Patricia Berens

Attend WSJ Student Editor Summit April 5th

Students:  You’re Invited to the Wall Street Journal’s Student Editor Summit The invitation says: As part of our commitment to inspiring the next generation of editors and journalists, The Wall Street Journal is hosting our Student Editor Summit on Friday, April 5, 2019. Join us at The Wall Street Journal’s Boston office for workshops and panels with the Journal’s…

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Rebecca Obounou

Bolstering Growth in a Global Healthcare Startup

Hacking a Challenge In April 2018, the Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship co-hosted World Health Day 2018 with Olin and Wellesley Colleges. One of the sessions during that day was Beyond the Hack: Brainstorming Solutions with Global Healthcare Entrepreneurs. We convened four ventures who were over one year into their startup phase, had the…

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Patricia Berens

Mango Languages new Content & Features

On March 20th, Mango Languages will implement the following enhancements: New content Added more content to the most popular courses and restructured lessons to align our learning system with international standards of proficiency. By uniting the ACTFL and CEFR standards to create the Mango Proficiency Scale, mapped exclusively to Mango content, students will be encouraged…

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The Future of Work: Adapt or Be Left Behind

Post by David Finger A global pool of on-demand talent is now available at our fingertips creating opportunities for entrepreneurs and corporations alike. With with this new opportunity comes new managerial, technical, and social challenges. Organizations must figure out how to best utilize the global workforce, from hiring to management, or be overtaken by those who…

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Virtual Reality: What’s the Opportunity for 21st Century Education?

Post by Adam Sanders Although virtual reality (VR) has sparked the imaginations of inventors and researchers for decades, the primary enabling technology, the head-mounted display (HMD) has been unwieldy, expensive, and limited in terms of options. That changed in 2016, “the year of virtual reality,” when five different companies released consumer-aimed HMDs, that could provide…

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Alexandra Dunk

Curious about Connections: Professor Lily Crosina

In the fall of 2001, Lily Crosina joined her first year peers in Babson’s iconic Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship class. This past fall, she was back in the FME classroom – but, this time, as professor. What happened in between is a fascinating journey from Babson student to professor of entrepreneurship, from investment banking…

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The Glavin Office

Glavin Office Student Spotlight: Tiffany Shum

Another student that was showcased on our Student Spotlight was Tiffany Shum… Where is your hometown/country? Los Angeles, California (where the best frozen yogurt and burgers are :D) What’s one assignment/project that you are currently or working on that you are excited about? For my supply chain class, my team and I are currently looking into…

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