Insight Through Inquiry

why You Should
Talk to Strangers

In a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology
and featured in Discover magazine, professor Nicholas Epley finds that
commuters opt for solitude rather than open a conversation with a stranger
because they incorrectly assume that others don't want to engage.

Read More »

School News

Executive Education
Programs Honored
for Excellence

Booth's Open Enrollment and Custom courses built an impressive
resume of global awards and accolades in 2014.

Read More »

School News

Students
Give Back
to the Community

As the academic year wound down, Booth students volunteered at
St. Ailbe Catholic School on Chicago’s South Side cleaning classrooms,
sprucing up school grounds, and digitizing school records. The Booth
Gives Back service day was a partnership with the Big Shoulders Fund.

Watch Slideshow

School News

Booth Research
in the Spotlight
at White House

At the White House Summit on Working Families, dean Sunil Kumar
highlighted the challenges faced by professional women and the benefits
for businesses that provide a supportive environment, citing leading edge
research by professor Marianne Bertrand.

Read More »

Insight Through Inquiry: Capital Ideas

Think You're
Not Racist?

The latest issue of Capital Ideas explores research that uncovers
our hidden prejudices, and ways to overcome them.

Read More » Watch Video