As a BU undergraduate, Alexis Redman was a student leader—a resident assistant, a Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground student ambassador, a founding E-board member of the Black Business Student Association, and a leader within Umoja, BU’s Black student union. She had a dual concentration in organizational behavior and operations management at the Questrom School […]
Questrom places within top 17 in areas of gender diversity, salary increase of alumni, and CSR content In the newest Financial Times Global MBA 2020 Ranking of full-time programs, Boston University Questrom School of Business increased its placement by three spots to 34th in the United States, and one spot to 67th globally. The Financial […]
During his senior year, Will Denslow (along with business partner Brian Zitin) skipped class to work on a brokerage firm that used algorithms to source deals, selling a total of $5 million in real estate. Hyped by that success and having identified inefficiencies in the homebuying process, they founded Reggora, which uses an “Uber-style platform” […]
Everett, BU Questrom’s alumni magazine, is recognized by prestigious international competition as one of the best magazines in higher education.
Started by students and alumni, these businesses may have the perfect gift for everyone on your list.
James Brett (Questrom ’91) named chief executive of J. Crew as Millard Drexler (Questrom ’68) steps down.
One of Fortune’s 50 most powerful Latinas shares leadership advice.
Vivien Laszloffy, Forbes 30 Under 30 luxury brand CEO shares her journey.
Ruth A. MacFarlane Hunter (ENG’64, Questrom’86) recognized for spearheading change in the transportation industry
At their September meeting, Kenneth J. Feld (Questrom ’70), chairman of the Boston University Board of Trustees, announced six new members joining the BU Board of Trustees. Three of these additions have Questrom roots.