Back to class looks a little different this year, but it’s still “business is personal” as usual. Here are some reminders of what you can do to make every student feel safe, welcome, and a valued member of the W. P. Carey School of Business.

Creating a Community of Care.

COVID-19 updates

Get the latest news and guidelines from the W. P. Carey School and Arizona State University.

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in case you missed it“What are we here to teach our students?”

W. P. Carey invests in faculty and students with Teaching & Learning workshops, the most recent featuring case study learning expert Jay Dial.

Diversity, Equity, and InclusionEnvisioning a more inclusive future

W. P. Carey is committed to creating a more equitable and inclusive environment for students, faculty, and staff. Here are resources to help learn and grow in these areas.

did you know?Recognize your colleagues

The SUN Award is an easy way to give immediate recognition to your coworkers. It is a thoughtful, positive way to honor an employee for supporting university goals. Submit a SUN Award to any faculty, staff or student worker who demonstrates excellence.

News and Happenings

Staff and Faculty Sketches
Victor Benjamin and Elana Kutz

Meet Information Systems Professor Victor Benjamin and director of the Sports Business program Elana Kutz. These two employees with Arizona roots are shaping the future of business in their areas of expertise, whether on the web or on the field.

W. P. Carey in the News
Addressing medical errors

Research shows the majority of medical errors can be traced to poor teamwork and communication as patients — and their medications, charts, labs, and scans — are passed between health care providers. Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Margaret Luciano says numerous changes must be implemented across the health care system.

W. P. Carey research
Lending a hand

Information Systems researchers Raghu Santanam and Kevin Hong found that religion impacts how individual funders support borrowers in online prosocial platforms. A recent study showed lenders in online microfinance markets are more likely to support people who trust the same God they trust.