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- Grant on Qualtrics, the story of one survey at a time
- Jacob Hicks on Gallup Consulting – Cameron Rich visits the Irvine office to speak with Managing Partner Larry Emond
- Jacob Hicks on Sony Case Competition 2012
- Jacob Hicks on 2013 CES Experience with Derek Pando
- Jacob Hicks on The BYU MBA Asia Study Abroad led by Lee Daniels
Have you ever wanted to meet a childhood hero? Listen to Cameron Rich talk to one his football heroes Jerry Rice about the Forever Young Charity event.
MBAs are no strangers to surveys! Every day it seems we are filling one out for each other. That means we have used Qualtrics. The company was started in the basement of a BYU professor, Scott Smith and then grew rapidly. Listen to his story and the story of his company.
Listen to BYU business school graduate Sam Harrsion tell his story of overcoming adversary. Despite a debilitating snow boarding accident, Sam now runs his own business.
Incoming students often have questions about student/family balance, tuition and scholarships, and housing. Two students, Barrett and Sunshine, share their experience and thoughts on each of these topics. Setting clear expectations and priorities, for yourself and/or with your family, is essential to be successful in the program.
The MBA program can be really stressful! So it is just as important to keep the body healthy and active. Students can get involved in intramurals or join the early morning basketball game.
In addition to the these activities, the MBA Fitness Challenge was organized by our very own 2013 Athletic Director. You missed out if you didn’t order your very own fitness athletic shirt! Make sure to get one next year.
Listen to Wagner Pinheiro and his family recount their journey to the BYU MBA program, their experience as a student family, and also their story of faith.
Can you imagine leaving everything to come start an MBA program in another country? On top of that, imagine that you lost all of you life savings on the trip over. Listen to Liva and Mino Rasamoela talk about their journey to the US, experience in the MBA program, and the effect these changes have had on their family.