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(INTRO SLIDE INCLUDE NAME/LOGO OF AUDIENCE) WE ARE BUILDING THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS our mission The W. P. Carey School of Business educates tomorrows business leaders, takes an entrepreneurial approach to learning, and conducts groundbreaking research in order to create positive change on a global scale. our vision The W. P. Carey School of Business creates leaders who: Rethink the nature of business Engage the world Create a better future BUILDING THE FUTURE

OF BUSINESS ASUs W. P. Carey School of Business Founded in 1955 Named in honor of our benefactor, the late investor and philanthropist Wm. Polk Carey One of the largest and highest-ranked business schools in the United States

Acclaimed faculty: Four Academy of Management Fellows, two Fellows of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, an Association for Consumer Research Fellow, and a Nobel Prize winner in economics Undergraduate business degree programs in more than 25 disciplines Range of specialized masters and MBA programs More than 90,0000 alumni worldwide

Consistently ranked among the top 30 business schools by U.S. News & World Report BUILDING THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS W. P. CAREY BY THE NUMBERS* 13,000 + 14 27 8 3 56 110 138 12

262 301 91% 90,000 + total W. P. Carey students MBA and masters degree options for full-time, part-time, executive, and online students undergraduate business degree programs doctoral degrees graduate degree programs offered in Shanghai National Merit Scholars countries represented in our diverse and growing student body doctoral candidates well-known research centers and a research institute corporate memberships to industry advising boards

esteemed faculty members placement rate within 90 days of graduation for Full-time MBA students alumni across industries and around the world PROGRAM RANKINGS A reputation for excellence The W. P. Carey School of Business is one of the top business schools in the country, highly ranked for academics, groundbreaking research, and student outcomes. PROGRAM RANKINGS PROGRAM RANKINGS FACULTY AND RESEARCH

The W. P. Carey School faculty ranks among the best in the world for research productivity, consistently Top 30 worldwide in the University of Texas at Dallas Top 100 Business School Research Rankings. FACULTY AND RESEARCH Academic Departments We are driven to impact the worlds most significant challenges. Our 301 faculty members bring that quest for knowledge into the classroom and into their research. On average, the W. P. Carey faculty publishes over 150 research articles in top-tier research publications annually.

School of Accountancy Morrison School of Agribusiness Department of Economics Department of Finance Department of Information Systems Department of Management Department of Marketing Department of Supply Chain Management FACULTY AND RESEARCH Editorships Our faculty are editors of the leading journals in their fields: Laurel Anderson, associate editor, Journal of Service Research Hendrik Bessembinder: managing editor, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis; associate editor, Journal of Financial Economics Mary Jo Bitner, editor, Journal of Service Research Craig Carter, co-editor, Journal of Supply Chain Management

Hector Chade, associate editor, Review of Economic Dynamics Pei-Yu Chen, associate editor, Management Science Thomas Choi, co-editor, Journal of Operations Management FACULTY AND RESEARCH Editorships John Fowler, editor-in-chief, IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering; joint editor, Journal of Simulation Amanda Friedenberg, associate editor, Journal of Economic Theory; associate editor, International Journal of Game Theory Bin Gu, associate editor, MIS Quarterly; associate editor, Information Systems Research Glenn Hoetker, associate editor, Strategic Management Journal Don Lange, associate editor, Academy of Management Review Jeff LePine, Associate Editor, Journal of Applied Psychology Naomi Mandel associate editor, Journal of Marketing Research; associate editor, Customer Needs & Solutions Andrea Morales, associate editor, Journal of Consumer Research B. Ravikumar, editor, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control

FACULTY AND RESEARCH Editorships Kevin Reffett, associate editor, Dynamic Games and Applications Ed Schlee, board of editors, American Economic Review Dan Silverman, co-editor, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy David Van Fleet, managing editor, International Food and Agribusiness Management Review Gustavo Ventura, associate editor, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control Galina Vereshchagina, associate editor, Review of Economic Dynamics Jeffrey Wilson, associate editor, Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology; editorial board chair, American Journal of Public Health FACULTY AND RESEARCH We are growing This year, we are honored to introduce 14 new members of our esteemed faculty, each bringing passion and experience to what were so committed to building: School of Accountancy Lucile Faurel - University of California, Irvine

Department of Information Systems Zhongju Zhang - University of Connecticut Morrison School of Agribusiness Ashok Mishra - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Department of Management Michael Baer - PhD, University of Georgia Margaret Luciano - PhD, University of Connecticut Christine Shropshire - University of Georgia David Welsh - University of Washington Department of Finance Hendrik Bessembinder - University of Utah Mark Seasholes - Hong Kong University of Science

and Technology Jessie Jiaxu Wang - PhD, Carnegie Mellon University Department of Marketing Kirk Kristofferson - University of British Columbia Monika Lisjak - Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands FACULTY AND RESEARCH Dont take our word for it Sought out by the worlds leading media outlets, W. P. Carey faculty members are quoted over 5,000 times annually. FACULTY AND RESEARCH Research Centers

