At Boston University Questrom School of Business, we’re constantly evolving our curriculum to address the emerging business needs of the future, and providing our faculty with the support and infrastructure that drives innovation.

On March 30, 2015, we received a record $50 million donation from Allen (Questrom’64, Hon.’15) and Kelli Questrom (Hon.’15) that collectively raised the profile of the newly named Questrom School of Business. The largest in University history, the Questroms’ gift provides substantial resources in support of our efforts to conduct impactful research, provide world-class teaching, and develop new, cutting-edge academic programs.

Strong momentum enables us to recruit highly competitive students, launch curricular innovations, lead a worldwide dialogue on the future of business education, and attract faculty globally recognized for their excellence in research and teaching. As we begin our next chapter as the Questrom School of Business, we’re thrilled to have remarkable faculty leading the charge.

The Boston University community is uniquely collaborative, with curricular and research initiatives that combine disciplines across BU’s multiple schools and colleges. Within Questrom, many faculty participate in team-teaching and cross-disciplinary research. The combination of more than 100 total full-time faculty and access to a network of 16 schools and colleges across the University makes Questrom a truly invigorating place to work.

Did we mention we’re in Boston? The city we call home is a global hub of entrepreneurial resources and businesses, many of which offer consulting opportunities for faculty, enhance Questrom’s research centers and institutes, provide judges for competitions, and sponsor special events. This vibrant, intellectually stimulating city hosts some of the world’s top universities, abundant cultural assets and historical landmarks, and an endless variety of recreational options—all within steps of campus.

Explore the Questrom site to learn more about our unique community, and to get the details on our various academic departments. Be sure to visit Boston University Human Resources, too.

Current Questrom Faculty Openings

Open Rank Professor Position in Data Science/Analytics

Questrom School of Business at Boston University anticipates three openings for faculty with an established reputation as an empirical data scientist. The search includes both tenure track professors across the levels of assistant, associate, and full and also clinical associate or full professors on the non-tenure track. Pending Provost budgetary approval, the anticipated start date for these three faculty positions is July 1, 2018. Read More

Questrom Professorship

Questrom School of Business invites applications for a full-time, endowed, tenured professorship, effective July 1, 2018.  This is a school-wide, cross-departmental hiring initiative. We especially welcome connections to strategic emphasis areas at Questrom including health system innovation & policy, sustainable energy & the environment, ethics & social impact, digital platforms and strategy, innovation & entrepreneurship, and analytics. We seek leaders with an international reputation for both substantive and theoretical contributions to the business disciplines, and an agenda for “research that matters.” Our search includes candidates with deep expertise in any of the business disciplines, as well as those whose interests and engagements broaden beyond the silos of single core business disciplines. Read More

Professor and Chair of Finance

Questrom School of Business at Boston University invites applications for the position of tenured Full Professor in the Department of Finance. We are especially interested in applicants who are qualified for and interested in significant leadership and department building activities in the role of Department Chair. The position starts July 1, 2018, subject to Provost budgetary approval.

The Finance Department seeks to add to its vibrant community of talented scholars who work in areas at the cutting edge of today’s research in asset pricing, corporate finance, governance and strategy, and risk management. The Department is also home to a thriving Master of Science in Mathematical Finance graduate degree and includes a group of dedicated mathematical finance scholars. Candidates with scholarly interests in three broad areas are preferred: asset pricing and investments, corporate finance, and international finance. Read More

Associate or Full Professor of Mathematical Finance:

Questrom School of Business at Boston University invites applications for a tenured Associate or Full Professor in the Department of Finance, with a focus in the areas of Asset Pricing and Mathematical Finance. The position has a start date of July 1, 2018, subject to Provost budgetary approval.

We seek to add to our community of talented scholars who work in areas at the cutting edge of asset pricing and mathematical finance and who can contribute to the development and leadership of our Master of Science in Mathematical Finance (MSMF) program. The MSMF program, and the faculty who support it through their research and teaching, are grounded in the fundamental principles of finance in conjunction with the analytical and computational tools of stochastic calculus and optimization theory. Our distinct positioning recognizes mathematical finance as the careful integration of certain practical domains of mathematics with an in-depth study of the theory and practice of modern finance. We seek outstanding candidates who will be stimulated by and engaged with this vibrant cross-disciplinary scholarship community. Read More

Associate Professor of Health Marketing:

Questrom School of Business at Boston University anticipates an opening for a tenured associate professor in Marketing, with a focus in the area of health marketing, for a position starting July 1, 2018, subject to Provost budgetary approval.

The Questrom School is building a strong group of faculty with expertise in health and life sciences, an area of strategic focus for the School. Health research is supported by and centered around the BU-wide Institute for Health System Innovation & Policy, which unites the BU Medical School, School of Public Health, and Questrom School of Business. Questrom is also committed to the health sector in its curricular endeavors, as supported by a thriving and CAMI-certified Health Sector Management MBA.

We seek outstanding candidates who would be stimulated by and engaged with this vibrant cross-departmental and cross-disciplinary academic community focused on health. Specifically, we are seeking an individual who can provide leadership in scholarship and curriculum development around healthcare marketing and raise the visibility and impact of Questrom’s work in this area. The ideal candidate will have a strong research record with scholarly contributions that significantly advance theory and inform health management and policy decisions. Read More

Strategy & Innovation Tenure Track Positions

The Strategy & Innovation Department at the Boston University Questrom School of Business invites applications for tenure track positions at all levels (assistant, associate, and full professor). Up to two of these positions will begin on July 1, 2018 for the Fall semester at Boston University, pending budgetary approval.

The S&I Department places particular emphasis on the study of innovation in different kinds of organizations and the role of technological change in creating new industries and shaping existing ones. The department’s faculty are an interdisciplinary group of researchers with primary backgrounds in strategy, economics, sociology and organizational theory.  Prospective candidates must demonstrate the ability to produce original and innovative scholarly work of the highest possible quality and impact. Read More

Senior Lecturer in Operations & Technology Management

Questrom School of Business at Boston University invites applications for the position of Senior Lecturer in Operations and Technology Management (OTM), beginning Fall 2018. Prospective candidates must demonstrate the ability to effectively teach required and elective OTM courses in both the Undergraduate and MBA Programs. Electives include Lean Six Sigma, Project Management, New Product Development and Supply Chain Management. The course load is six courses per academic year (three each semester). Read More.