Archived articles


Don't skip that cocktail party, introverts
Published Summer 2019
Study asks people with different levels of extroversion to interact in a simulated social mixer and rate their experiences afterward, shedding light on what less-extroverted people can do to increase their social confidence / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Women supporting women
Published Summer 2019
The rise of women philanthropists at Carey has been led in part by the powerhouse personality of Karen Peetz, a university trustee and alumna / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Social media
Regulations harm influencers, marketers, followers
Published April 15, 2019
Carey Business School study shows how regulations meant to protect consumers may actually cause feeds to be flooded with ads
Her fashion statement
Published Spring 2019
After years of designing for major retail brands, alum Jean Liu strikes out on her own / Johns Hopkins Magazine
U.S. economy
Architects of a shaky economy?
Published Dec 26, 2018
The domination of housing markets by relatively few builders slows the industry and poses a risk to the overall economy, study suggests
Building diversity
Published Summer 2018
The Leading a Diverse Society Initiative, launched at Carey Business School this past fall, provides enrichment opportunities for underrepresented minority students / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Beet Week
Carey celebrates philanthropy
Published May 11, 2018
Business School honors the legacy of its benefactor, William P. Carey, during inaugural 'Beet Week'
Potential pitfalls in VIP waiting lists
Published Jan 10, 2018
Offering priority access on waitlists to people who refer new customers may backfire for online companies, Carey Business School researcher finds
Case competition
Carey MBA students take first place
Published Dec 4, 2017
Four-member team wins first place, $12K at Chamber of Commerce case competition
Mikulski on leadership, business, trade
Published Nov 21, 2017
Longtime U.S. senator speaks a part of Carey Business School's Leaders+Legends series