Generating research, ideas, and information that support academics and business professionals. L. William Seidman Research Institute Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center Center for Entrepreneurship CABIT: Center for Advancing Business through Information Technology Center for Services Leadership CAPS: Center for Strategic Supply Research CaSN: Center for Supply Networks CASEE: Center for the Advanced Study in Economic Efficiency Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice Center for Environmental Economics and Sustainability Policy Center for the Study of Economic Liberty (new in 2015)

FACULTY AND RESEARCH Advisory Boards Over 260 corporations and senior business leaders partner with the W. P. Carey School of Business. Accountancy Advisory Board Center for Advancing Business through Information Technology Board CAPS Research: Center for Strategic Supply Research Center for Services Leadership Board Deans Council Entrepreneurship Advisory Board Finance Advisory Board Information Systems Executive Advisory Board Network for Value Chain Excellence Real Estate Advisory Board DEGREE PROGRAMS

Cultivating tomorrows business leaders with a broad array of degree programs. DEGREE PROGRAMS Undergraduate Degree Programs Accountancy Global Agribusiness Business Global Leadership Business Data Analytics Global Logistics Management

Business Entrepreneurship Spanish Language and Culture (new in 2015) Sports and Media Studies Statistics Global Politics Supply Chain Management Human Resources Sustainability Communication

Law Technology Computer Information Systems Management Tourism Chinese Language and Culture (new in 2015) Economics Economics and Engineering

Management (concurrent degree Marketing Public Service and Public Policy with ASUs Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering) Finance Food Industry Management Retail Management DEGREE PROGRAMS Undergraduate Degree Programs Minors

Business minor Certificates Real Estate minor Applied Business Data Analytics Entrepreneurship and Innovation Honors Business Consulting International Business Leadership in Business (New in 2015) Professional Sales Sales and Marketing Essentials Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Sports Business DEGREE PROGRAMS Graduate Degree Programs Master of Business Administration Specialized Masters Degrees (MBA) Master of Accountancy (MACC) Full-time MBA Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA)

Online MBA Part-time MBA (Evening) Executive MBA Master of Science in Finance (MSFIN) Master of Science in Global Logistics (MSGL) Degrees Offered in China Master of Science in Information Management (MSIM) Executive MBA

Master of Science in Management (MiM) Masters in Management Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Master of Taxation (MTax) DEGREE PROGRAMS PhD Programs PhD in Business Administration Accountancy Agribusiness Information Systems

Finance Management Marketing Supply Chain Management PhD in Economics DEGREE PROGRAMS Executive Education Programs Custom programs Leadership Development workshops Supply Chain Management certificate Business Analytics certificate Real Estate Development certificate Small Business Leadership Academy Services Leadership courses Professional certificate in Entrepreneurship

DEGREE PROGRAMS ASU Interdisciplinary Partners College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Julie Ann Wrigley School of Sustainability Sandra Day OConnor College of Law Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications College of Public Service and Community Solutions Barrett, The Honors College OH, THE PLACES THEY GO Employers who hire W. P. Carey students and graduates OH, THE PLACES THEY GO 3M Company

A.T. Kearney Inc. Abbott Laboratories Air Products and Chemicals Inc. Amazon.com Inc. American Airlines Inc. American Express Co. Apple Inc. Applied Materials Inc. Arizona Coyotes Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) Avnet Inc. B/E Aerospace Inc. Bank of America Corp. BDO USA LLP BeachFlesichman PC Bechtel National Inc. BlackRock Inc.

The Boeing Co. BP PLC C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. CVS Caremark Charles Schwab and Co. Inc. Chevron Corporation Chrysler Group LLC Cisco Systems Inc. Citigroup Inc. CliftonLarsonAllen LLP The Coca-Cola Co. ConAgra Foods Inc. ConocoPhillips Co. Dell Inc. Deloitte LLP DHL Express Inc.

Edward Jones Eide Bailly LLP E. & J. Gallo Winery Enterprise Rent-A-Car Equity Methods Ernst & Young LLP Exxon Mobil Corp. Freeport-McMoRan Inc. Gannett Local GEICO General Dynamics Corp. General Mills Inc. General Motors Co. GoDaddy Operating Co. LLC The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Henkel Corporation

Honeywell International Inc. IDS Technology Marketing International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) Insight Enterprises Inc. Intel Corporation JPMorgan Chase & Co. Johnson & Johnson Services OH, THE PLACES THEY GO Employers who hire W. P. Carey students and graduates KPMG LLP LOral Group Lockheed Martin Corp. Mattel Inc.

