Ph.D., Boston College
Organizational and social change, especially with regard to the role played by global liberal education, corporate citizenship, university-community partnership, and the arts.
Business in Society
Global Business Seminar
Applying the Art & Science of Management
Professor Boyle also advises students in the GSOM/IDCE dual-degree graduate programs.
2016. "Global Liberal Education: Theorizing Emergence and Variability," presented at the Comparative and International Education Society 2016 Annual Conference. Vancouver, CA (March)
Appointed to Fulbright Specialist Program Roster, 2015-2020. Area of expertise: higher education.
Boyle, M.E., Ross, L. & Stephens, J. (2011). Who has a stake? How stakeholder processes influence partnership sustainability. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement Special Issue on Sustaining Community – University Partnerships. Accepted for publication October 2011.
Silver, I. & Boyle, M.E. (2010) Constructing Problems by Promoting Solutions: Corporate Advertisements about US Poverty. Journal of Poverty, 14(3): 347-367.
Ross, L. & Boyle, M.E. (2007) Transitioning from High School Service to College Service- Learning in a First-Year Seminar. Michigan Journal of Service-Learning. 14(1).
Boyle, M.E. (2007) Learning to Neighbor? Service-Learning in Context, The Journal of Academic Ethics, 5 (1): 85-104.
Caldwell, C. & Boyle, M.E. (2007) Academia, Aristotle, and the Public Sphere – Stewardship Challenges to Schools of Business, The Journal of Academic Ethics, 5 (1):5-20.
Boyle, M.E. & Boguslaw, J. (2007) Business, Poverty, and Corporate Citizenship: Naming the Issues and Framing Solutions. Journal of Corporate Citizenship. 26 (Spring).