Professor Rocklage Receives Early Career Award for Attitudes & Social Influence from the Society of Personality and Social Psychology
Professor Rocklage was nominated and awarded the 2021 Early Career Award for Attitudes and Social Influence from the Society of Personality and Social Psychology.
Carol Lee, PhD, a recent graduate of the Information Systems for Data Science PhD program in the College of Management, and now an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University, was awarded the 2020 Association for Information Services (AIS) Doctoral Student Service Award.
On November 30th and December 4th, UMass Boston hosted an event titled Conversation on Race. Professors in the Department of Management, Alessia Contu, Jared Poole, and Pacey Foster, discussed how recent events, have pushed issues of racism to the forefront of public debate.
Professor Mine Ertugrul and Professor Lucia Silva-Gao Study How Corporate Social Responsibility Affects Firm Value
Professors Mine Ertugrul and Lucia Silva-Gao, both in the Finance department at UMass Boston's College of Management, along with Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos from Fairfield University, had their research published in Columbia Law School's blog on Corporations and the Capital Markets.
UMass Boston’s Chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity has received not one but three awards.
Professor Contu and other researchers explore the concepts of reason and decision-making intellect.
Attend a virtual information session to learn from current business students about UMass Boston’s graduate business programs.
The Practitioner Scholars Program (PSP) pilot has launched its third cohort this fall, bringing together a new group of distinguished government, business, and community leaders who will co-teach courses with UMass Boston faculty.
Acknowledging this year’s award winners
Professor Benyamin Lichtenstein Studies STEM Contributions to Wealth Inequality and Wealth Accumulation
Researchers from institutions all over the world discuss the impact of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields on individual wealth, the value of firms, and national Gross Domestic Product (GDP).