Marriott International Inc. McGladrey LLP Medtronic Inc. MGM Resorts International MicroAge Microsoft Corp. Mobile Mini Inc. Mondel-ez International Inc. Monsanto Co. Navigate Research Nestle USA Inc. Nike Inc. The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. ON Semiconductor PNC Financial Services Group Inc.

PepsiCo Inc. PetSmart Inc. Phillips 66 Co. Protiviti Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Raytheon Co. Republic Services Inc. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited Shea Homes Stanley Black & Decker Inc. Starbucks Corp. Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. State Farm Stryker Corp. Target Corp.

UBS US Airways Inc. UTC Aerospace Systems United Services Automobile Association (USAA) The Vanguard Group Inc. W. P. Carey Inc. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Wells Fargo & Co. World Fuel Services Corp. Zion and Zion RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Greatness in business comes with extensive experience, commitment, and perseverance. The W. P. Carey School is proud to recognize the excellence of leaders from the local, national, and international

business community. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Lawrence R. Klein Award An annual honor for economic forecasting accuracy, the W. P. Carey School of Business presents the Lawrence R. Klein Award in association with the nationally recognized Blue Chip Economic Indicators newsletter. 2015 Award Winner Robert A. Dye Most accurate U.S. forecast among the nations top economists from 2011 to 2014 Serves as vice president and chief economist at Comerica Bank

On the board of directors of the National Association of Business Economics and a past president of the Economic Club of Pittsburgh Former senior economist for Moodys Economy.com and Wharton Econometrics RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE W. P. Carey Alumni Hall of Fame Established in 1977, the W. P. Carey Hall of Fame recognizes alumni who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their fields and in the community. 2015 Inductee William B. Kent

President and CEO of The Kent Companies Survived the collapse of the west Texas oil economy and has expanded from 75 employees to more than 1,100 President of the Chevron Texaco Petroleum Marketers Association, a board member of the National Association of Convenience Stores Major founding contributor to the Sun Devil Stadium renovation project

BS in business administration, 1978 RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE W. P. Carey Alumni Hall of Fame 2015 Inductee Edmundo Hidalgo Former president and CEO of Chicanos Por La Causa Inc. Oversaw double-digit growth for five of the past seven years, enabling the corporation to become a highly visible advocate for social and economic development

Previously served nine years as Chicanos Po La Causa COO Advisory board and commission member for such groups as the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, ASUs Morrison Institute for Public Policy, the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders, the New Markets Tax Credit Coalition, and the Arizona Department of Health Services MBA, 2000 RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE

W. P. Carey Alumni Hall of Fame 2015 Inductee Robert W. Pryor President of Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest nonprofit health care system in Texas Has increased access to quality care with more than 850 access points and 49 hospitals for 5.3 million patient encounters annually Has authored book chapters, articles, and abstracts in over two dozen publications

Board-certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and the American College of Critical Care Medicine with 20 years of experience as a practicing intensive care pysician MBA, 2003 RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Executive of the Year Award The W. P. Carey Schools Deans Council honors one business leader annually whose contribution is recognized as significant to the nation and the world, whose inspired leadership has created and sustained superior organizational performance, and whose achievements exemplify a model for future business leaders. 2015 Award Winner Christopher L. Mapes

Elected to the board of directors of Lincoln Electric Holdings Inc. in 2010, and named COO in 2011 Has served as president and CEO since 2012, and as chairman since 2013 Has held a number of leadership positions and board memberships, and currently serves on the boards of the Timken Company Greater Cleveland Partnership, Greater Cleveland Chapter of the American Red Cross, National Association of Manufacturers, and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation

Vice chairman of the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network Holds degrees from Ball State University, the University of Toledo, and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Celebrating Sun Devil Achievements ASU Sun Devil Select (New in 2015) Incredible history of entrepreneurship and innovation at ASU

Established in 2015 Honors legacy by celebrating achievements of Sun Devil-owned and Sun Devil-led businesses across the globe Annual ASU- and W. P. Carey-sponsored event welcomes alumni business leaders who are igniting innovation back to campus, where they have the opportunity to cultivate deep connections with fellow winners, meet with the dean, visit classrooms, and network

RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Celebrating Sun Devil Achievements 2015 Sun Devil Select Class Bill Rogers, CEO David Anderson, Co-founder, President Homeowners Financial Group & CEO Charles Layne, CEO STG Cliff Schertz, Founder and CEO Tiempo Development Dallin Harris, Principal

Skyhook Internet Marketing Off Madision Ave David DeLorenzo, President Fruitables Errol Berry, CEO & Managing Partner Print.Save.Repeat. Frank Healy, President and CEO Higher Ed Growth RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Celebrating Sun Devil Achievements 2015 Sun Devil Select Class itSynergy

