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 […]

International Students Get Warm Introduction to Vital American Cultural Institution: S’mores

There’s something of a new annual tradition among the students of American Institutions and Culture (MET MG 545), thanks to BU MET lecturer Jamie Robertson. As part of the course’s primer on American history and culture, its cohort of visiting MET International students have also gotten introduced to a classic, three-pronged sweet treat: s’mores. The […]

MET is Hiring! Part-Time Lecturer in Management Sought

Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) is seeking applicants for part-time teaching positions in Management with expertise in one of the following disciplines: Business Analytics Finance Supply Chain Marketing Innovation Business Management Candidates with strong backgrounds in other related areas are also encouraged to apply. Metropolitan College, one of the 17 degree-granting schools and colleges of […]