Centers, Conferences, and Forums
|BOSTON COLLEGE'S CHIEF EXECUTIVES CLUB
Bridging theory and practice through interaction with corporate and political communites, members are invited to attend the Chief Executives Club and Citizens Seminar events, two premier forums for the exchange of ideas on business and management issues.
|CARROLL SCHOOL FINANCE CONFERENCE
Partners faculty at the Boston College Carroll School of Management with the investment finance community to maximize best practices.
|CENTER FOR CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP
Partners with global corporations to help them define, plan, and operationalize their corporate citizenship efforts to ensure their success and to create a more sustainable world.
|CENTER FOR RETIREMENT RESEARCH
Conducts research on retirement issues, transmits new findings to the policy community and the public, trains new scholars, and broadens accessibility to valuable data sources.
|CENTER FOR WORK AND FAMILY
Helping organizations create effective workplaces that support and develop healthy and productive employees by linking the academic community to the work/life practitioner.
|JOSEPH E. CORCORAN CENTER FOR REAL ESTATE AND URBAN ACTION
Leverages a multidisciplinary approach to cultivate discussions and develop actions that foster community transformation.
|CAROLYN A. AND PETER S. LYNCH LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
Trains early- to mid- career school leaders across district, charter, and Catholic urban schools to effectively engage and direct impactful school change.
|EDMUND H. SHEA JR. CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Integrates entrepreneurial thinking into the educational and formational experience of students and serves as the University-wide focal point for interdisciplinary entrepreneurship initiatives and research.
|WINSTON CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS
A community of scholars, executive practitioners, and students engaging in research, teaching, and learning about perspectives on leadership and ethics in business and society.