four degrees in four years for graduate heading into PhD program

Sydney Abel (BA Sports Business/BS Business Entrepreneurship/BA Business Law/BFA Art Photography ’23) wraps up a busy undergraduate career

2 W. P. Carey students receive Young ATHENA Leaders Award

Two W. P. Carey students have been recognized for their leadership and achievements by the ATHENA Valley of the Sun organization.

Fulbright Canada announces W. P. Carey student Julie Kaplan awarded Killam Fellowship

W. P. Carey School of Business and Barrett, The Honors College student Julie Kaplan is no stranger to success. She can now celebrate another achievement: a Fulbright Canada Killam Fellowship.

Choose your campus adventure

The teaching and learning choices and safe health systems influencing the fall 2020 semester — and beyond.

For one ASU MBA student, meditation is the key to finding balance and happiness

It’s no secret that a full-time MBA program is hard work. Classes, networking, and recruiting can be time-consuming and stressful. Often, individual wellbeing gets lost in the hustle to learn more and do more.

Training for a marathon during business school

The first year of business school is a juggling act of commitments — meeting new people, studying, networking, searching for internships…the list goes on and on.

MBA students learn to chip, putt, and network on the golf course

Full-time W. P. Carey MBA students are taking full advantage of the 300 days of sunshine and 185 golf courses that the Phoenix metro area offers!

Triple threat: When one major just isn't enough

Trio of roommates are among the 39 ASU students tackling triple majors — for them, competition and value are their why

Molecular biosciences and biotechnology grad discovers passion for research

When Aidan Schneider moved from Flagstaff to Tempe to attend Arizona State University, he knew he wanted to study both science and business. What he didn’t know is how quickly he would discover a deep passion for research and also find an entrepreneurial spirit in the lab.