MBA students traveled to Anadarko Petroleum in Denver, CO, to hear from eleven members of the Anadarko management team.
Bob Jensen, CEO Wyoming Business Council, spoke about the role of the Wyoming Business Council in economic and business development in Wyoming.
MBA Director, Steve Farkas, spoke to MBA students about keys to professional success.
Jason Kintzler, Founder and CEO of PitchEngine, kicked off the spring Executive Leadership Series with MBA students.
Eleven UW second-year students in the College of Business MBA program recently received global business experience in Germany.
Benjamin Cook, visiting assistant professor in UW’s new energy management MBA program is featured in an article about a new tool to aid enhanced oil recovery.
President & Chief Executive Officer at WINhealth Partners, Stephen Goldstone, spoke to MBA students about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on business.
Jerad Stack and Jason Gies, MBA Leadership Series Speakers, shared their experience of starting an entrepreneurial venture (Firehole Technologies) which was later acquired by Autodesk.
Pam Ruehle, former Senior Executive for Accenture, enjoyed lunch with female MBA students to talk about work-life balance.
Former HealthSouth executive, Aaron Beam, shared the pitfalls that led to HealthSouth's demise due to fraudulent accounting practices during the MBA Leadership Speaker Series.
CEO and President of Handel Information Technologies, Inc, Even Brande, spoke about entrepreneurism during his presentation to MBA students.
Tori Campbell, President and co-founder of Mizzen Energy, LLC, commented on the advantage of an Energy MBA during her Leadership Speaker Series presentation.
UW Homecoming Marshal, Susan Parmerleau, addressed MBA students as part of their Leadership Speaker Series.
MBA students heard from Scott Macdonald, Chief Financial Officer of Starz, LLC.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead addressed his energy plan for the State as part of the MBA Leadership Speaker Series.
Former energy executive, Keith Bailey, engaged MBA students with case studies during his Leadership Speaker Series presentation.
Renee Middleton, VP of Marketing at Taco Johns, Int'l, speaks to MBA students about the strengths and weaknesses of working for an entrepreneur.
UW MBA students complete Strategic Initiative Projects for Corporate Partners.
MBA Director, Steve Farkas, spoke to UW News about the Energy MBA courses being offered Fall 2013.
Lisa Ohnstad is the type of person to pay it forward. Ohnstad, from Weston, an unincorporated community along the upper Little Powder River north of Gillette, is doing something no other University of Wyoming student has attempted: studying in the new dual pharmacy/MBA degree program. Read more about Lisa's amazing story in UW News.
The UW MBA Program was interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek regarding its relationship with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), in Lander, WY, which runs leadership expeditions tailored to the MBA curriculum. A summary of the story also appeared in the Wyoming Business Report.
MBA online interviewed the UW MBA Program regarding the college’s executive MBA program which can be taken 100% online.
The UW MBA Program and UW Economics Professor Tim Considine were interviewed by KCWY-TV, the NBC affiliate in Cheyenne and Casper, regarding UW’s new Energy MBA programs. Their interviews can be found at the 5:30 mark. The new energy programs were also spotlighted in other outlets, including: Find MBA , KGAB Radio, Top MBA Connect, and MBA Pursuit.
University of Wyoming MBA students discussed details of a Harvard Business case study via video conference with students from the MBA International Management program at Pforzheim University in Germany. Read More
The UW MBA Program is spotlighted in this Wyoming Tribune Eagle feature. The feature also appeared in the Laramie Boomerang.
Wyoming Energy News featured the UW College of Business teaming up with the UW School of Energy Resources and College of Law in launching two new energy-focused tracks in conjunction with its full-time MBA program.
The Holyoke Enterprise featured a story on eight University of Wyoming MBA students participating in the Aspen Institute’s 2012 Business and Society International MBA Case Competition.
Eight College of Business MBA students are competing in this year’s prestigious Aspen Institute case study competition. The competition features some of the top MBA programs in the world. More on this story
Pending UW College of Business faculty approval, the College of Business, in cooperation with the University’s School of Energy Resources, is launching two new optional MBA Energy Management Programs in conjunction with its full-time general MBA program. Please click the following link to view a short (90 second) promotional video.
Three University of Wyoming graduates were recognized with Distinguished Alumni Awards at recent UW Homecoming festivities, including College of Business graduate Chuck Brown and MBA presenter Carol Tomé. Click here to see a release that previewed the events.
Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis’ visit with College of Business MBA students is spotlighted in an article in the Laramie Boomerang.
Have you toured the new College of Business building? If not, click here for a video tour guided by Chelsea Feaver, one of the college’s first-year MBA students.