Joel McFadden, COO FAN Interactive Marketing Lisa VanBockern, Owner SkinScript Marc Chesley, Chief Technology Officer Infusionsoft Margaret Dunn, President & CEO Dunn Transportation Michael Cocanower, Founder and President Robyn Barrett, Managing Member FSW Funding Scott Gates, President and COO Western Window Systems Tim Haitaian, Co-founder and CFO RedShelf

Weston Bergmann, Investor BetaBlox RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Spirit of Enterprise Awards The Spirit of Enterprise Awards is Arizonas premier celebration of entrepreneurship. Each year, for the past 19 years, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University has recognized businesses that positively impact our economy while exhibiting ethics, energy, and excellence in entrepreneurship. Pinnacle Transplant Technologies Emerging Entrepreneur Award A human tissue bank that processes allograft tissue for transplant. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Spirit of Enterprise Awards

TYR Tactical The Hahnco Companies Special Achievement in Entrepreneurship Award Provides world-class engineering and research and development capabilities with customized solutions to increase the performance of soldiers worldwide. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Spirit of Enterprise Awards Potter's House Apothecary and Wellness The Spirit of Enterprise Innovation in Entrepreneurship Award A pharmacy specializing in both sterile and general compounding, making medications specifically for a patient's unique needs. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Spirit of Enterprise Awards The Dhaba Plaza

Gary L. Trujillo Minority Enterprise Award sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona A one-stop South Asian cultural center housing highly coveted, multi-award winning DHABA restaurant and marketplace, Indian artifacts, cooking school and resource center. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Spirit of Enterprise Awards Vivek Kopparthi, NeoLight Spirit of Enterprise Student Entrepreneur Award A medical device company that develops phototherapy beds to cure jaundice in pre-term and full-term babies. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Igniting Entrepreneurialism ASU Sun Devil Igniter Challenge

(New in 2015) The Sun Devil Igniter Challenge is open to all ASU students who see the reward in risk and possess the drive to create change through a disruptive, innovative idea. Hosted by the W. P. Carey School of Business, this annual event is unlike any other university entrepreneurship competition. Phase One Up to five finalists selected and given $5,000 to enhance and improve their idea Phase Two Finalists present finished concept, with one winner awarded $50,000 to transform their idea into reality RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Igniting Entrepreneurialism

The Igniter Challenge Board of Directors Highly sought after, prestigious, experienced group of serial entrepreneurs and active investors Involved every step of the way Judge the competition Act as a Board of Directors for the winning entrepreneurial team in the first year

following the competition the Igniter Year RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Igniting Entrepreneurialism 2015 Igniter Challenge Winner HELOS: Heel Locking System Co-founded by Rebecca Christensen, Leila Jawhar, J.J. McNeill, Michael Heeb, Phillip Woods, Chieh-An Chen, and Gilwon Kim, HELOS is a highly capable team of engineers who have created a revolutionary step-in design for a new type of snowboard binding. HELOS is a unique, attractive, and durable product that will make life easier for the end user while upholding a competitive edge against bindings already on the market. RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Igniting Entrepreneurialism Pakis Social Entrepreneurship Challenge

(New in 2016) The Pakis Social Entrepreneurship Challenge is open to all ASU students who wish to make change in the world through the creation of new ventures. Phase One three finalist teams selected and given $7,500 to enhance and improve their idea Phase Two Finalists present finished concept, with one winner awarded $20,000 to transform their idea into reality RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Accessing Industry Thought Leaders Economic Club of Phoenix Lead. Inform. Influence. The Economic Club of Phoenix (ECP) enhances discussion of economic and business issues among academic, business, labor, and public sectors in the Phoenix area.

2013-2014 Speakers Punit Renjen, Chairman of the Board, Deloitte LLP Edward J. Joe Shoen, CEO, U-Haul International Dan Burns, CEO, Athletes Performance John Stobo, Managing General Partner, ABS Capital Beth Bierbower, President of the Employer Group Segment, Humana Dan Hesse, CEO, Sprint RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Accessing Industry Thought Leaders 2014-2015 Speakers Ray Anderson, Vice President for University Athletics and Athletic Director, Arizona State University Kevin Knight, CEO, Knight Transportation Walter Robb, Co-CEO, Whole Foods Market Michael Tipsord, Vice Chairman and COO, State Farm

Elizabeth Crain, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Moelis & Company RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE Accessing Industry Thought Leaders 2015-2016 Speakers Cliff Burrows, Group president, U.S., Americas, and Teavana, Starbucks Corp. Susan Salka, CEO, president, and director, AMN Healthcare Services Inc. Harvey Kanter, President, CEO, and chairman of the board, Blue Nile Hillary Schneider, President, LifeLock John Hammergren, Chairman, president, and CEO, McKesson Corp. and Deans Council Executive of the Year

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