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Business Plan Competition Winners
MBA students compete for bragging rights, good grades and cash prizes

December 16, 2011

By J.M. Berger

There were no Number 2 pencils in sight when nearly 30 Carroll Graduate School of Management students gathered in Fulton Hall on Friday, December 16, to take their finals in the Business Planning and Entrepreneurship course taught by Dr. Gregory Stoller.

The Carroll School MBA students meet Warren Buffett
Meeting Warren Buffett

November 4, 2011

The Carroll School of Management’s Senior Lecturer Professor Robert F. Radin hosted his fourth consecutive trip last month to attend a two hour Q&A session with the famous investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett.

Carroll School's Fall Day of Service
Carroll School’s Fall Day of Service

November 2, 2011

Giving back to the community is part of the Jesuit culture. So, in keeping with that theme, on October 22, the Carroll School of Management hosted its Fall Day of Service, by helping the Presentation School Foundation, Inc. (PSF) convert its old primary school building into a community center.

hasbro puzzle pieces
Rachel Cafarella, ’12 interns at one of the world's largest toy and game companies

October 26, 2011

Second year Carroll School MBA student Rachel Cafarella can't believe her luck.  Not only did she secure a summer internship with Hasbro, the leading toy, game and branded play company, her timing was superb.

Kevin Cuomo, '12
An Interview with Kevin Cuomo, ‘12

October 12, 2011

I knew Boston College had a great reputation. The small class size was also attractive and I felt this would add to the sense of community.

Matt Horne
Moving on to Greener Pastures

October 10, 2011

Matt Horne spent six years working as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy and now works part-time as a Navy Reservist. 

Lieutenant Stephen Hart, ’12
Early Leadership comes from Coast Guard training

October 7, 2011

Lieutenant Stephen Hart, ’12 has been working as an active-duty Coast Guard officer for four years before enrolling for his MBA degree at the Carroll School of Management.

Boston Consulting Group
Pressing For Results

September 20, 2011

Leif Neumann had multiple things going for him even prior to securing an excellent internship with the Boston Consulting Group Germany.

BC students in front of Google
Students Describe Prof. John Gallaugher’s TechTrek West As “A Game Changer”

August 31, 2011

Prof. John Gallaugher, Associate Professor of Information Systems at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College knows that the field study he hosts annually out to the West Coast is a blockbuster hit. It's called TechTrek West and Gallaugher is convinced he's offering his business students something unbeatable — something they won’t find elsewhere. “It's not an exaggeration to say the program is the best of its kind in the country.  The level of access we have to companies is unprecedented," he says.

Carroll School MBA launches 19th dual degree.
Carroll School of Management Launches Its 19th Dual Degree Program

August 12, 2011

The Boston College Carroll School of Management is unique with its vast array of dual degrees—19 in total. And this summer the newest pilot degree program emerged between Boston College and Tufts University. This is an MBA degree and a master's degree in urban and environmental policy and planning and the Carroll School is already accepting applicants.