Sign In / Sign Out
- ASU Home
- My ASU
- Colleges and Schools
- Map and Locations
Business is about people – faculty, staff, corporate partners, students, alumni – and our work changes their lives.
The W. P. Carey School of Business is redefining business education.
By living out our values of excellence, integrity, impact and community, we create an environment where each student feels supported, connected and empowered.
Sun Devil spirit is alive and well year-round at ASU, but during Homecoming, we turn that up a notch. From honoring alumni at the Hall of Fame to enjoying food and fun at the W. P. Carey block party tent, Homecoming is a time to gather and cheer on our Sun Devils, on and off the field. Speaking of spirit, W. P. sCarey is fast approaching, so make certain to submit your team’s theme before the deadline. The never-ending enthusiasm of our faculty and staff is one reason W. P. Carey is a place where business is personal – during October and all year long.
Assistant Professor Ned Wellman and Associate Director of Employer Relations Cameron Robb both share a love of the outdoors, and both enjoy adding that special touch to every interaction that says business and business education is personal.
A recently released working paper by three economics professors makes the case that prolonged exposure to air pollution does not just cause respiratory problems, but also puts individuals at higher risk for dementia.
Over the past decade, Professor of Management David Waldman has used neurofeedback, a non-invasive tool that measures brain waves, to study the traits and behaviors of good and bad bosses, and is discovering ways to “reprogram” neuro-pathways for positive leadership behavior.