Life with meaning.
That’s the literal translation of 生意 (sheng-yi), the Chinese word for business.
And that’s our approach to teaching business management as a liberal art.
We engage students. You’ll share ideas with classmates, work closely with expert faculty, and get your hands on real-world tools like SAP (all our majors learn how to use it). You can invest a half million dollars in socially responsible businesses in the Brown Advisory Student-Managed Investment Fund. And you can learn how to build your own business from the ground up.
It’s your dream, and we want you to dream big—like our Brown Advisory students Ryan Leigh, Audrey Utchen, Jonathan Wendeborn, and Shreyas Suresh, back from attending Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska. We’re here to help them—and you—make your dream real.
Brown Advisory on Twitter, live from Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting:
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Read perspectives on study—and life—abroad from three Business Management students in the new issue of 4Corners, the Global Education Office’s International Programs Magazine. BUS major Katie Zabel talks about her time in Australia and Scottland, BUS major Lily Britt shares memories of her time in Hong Kong, and BUS minor Evelyn Mantegani remembers her spring semester in Ireland.
As part of the George Washington Leadership Series, on Nov. 14, CNBC’s Rick Santelli will moderate a discussion with Jeffrey M. Lacker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, and Brian Rogers, chairman and CIO of T. Rowe Price.
Students and local entrepreneurs will have a chance to pitch their ideas on the STRT1UP Road Show bus, which kicks off its annual Maryland tour on Sept. 10 in Martha Washington Square.
The faculty and students of the Department of Business Management mourn the passing of Stanley “Stan” Schottland, one of the department’s most generous benefactors and an inspirational leader for countless Washington College students.