The TMMBA ROI: The knowledge

When considering an MBA program, it is important to consider your return on investment (ROI) since you will be investing a significant amount of time and money. Read Part 3 of our TMMBA ROI Blog Series; in this post, our alumni panelists explain how they have been able to leverage the knowledge gained through the TMMBA... Read More

Oliver Rutz wins O’Dell Award for influential research in search engine marketing

Oliver Rutz, the Marion B. Ingersoll Professor and an associate professor of marketing at the University of Washington Foster School of Business, has received the American Marketing Association’s 2016 William F. O’Dell Award. The O’Dell Award annually recognizes one article in the Journal of Marketing Research that has demonstrated a significant, long-term contribution to marketing... Read More

UW Business Plan Competition makes new ventures a reality

Four student teams take their turns pitching to a panel of seven distinguished Seattle entrepreneurs and an audience of attentive guests. They come with ideas to change the world – bringing electricity to people in developing countries, sterilizing needles to prevent bloodborne diseases, naturally decaffeinating coffee, and shaking up the at-home physical rehabilitation industry. A... Read More

Great Reads: Fiction

What do UW Foster School faculty members like to read for pleasure, not business? Taking a break from our occasional pursuit of serious management titles, we asked them for some favorite works of fiction, and received this wide array of titles. You might find one or two to be ideal summer reads. I Am Pilgrim (Terry Hayes)... Read More

Foster’s Master of Supply Chain Management degree makes debut

Just a few days ago, Foster officially launched a brand new degree program—the Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM). The mission of the one-year, work-compatible program is two-fold: Address the growing demand for innovative supply chain leaders. Equip students with solid business skills, decision-making capabilities, and the knowledge of information technology needed to oversee the... Read More