Dan Levine MBA’02, Founder of Engaging Minds, an Executive Function Coaching Organization

Dan Levine MBA’02 started Engaging Minds, Executive Function Coaching for students in primary through higher education. It’s different from other tutoring companies because it focuses not on the content or subject matter but on the approach and strategy. “Every student can and should feel successful. However, many students need more explicit instruction around the skills […]

Questrom Undergraduate Student-Led Astra Wellbeing has been named on the Poets & Quants 2023 List of Most Disruptive Business School Startups

Undergraduates Johar Singh (Questrom ’24), Josh Bruehwiler (Questrom ’24), and Taha Moukara, (Questrom ’24) launched Astra Wellbeing, a Healthcare Employee Recognition Platform out of gratitude for the healthcare workers who had taken care of them. Josh and Taha both suffered severe medical conditions and Johar watched his mother fight Covid-19 on the frontlines. This month […]

Boston University Team Wins 2nd Annual Questrom $50K Sustainability Case Competition

The 2nd annual Questrom $50K Sustainability Case Competition was a success. Congratulations to the three finalist teams from Boston University, American University, and UMass Boston. More than 70 teams from 24 universities from the East coast participated in the 2nd annual case competition earlier this month. The Boston University team consisting of Illiana Arroyo’25, Devin […]

BU Ranked By The Princeton Review for Top 50 Entrepreneurship Programs of 2024

Boston University’s Grad and Undergrad Programs Continue to Rank on Princeton Review’s Top 50 Entrepreneurship Programs. Boston University’s Undergraduate Program ranks #39 overall, and #4 in the Northeast. The Boston University Questrom School of Business Graduate Programs rank #23 overall and #4 in the Northeast. The Princeton Review Top 50 Entrepreneurship Rankings are based on […]

The 5th Annual Battle of the Boutiques 2023

Each year, the Battle of the Boutiques Case Competition challenges participants to form, storm, norm, and perform over the course of just 7 days. This year’s challenge tasked teams with determining strategic direction and increasing global recognition of Newton restaurant Shaking Crab, facing high operating and labor costs. Congratulations to the 1st and 2nd place […]

Questrom Professor Marshall Van Alstyne Named One of the Most Influential Management Thinkers by Thinkers50

Every two years, Thinkers50 asks the question: who are the world’s most influential living management thinkers? Questrom’s Marshall Van Alstyne and co-author Geoff Parker make the 2023 list. Together, they developed the concept of two-sided markets, which is used extensively in platform business models, and delivered the first comprehensive analysis of platform technology. Marshall Van […]

Robyn Johnson’24 Supported Her Team’s Victory in the 5th Annual Battle of the Boutiques Case Competition

Meet Robyn Johnson, part-time MBA student, Class of 2024, and dedicated Questrom Undergraduate Academic Advisor. As presenter, problem solver, and project manager, Robyn supported her team’s recent victory in the Battle of the Boutiques Case Competition. Robyn, who regularly speaks to hundreds of students at a time, was a natural choice for the role of […]

Alum Collin Yip’s Innovation Hub, Somernova, Reveals Big Plans for 1.6 Million SF Expansion

Collin Yip (Questrom’12) gave us word that his innovation incubator campus, Somernova, in Somerville, MA, is proposing to add 1.6m sf to its campus spanning 7.4 acres just outside of Somerville’s Union Square neighborhood, where several start-up companies already have made themselves at home, such as Sublime Systems, a company aiming to decarbonize cement production. […]