Partnership, Collaboration, and Mobilization: A Metropolitan College Case Study

Despite an encroaching pandemic, MET harnesses a history of innovation and teamwork to successfully deliver three jeopardized modules with international partner Universidad San Pablo CEU in Madrid. For 14 years, the MET International spring break course in Spain had gone off without a hitch. There was no reason for the program’s coordinators to expect a […]

Credit Cards Pose Dangers During Pandemic, Says MET Finance Director

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of everyone. According to Associate Professor Irena Vodenska, people with low credit scores are especially vulnerable. As Vodenska told WalletHub.com, “During an emergency, people’s credits could rapidly deteriorate, not due to irresponsibility or overspending, but rather due to adverse circumstances.” As MET’s director of finance programs, including the […]

“Outstanding” MET Finance Faculty Lauded

Students in Boston University Metropolitan College’s Master of Science in Financial Management, offered online and on campus, benefit from the program’s top-notch teachers. In fact, a new OnlineEducation article cites BU as a school with “outstanding finance faculty,” and spotlights three MET professors who “have demonstrated leadership through their years of research, teaching, and professional […]

Irena Vodenska Published in Nature’s Scientific Reports

MET Administrative Sciences professor Irena Vodenska has published a paper, entitled “Cascading Failures in Bi-partite Graphs: Model for Systemic Risk Propagation.” The full-text of the paper can be accessed for free in Nature’s Scientific Reports, an online, open-access research publication. Abstract: As economic entities become increasingly interconnected, a shock in a financial network can provoke […]

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