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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.
15 years ago, William Polk Carey, a visionary real estate investor and generous philanthropist, announced a $50 million gift to Arizona State University's College of Business. Through his generous investment, we've been able to leverage our strengths and accomplish extraordinary things, becoming one of the world's top business schools.
One of Bill Carey’s life mottos was Doing Good While Doing Well. This month, we’re embracing that philosophy by holding our first ever W. P. Carey Kindness Challenge. On Feb. 19, we’re inviting all staff, faculty, and students to make a difference by pledging to do at least one random act of kindness during the day.
We’ve all heard inspiring stories where a complete stranger does something to help someone else out. Often times we only hear about the grand gestures, but it’s usually the small of acts of kindness that can really impact someone’s day. Anyone can find a kind act to do, or report kind acts they experienced by using the hashtag #wpckindnesschallenge on social media. Let’s show the world why W. P. Carey is a place where business is personal.
Marketing Professor Ruth Bolton and Managing Editor Shay Moser share a love of knowledge, and an appreciation of the strong sense of community at W. P. Carey, both contributing to making business personal in and out of the classroom.
Bad credit is not a life sentence, which is good news for the roughly one-third of people with credit scores below 620. So if your credit is damaged, there are indeed steps that you can take to rebuild. Here are a few tips from Professor of Finance Sreedhar Bharath.
As supply chains have grown increasingly complex, where materials come from and how sustainable they are can be hard to uncover. The Sustainability Consortium has developed science-based metrics and tools to help retailers better understand and influence their supply chain practices.