Students brought their big ideas to the table at this year’s Elevator Pitch Competition
Carroll School students explore the implications of deep-sea mining with their second-place win at the Eller Collegiate Ethics Case Competition.
Formerly homeless vet finds opportunity and support as a management student at Boston College
Carroll School continues to stand among the most highly ranked business schools, with three departments in the top 20
Class of 2023’s M.B.A. orientation kicks off with talk on “Inclusive Leadership” featuring diversity expert Carol Fulp
“A lot of incredible moments . . . some very difficult ones . . . all the experiences have really expanded me.”
CSOM grad walks 50 miles to graduation in memory of friend and classmate
At the end of each academic year, Poets & Quants honors the “Best & Brightest” new M.B.A. graduates. This year's list included Dewin Hernandez, M.B.A./M.S.W. ’21.
This year’s Inclusive Leadership Forum Series was just the beginning of a crucial conversation on diversity and inclusion at the Carroll School and beyond
With corporate help, Corcoran Center launches effort to expand case competition nationally
Global survey puts Carroll School among top business schools for research; points to strength of M.B.A. degree as well
They Major in the Liberal Arts—and Want a Career in Management. How’s That Going?
Carroll School of Management student Timothy Gearty of New Jersey has died at age 20 following a battle with cancer.
“An energetic, caring person who strives for a life and career that will improve lives.”
Carroll School to offer four new minors in finance, marketing, and accounting
A growing number of high-need students struggle to meet routine expenses—and now, thanks to the Leo V. Sullivan Fund, they are getting the timely help they need.
Many students dream of one day launching their own startups. But some, with the help of social media and Internet technology, are doing just that right now. Here's a look at seven Carroll School students involved in launching five companies.
Complex problem solving and out-of-the-box solutions are the norm in "Can Creativity Save the World?" a new core class taught by Spencer Harrison (Management and Organization Department) and Theatre Department Chair Crystal Tiala
M.B.A. course The DNA of Business pits student groups against one another to simulate the competition of six fictional companies over an imaginary eight years.
Here at the Carroll School, we are hacking away at the thick and tall barriers between disciplines, schools, and departments—making it possible for students to step across multiple boundaries.
In the wake of commencement season, I wish the Class of ’16—and all of those in the extended Boston College family—profound success in their lives and careers. And I wish that all of us find or continue to find something even rarer: the best places in the world to fail.
Gratitude is a key practice that Portico students learn through the weekly “Examen” meditations and other forms of self-reflection during the course.
Self-reflection, management, philosophy, ethics, and the social sciences are all components of Portico, a required class launched seven years ago and taken by all entering students at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management.
On a Friday in mid-November, Professor Ethan Sullivan and his Portico class bounce back and forth between Aristotle and accounting, the classics and the headlines.
From above-average CPA Exam pass rates to placement at Big 4 accounting firms, the Carroll School's accounting grads are headed to great heights.
Dean Andy Boynton’s tribute to the 2021 graduates, prepared for publication in Sub Turri
Rupal Patel Poltack ’94, who runs Walton Enterprises, talks with students about her unexpected career path
Shea Center hosts virtual tech and entrepreneurship fair for BC undergraduates