Advisory Boards and Councils

There are many ways to give back to the W. P. Carey School of Business. Investments of time, resources, and good ideas are valuable to our mission, and we look forward to helping you find opportunities to get involved.

Within our esteemed academic departments and across the school as a whole, there are many ways to help the W. P. Carey School reach the next level.

W. P. Carey Dean’s Council

A national group of prominent business executives invited to play a leadership role in shaping the future of the W. P. Carey School of Business, members of the Dean’s Council advise the dean and act as advocates for the school in their communities and organizations.

School of Accountancy

Professional Advisory Board

Comprised of a cross-section of leaders in the profession who represent public accounting, government, and industry, the School of Accountancy Professional Advisory Board provides advice on curriculum development and school policy related to recruiting and student placement. Board members also provide financial support for the Professional Advisory Board Professorship.

Department of Finance

Advisory Board

Advising the department on critical issues of placement, curriculum, training, and pragmatic research needs, members of the Finance Advisory Board also serve as guest speakers in the classroom. The board assists in fundraising efforts to support program, faculty, and student development.

Department of Information Systems

Executive Advisory Board

Comprised of local and national professional business leaders with an eye on the future of information systems, the Executive Advisory Board provides input on curriculum development for undergraduate and master's degree programs.

Department of Supply Chain Management

Industry Partners

Focused on a wide range of professional and academic issues, industry partnerships with the Department of Supply Chain Management provide opportunities to connect with our students, other industry partners, and our faculty. These relationships enable companies to have input into curriculum design and drive forward thinking and unique research directions.