The W. P. Carey School of Business is pleased to announce the Undergraduate Economics Instructional Scholars (UEIS) for Fall 2022 — current students who are nominated by professors to serve as tutors for 300-level and 400-level economics courses.
According to a Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) survey snapshot of 4,658 respondents, nearly nine of ten alumni report a positive return on investment (ROI) from their graduate business education.
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.
Whether you are launching a new venture or working on something that already exists, entrepreneurship challenges you to see opportunities, take action, ignite change, and make an impact.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are a priority for Council of Presidents member Elizabeth Chilton, a business administration major.
On Thursday, September 16th, the Women in Supply Chain Symposium "Fueling the Supply Chain of the Future: People, Technology, and Resources" event provided valuable insights for W. P. Carey students by bringing the stories of successful women in supply chain to the stage.
When it comes to applying for graduate school, academics are only one piece of the puzzle. Beyond your undergraduate GPA and standardized test performance, an effectively constructed application will help you stand out in the prospective b-school crowd.
Performing well on the GMAT or GRE is an important indication of potential success in a graduate program. The W. P. Carey School of Business requires applicants to our specialized master's degree programs and the Full-time MBA to complete an entrance exam.
As the 2020-2021 academic year concludes, the W. P. Carey Teaching & Learning program honors faculty for outstanding contributions in higher education.