In addition to more than 179,000 Boston College alumni, the Carroll School’s alumni population boasts over 37,000 members living in 91 different countries. In addition to holding leadership positions in corporations, nonprofits, and governments, they serve as advisors, mentors, clients, and friends to one another.
This loyal and influential network maintains its strength through its commitment to the School. Members actively engage in School-sponsored activities throughout the year, promoting the growth and success of the network. We invite you to leverage your lifelong alumni benefits and reconnect to the Carroll School today.
Associate Professor of Operations Management Joy Field has received the highest honor bestowed by the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), a global society of more than 1800 scholars dedicated to fostering knowledge that improves managerial decisions.
In spring 2017, a team of undergraduates spearheaded a $10.2 million plan to renovate the long-shuttered Everett Square Theatre in Boston, as part of the Carroll School’s Field Projects in Real Estate class. Now, key members of the community are taking action on the plan, according to The Boston Globe.
Last month, Forbes unveiled its annual “30 under 30” list of America’s most important young entrepreneurs, and two graduates of the Carroll School made the cut, along with four other Boston College alums.
Financial infidelity in marriages. Negative online reviews that consumers see as a threat to their identity. Luxury consumption that makes people feel inauthentic. These were among topics aired at the third annual Boston Judgment and Decision Making Day, hosted by the Carroll School of Management.