Students

ASU grad student receives MLK Jr. award

Full-time MBA student Simone Bayfield is one of two women selected as a 2021 ASU Martin Luther King Jr. Servant-Leadership awardee as a part of Arizona State University’s 36th annual MLK Jr. Celebration.

Moving past networking discomfort and toward authentic connection — even virtually

With a little practice and good advice, it’s possible to nurture authentic connections virtually. Here are some tips for growing your network from the W. P. Carey Career Management team.

Ensure your interview goes virtually perfect

While virtual interviewing via video is not new, the coronavirus pandemic has spurred an increase in its adoption. Now, career experts think it’s here to stay. Knowing how to succeed in a virtual interview setting is now a vital part of your job-seeking toolkit.

Two world-class MBA programs, one unique global experience

A unique executive MBA from W. P. Carey and EGADE Business School offers the best of both worlds: The entrepreneurial and student-focused approach to learning that EGADE is known for combined with W. P. Carey’s ‘Business is personal’ mindset and our mission of educating tomorrow’s business leader

Executive’s career and ASU journey provides core class material for MBA students

W. P. Carey executive-in-residence and adjunct professor Steve Lockard navigates graduates’ education needs with experience from his business pivot.

Financial planning BA debuts at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business

Along with giving students the targeted coursework and internship opportunities to enter a financial planning career, the new program prepares students to immediately sit for the certified financial planner (CFP) certification exam.

Second annual Women in Supply Chain Symposium calls for courage amidst crisis

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.

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.

Despite more women in supply chain, more still needed at the top

A symposium in partnership with the W. P. Carey School of Business and the ASU Supply Chain Executive Consortium prop up female talent in the industry.

Common questions and misconceptions about virtual career events

Just as many classes, events, and even happy hours are moving to virtual formats, W. P. Carey is transitioning to virtual career events this fall.