John Carroll University's Boler College of Business Partners with NASA
The Boler College of Business at John Carroll University is excited to announce a new partnership with NASA. This partnership began on September 27th and Boler College of Business is one of four universities chosen to participate.
NASA will collaborate with Boler College of Business to support their efforts to better prepare undergraduate and graduate students for increasingly complex and challenging STEM career pathways by providing real-world collaborative research experiences for a team of cross-disciplinary students. This will be a capstone experience where students will earn college credit through their participation.
NASA will identify relevant areas of research, issues, or problems that the student team can use to develop specific studies. This partnership is a result of NASA’s objective to "create unique opportunities for a diverse set of students to contribute to NASA's work in exploration and discovery".
“The partnership with NASA illustrates our pledge to innovation. We’re Cleveland’s Business School and we’re committed to creating impactful, once in a lifetime experiences for our students” said Dr. Elad Granot, the new Dean of the Boler College of Business.
This partnership is one of many new experiences to be offered this year at the Boler College, including their new Master of Innovation & Entrepreneurship program which boasts an exciting curriculum including an international study tour to Israel included in tuition, and Saturday classes.
To learn more about the Boler College of Business, visit boler.jcu.edu.