Congratulations to Boston University Questrom School of Business students, Dennis Karpovitch (BSBA’21) and Celina Saffioti (BSBA’21), for receiving a Robert L. Gould Scholastic Award in the 2021 competition. This contest was sponsored by the fintech firm, SS&C Technologies, Inc. to recognize outstanding university students who produce academic papers on topics related to investment strategies, theories […]
Pictured: Veronica Escobar-Mesa (left) and Frances Smyth (right) The annual Poets & Quants Best & Brightest Business Majors list, begun in 2016, has honored 100 of the most accomplished seniors who majored in business showcasing the Class of 2021 for whom “business is a tool to give back and do good. It is a means […]
Team of Minishrang Borgoyary, Carolyn Heusser, Joon Jin and Youngbin Tak took home first place in the virtual competition. The case dealt with how the company might execute and achieve its Sustainability 2025 initiative. Questrom’s Professional Evening MBA Program (PEMBA) has held its own case competition—open to just Questrom PEMBA students—since 2013. This year, PEMBA […]
Demand for new Online MBA is soaring—and bucking national trends. By Andrew Thurston — The full-time MBA has been in trouble for some time. Applications were down at more than half of schools in the United States in 2019, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council. A growing number of lower-tier programs have even been […]
This year, two Questrom students, Nari Malkhasyan (’20) and Pat DeMarle (’20), were named to the annual Poets & Quants Best & Brightest MBA List, a compilation of the most accomplished MBA students from a pool of global nominees. While they might not be walking in a traditional graduation ceremony this May, they both have […]
Kruti Kanojia, Health Sector MBA student and cofounder of Healthy Gamer appeared on NECN’s “The Take” to talk about video game addiction following WHO’s declaration of gaming disorder as a behavioral addiction.
BU Questrom professor James French’s MBA Global Ethics class had a chance to interact with former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. The class left impressed with his experiences and anecdotes.
Four Professional Evening MBA students placed first in the Aspen Institute Business & Society International MBA Case Competition and took home a $15,000 grand prize.
Full-time MBA student Kruti Kanojia (Questrom’20) and her husband Dr. Alok Kanojia, a psychiatrist and former gamer, have begun building Healthy Gamer, a platform to help gamers regain control of their lives.
A new research co-authored by Michel Anteby, professor of organizational behavior finds that increased employee monitoring in the workforce could definitely backfire.