Questrom MBA Student Makes the List

May 11th, 2021in News, School

Poets & Quants has announced its Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2021 list, which includes Questrom student Dheera Keethi Kattula (MBA’21). Now in its 7th year, the Best & Brightest celebrates MBA’s who are embodiments of excellence and the voices of their schools, leaders who rally, the mentors who... More

Two Questrom Undergraduates Receive Robert L. Gould Scholastic Award

May 6th, 2021in News, Student Life

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... More

Celebrating 21 Years of the New Venture Competition

March 22nd, 2021in Entrepreneurship, News

More than 700 teams have competed and over $171k has been awarded in cash prizes. March 2, 2021–This year, we celebrate the 21st Annual New Venture Competition at Boston University! Over the last 21 years, more than 700 teams of BU Terriers have put forth new and innovative ideas through the competition–these... More

Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic

March 16th, 2021in News

One year after COVID-19, BU students, faculty, and staff offer tributes to 44 who went above and beyond, including Questrom's Dionne Lomax, markets, public policy, and law lecturer. Nominated by Starrchild Jackson (CAS’21) I have never had a professor like Dionne Lomax. When I first walked into LA 245 last spring, I... More

Dean Susan Fournier, Professor Daniella Kupor Receive Top Honors from Society of Consumer Psychology

Pictured (Left to Right): Susan Fournier, Daniella Kupor At its annual meeting held March 6, the Society of Consumer Psychology (SCP) announced the awardees of their top honors. Susan Fournier, Allen Questrom Professor & Dean, was the recipient of the 2021 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award. Daniella Kupor, assistant professor of marketing, More

Has 2020 Changed Workplace Culture for Good?

March 4th, 2021in News

Questrom’s Greg Stoller reflects on his 2020 future-of-work predictions and forecasts what’s ahead for the workforce Disruption has always been a constant in the workplace—but the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on more change than anyone could have expected (or predicted). For example, before the pandemic only 17 percent of Americans were working... More