W. P. Carey magazine

Published twice a year, W. P. Carey magazine reflects the diverse interests and achievements of the school's alumni, faculty, students, and businesses. Please share your questions, comments, and subscription requests with us via email at editor.wpcmagazine@asu.edu.

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Autumn 2017 magazine

Autumn 2017

It's not your standard-issue, government-backed space race anymore. Space is serious business and these days that business is booming. W. P. Carey magazine catches up with alumni whose companies are planning for an interstellar future, and the sky is by no means the limit. Also, meet an alumna and alumnus whose formative years inspired rewarding careers. Plus, get the latest research and tips for managing your device use.
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Spring 2017 magazine

Spring 2017

When we think of good neighbors, qualities such as friendly and considers our lifestyle come to mind. For decades, this only applied to people. Today, the trend is toward companies creating strong relationships with neighborhoods. W. P. Carey magazine covers this scene playing out across the country. Also, learn about sustainable living and three alums with deep roots in real estate.
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Autumn 2016 magazine

Autumn 2016

How do companies like Sossaman Farms secure the future of local foods? W. P. Carey magazine talks to local farmers to find out. Also in this issue, meet students and alumni who are using hands-on consulting experiences to add value to business. Plus, you’ll get to know doctoral students studying information systems, supply chain management, management and economics.
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Spring 2016 magazine

Spring 2016

Health care heal thyself: W. P. Carey magazine talks to providers about their efforts to improve the patient experience while simultaneously lowering costs. From research, meet the scholars who are studying well-being, family farms and female CEOs. Also in this issue, learn how high achievers are handling stress, and two remarkable students talk about the rocky road to college.
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Fall 2015 magazine

Autumn 2015

It may be lonely at the top, but CEOs are not alone. W. P. Carey magazine takes you inside the boardroom, where seasoned business leaders counsel and guide the captains of industry. Also in this issue, meet alumni designers with business savvy who are creating beautiful things for your life. Catch up on research, update your calendar and see what your classmates are doing.
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Spring 2015 magazine

Spring 2015

Box scores, batting averages, splits: numbers have always been part of sports, but never more so than today. As our alumni report, data analytics is transforming sports, on the field and in the back office. Meantime, Cactus League baseball is back in town! Read on for research, class notes, and more.
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Autumn 2014 magazine

Autumn 2014

The W. P. Carey School of Business is fertile ground for entrepreneurs. In this issue, read about successful ventures led by students and alumni, including a few started while their owners were still students. Browse our guide to some of the fun places eat, party and hang out around campus — just in time for Homecoming!
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Spring 2014 Magazine

Spring 2014

W. P. Carey and the business community are partners in the joint venture of building and running successful organizations. In this issue, read about the ways companies come to campus for talent and solutions, and about alumni who applied their business education to create a new model for nurturing families and neighborhoods. Read this issue


Autumn 2013 magazine

Autumn 2013

In its debut issue, W. P. Carey magazine introduces the school’s new dean, Amy Hillman, and tours McCord Hall, the school’s new center for graduate and honors business education. Also read about an alumnus who pioneered digital technologies that transformed entertainment, a summer camp for freshmen and research from top business scholars. Read this issue