Photography by Pete Jones
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Booth community has come together to support each other in myriad ways. This fall, when limited in-person gatherings and events were possible, Booth’s new London campus served as a welcoming, invigorating, and supportive space for Booth alumni.
Located in the City of London, just a short walk from St. Paul’s Cathedral, the campus hosted an array of open-house events, from an art tour that allowed visitors to experience its fabulous modern collection, to a Worldwide Booth Night celebration, to the inaugural event in the Future of Capitalism series, and more.
As we prepare for the official grand opening celebration slated for March 28, we’re sharing moments that capture the spirit of our new campus and our community.
Above: Julie Morton, associate dean of the Executive MBA Program; Randall S. Kroszner, deputy dean for Executive Programs and the Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics; and Madhav Rajan, dean and the George Pratt Shultz Professor of Accounting, connect in London during Dean Rajan’s November campus visit.
Sophia Matveeva, ’16 (EXP-21); Beatriz Malo Serisa, ’14 (EXP-19); and Shail Ghaey, ’15, celebrate Worldwide Booth Night 2021.
Executive MBA student Shahil Rais walks through the first-floor lobby. (Photograph by James Rudd.)
Leading economist Baroness Minouche Shafik and Raghuram G. Rajan, the Katherine Dusak Miller Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, share the stage for the inaugural event of the Future of Capitalism series, moderated by Deputy Dean Kroszner.
Illinois governor JB Pritzker and Dean Rajan peruse the Nobel wall during the governor’s November visit to campus.
Deputy Dean Kroszner and Dean Rajan share a laugh with Executive MBA student Temitope Mafe during the November Lunch with the Dean.
Felix Robyns, ’85, guides a tour of the campus art collection as Van Stults, ’78; Cornel Chiriac, ’12; and Katie Robyns look on.
During the class of 1996 reunion celebration, Tim Dowd, ’96, chats with classmates.
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