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    Business is about people – faculty, staff, corporate partners, students, alumni – and our work changes their lives.

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    The W. P. Carey School of Business educates tomorrow’s business leaders, takes an entrepreneurial approach to learning, and conducts groundbreaking research, in order to create positive change on a global scale.

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    By living out our values of excellence, integrity, impact and community, we create an environment where each student feels supported, connected and empowered.

February is a time to celebrate

The weather is warming up, and so are our hearts. Valentine’s Day is upon us and it’s a time to celebrate the people and moments we cherish. Students are encouraged to participate in the #wpclove campaign on social media, and tell us all the things they love about W. P. Carey – and we hope you’ll join in on the fun as well.

Our next event
Night of the Open Door

Don’t miss Night of the Open Door, an invitation to participate in hands-on activities at the nation’s most innovative university. Bring your family and join us!

Feb. 11 – Feb. 25
Different times at each campus

See calendar for details

News and Happenings

Staff and Faculty Sketches
Meet Michael Goul and Suzanne Rinker

During his career, Associate Dean Michael Goul has been a part of the evolution of the information systems field and remains enthusiastic about its future. With her extensive experience in fundraising, Director of Development Suzanne Rinker is helping create a strong culture of giving and investing in W. P. Carey.

W. P. Carey in the News
Campaign ASU 2020 launches

In order to ensure student access and excellence, champion student success, elevate the academic enterprise, and continue to fuel innovation, W. P. Carey, as part of ASU, is embarking on a comprehensive fundraising campaign to accelerate its mission.

Research and Ideas
Sustainability, big data, and collaboration

What would happen if vacant city lots were turned into urban farms? As part of an interdisciplinary ASU project, Carola Grebitus, assistant professor of food industry management in the Morrison School of Agribusiness, is investigating the idea from an economic perspective.

in case you missed itMLK: Business role model

In time for Black History Month, a new management paper finds that Martin Luther King Jr., minister, activist, speaker, and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize exemplified two types of organizational leadership, both vital to today’s business environment.

dean's digestForward Momentum

We're always striving to improve ourselves and the experience and education we provide. In the past several weeks, we’ve received some encouraging words in that regard: We are once again ranked among the top five schools in the country for our Online MBA and online master's degree programs by U.S. News & World Report.

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did you know?Onboarding new employees

We’ve launched a handy resource for orientation and onboarding. It’s a great way to know what’s expected when, whether you’re a new hire or a manager.