W. P. Carey magazine
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We’re thrilled to share the autumn 2023 W. P. Carey magazine, which reflects on where we were, what we did, and how we’ve grown and changed since William Polk Carey’s $50 million endowment in 2003. The gift from the New York real estate investor and philanthropist transformed the College of Business into the W. P. Carey School of Business and set the school on a transformative trajectory to become the largest and among the top-ranked business schools in the country. As we celebrate W. P. Carey’s 20th birthday in this issue, learn what’s new and next.
Get the scoop on the New Governance Lab and W. P. Carey’s ninth academic unit, the School of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, which was launched on the ASU West Valley campus. Plus, read about faculty research that concludes happiness from material and experiential are challenging to compare and the alum whose telehealth product was ready to fill a gap in the industry during the coronavirus pandemic.Read issue
The fall issue of the W. P. Carey magazine shares the first details of the school’s new strategic plan, which reimagines the future of business education to prioritize access, excellence, and innovation in everything we do. Led by Dean Ohad Kadan, our plan aims to propel the W. P. Carey School to new heights in business education, knowledge creation, and engagement with businesses and communities.
Plus, read about new third-semester tracks to help students further align their course of study with their career goals, faculty research that examines how to understand and measure wage and promotion opportunities within companies, and the alum whose company was well-positioned to meet the virtual demand during COVID-19.Read issue
At the W. P. Carey School, the idea of collaboration isn’t a lofty goal or an empty promise. It’s a practice that’s infused into just about everything the school does. From Bachelor of Arts concentrations for undergraduates to international partnerships that bring the world to Arizona, learn how W. P. Carey students, faculty, alumni, and administrators are committed to making meaningful connections that benefit everyone.
Plus, read about how an alumna balances profit and purpose to sustain her late brother's winery, the positive effects of hobbies, and what works in online weight-management platforms.Read issue
The autumn 2021 issue of W. P. Carey magazine sheds light on supply chain managers who have kept the world moving since the pandemic began. Learn how they changed their perspectives on supply chain management, how they pivoted their businesses to respond, and how they’re preparing for the future.
Other highlights in this issue include what "going to work" means to alumni in the postpandemic age, a real estate alum's journey to create diversity in the industry, and how one Sun Devil's company is riding the pandemic bike boom.Read issue
With a special emphasis on generosity and gratitude, you can read our digital Spring 2021 issue anytime and anywhere! Highlights include alums Denise Woodard, founder and CEO of Partake Foods; Josh Elizetxe, founder and CEO of Snow at-home teeth whitening company; and Marcus Delgado, who’s a lead project resource analyst at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Featured on the cover is Aniyah Braveboy, a senior majoring in business public service and public policy. She was honored in November with a 2020 Catalyst Award by the Arizona State University Committee for Campus Inclusion for her work fostering and promoting diversity and inclusion at ASU and beyond.Read issue
This issue explores what sets the W. P. Carey School of Business apart in troubled times. Read about our earliest days of remote learning and embracing the new realities of education. From experience and support networks to talent development, W. P. Carey is taking teaching and learning beyond the bounds of the traditional learning model. Highlights include alums George Vasquez, who founded Someburros, Scott Moffit, president of coffee creamer and beverage division of Danone North America, and Todd Lemay, who brought all-terrain and off-road mobility vehicles and wheelchairs to the U.S.Read issue
It's OK to say the F-word. Fail is not a dirty word. Get insights from alumni who have powered through failures to find success. From professional setbacks to life-changing personal events, discover tips on how to overcome obstacles from those who have been there themselves. See how success fits Tommy John founders comfortably, catch up with the 2019 Alumni Hall of Fame class, and learn the truth about business school rankings. Research also shows the problem with performance goals, the power of social capital, and why newspaper closures prompt extra effort for local businesses.Read issue
How do retailers thrive in today's rapidly evolving marketplace? Faculty experts and on-the-ground alumni pros share their tips. Generations of alums tell us how they shop for goods. Plus read about the customized, environmentally friendly future of fashion. There's also research about how digital and physical touchpoints shape our customer experience, the business perils of distraction, and post-college affects of merit-based aid.Read issue
Meet the alumni behind the magical storytelling, highlight-reel-worthy athletic accomplishments, and can’t-miss viral moments of the entertainment industry. Hold on to the edge of your seat as you read about four alums whose professional careers were unalterably changed when an unexpected event or opportunity came up. And get a 3-minute briefing of two impactful people in the corporate world, plus research about food deserts, virtual robots, and why we shop to feel better.Read issue
We spend much of our lives thinking about money. Do we have enough cash in our pocket to buy a snack? How do we fund a big idea? What’s “the number” for a comfortable retirement? Alumni and professors guide us with their financial principles on earning, investing, and spending. Join us as we trace a successful alumna and alumnus in their rise in the world of finance. Plus, the future of cryptocurrency.Read issue
Today’s energy providers and sources continue to evolve, from wood and coal to natural gas and solar. Globally, attitudes and perceptions about power efficiency prevail. W. P. Carey magazine caught up with alumni whose companies are diversifying how they do business in the energy industry. Plus, meet the utility leader who champions sustainability and alumna who navigates the conscious capitalism path. You’ll get strategy secrets from the 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame inductees, too.Read issue Activity answers
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.Read issue Activity answers
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.Read issue
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.Read issue
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.Read issue
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.Read issue
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.Read issue
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!Read issue
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 issue
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 first-year students and research from top business scholars.Read issue