CSOM Professor Darren Kisgen’s newest board game Dragonwood flies into the market.
‘Managing for Social Impact’ is an entrepreneurship minor that is open to students in the Morrissey School.
The dean of the Carroll School of Management thinks improv companies can teach a lot about innovation and creativity.
With social impact at the core, new interdisciplinary programs are breaking down the silos of traditional business disciplines.
Dean of CSOM Andy Boynton settles with SEC over conflict of interest in consulting work.
“What I do is bring the experience of being an entrepreneur back to campus,” executive director Jere Doyle said.
Erin Kelley, CSOM ’15, was profiled in the Wall Street Journal as a successful member of Bottom Line, an organization that counsels disadvantaged youth on how to earn a college degree.
Wall Street Oasis ranks CSOM among the top schools in the United States for recruitment.