The Carroll School of Management has launched a general business minor as well as an intensive summer coding boot camp geared toward non-business majors.
Student Entrepreneurs Compete for $10,000 at Annual Strakosch Venture Competition
Seven student-founded companies competed for the chance to win $10,000 in Boston College’s annual Strakosch Venture Competition on Monday night.
Simutin Explains How CEOs’ Formative Experiences Affect the Gender Wage Gap
University of Toronto professor Mike Simutin spoke to CSOM faculty about his research, which shows that CEOs’ formative experiences can explain more than 70 percent of the gender wage gap.
U.S. News Places Boston College at No. 37 in New 2020 Rankings
The 2020 U.S. News college rankings named Boston College the No. 37 best national university, a one-spot improvement from last year’s placement.
Former Connecticut Governor Looks Back on Career
Former Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, BC ’77 and BC Law ’80, spoke at an event organized by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy and the Carroll School of Management.
CSOM Establishes Guidelines to Combat Grade Inconsistency
CSOM has instituted new grading guidelines for its core classes that are designed to prevent grade inconsistency between classes and departments.
CSOM Minor Enrollment Exceeds Initial Predictions
Nine hundred fifteen students have declared new Carroll School of Management minors for non-CSOM students according to Ethan Sullivan, the senior associate dean in the school’s undergraduate program.
Task Force May be Assembled to Evaluate Future of CSOM Honors
“We haven’t yet started a task force, but I think there’s a plan to have a task force that will take a deeper dive into the purpose of the Honors Program, and to see what happens,” Ethan Sullivan, director of CSOM Honors, said.
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough for Renaissance Man Montes
After working as a CEO, a Chilean governor, and a lawyer—while taking time to climb Mount Everest—Juan Montes started teaching at the Carroll School of Management in the practice, management, and organization department.
CSOM Accepts Internal Transfer Applications for Second Year
Years ago, CSOM stopped internal transfer applications because classes were getting too crowded. CSOM brought back the internal transfer applications last year out of a matter of fairness.