Applied Business Analytics Graduate Student Danielle Song Wins Poster Award at Northeast Decision Science Conference

On April 8, 2022. Danielle Song, who is earning her MS in Applied Business Analytics at BU’s Metropolitan College, won the best graduate student poster award at the 52nd Northeast Decision Sciences Institute (NEDSI) conference, held in Newark, New Jersey. With a poster entitled, “MBTA Winter Storm Planning: Slick Road Prediction Model,” Danielle focused her […]

Newest Episode of MET Makes Conversation Podcast Explores Global Supply Chain Lessons Revealed by Pandemic

The global pandemic gave consumers across the world a deeper appreciation for the importance of quality supply chain management, as irregularities led to service interruptions, product shortages, and delays. On the newest episode of MET Makes Conversation, the podcast where Metropolitan College faculty lend academic perspectives to real-world challenges, supply chain management experts Canan Gunes […]

For Decade of Service, Associate Professor Canan Gunes Corlu Wins INFORMS Meritorious Award

BU MET Associate Professor Canan Gunes Corlu has been recognized by the leading international association for professionals in operations research and management science, INFORMS, for her decade of exceptional dedication and leadership within the organization. INFORMS President Stephen C. Graves, of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, presented Dr. Corlu with the INFORMS Meritorious Service Award […]

Supply Chain Management Career Opportunities Put MET Graduate Certificate in Spotlight

The global economy has made navigating complex international networks more essential to businesses than ever and, according to Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate program faculty director Dr. Canan Gunes Corlu, the management skills required for a career in this arena are now at an increased premium. Dr. Corlu told that qualified professionals with the […]


Analytics Scholar’s Findings Land in Top-Rated A.I. Journal

Dr. Canan Gunes Corlu, a MET assistant professor in the Department of Administrative Sciences and faculty coordinator to the Applied Business Analytics programs, authored a paper that has been accepted for publication in a highly prestigious scientific journal. Dr. Corlu’s paper, “Empirical Distributions of Daily Equity Index Returns: A Comparison,” will see publication in the […]

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Faculty Paper Accepted for Publication

“Subset Selection for Simulations Accounting for Input Uncertainty,” a paper by Assistant Professor of Administrative Sciences Canan Gunes Corlu (who also serves as faculty coordinator for MET’s applied business analytics programs), was accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference. During the conference, which took place in Huntington Beach, Calif., Professor […]

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