Tag: Undergraduate

The Glavin Office

Glavin Global Fellows – A Year In Review

Please see a summary of Glavin Global Fellows activities in the 2016-2017 academic year below.  We have been busy and have done a lot of wonderful things! We kicked off the first GGF Living Learning Community for first-year students.  Sixteen (16) students participated in the GGF LLC, had their First-Year Seminar together and lived in…

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Babson Hatchery

Working in the Hatchery

The following post is from Jack Rokous ’19, founder of Roko Design & Apparel Co., a spring 2017 hatchery business. Roko is a hand designed apparel company. The undergraduate hatchery space has been a game-changer for my business and myself. After running my clothing brand out of my dorm room, and then eTower’s conference room…

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The Glavin Office

Babson College Students Julianne Carlin ‘17 And Spencer Rivera ‘17 Receive Fulbright Awards

Babson College is pleased to announce that undergraduate students Julianne Carlin ‘17 and Spencer Rivera ‘17 have received Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards for the 2017-2018 academic year from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. This is the first time in college history that two Babson students have…

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Babson Hatchery

Use Your Network

The following post is from Charles Morris ’19, of Briggs Original Inc., a spring 2017 hatchery business. Briggs Original Inc. has created the worlds first all-natural, gluten-free, spiked sparkling water made with real New England Cranberry. The company will be launching its first product, Boston Cranberry, in Boston, in the Spring of 2017. One of…

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The Glavin Office

Babson’s Glavin Global Fellows Win 2nd Place at the International Business Case Competition!

Glavin Global Fellows members, Max Petre, Carla Planz, Cedric Mfuranzima and Salome Mosehle, won 2nd place in a very competitive International Business Case Competition at the University of Missouri, St. Louis this week! The College of Business and the International Business Institute host this annual Case Competition where global challenges provide eager students with opportunities to…

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Antonette Ho

Meet the 2017 B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinalists at the Venture Expo!

Join us Wednesday, April 5 at 4:30pm and meet the semifinalists of the B.E.T.A. Challenge at the Venture Expo! Refreshments provided – we’ll also be giving out audience prizes. Don’t miss it! >> Register now to attend! Here are our 2017 B.E.T.A. Challenge semifinalists!: Undergraduate Challenge DetraPel (www.detrapel.com) is a liquid repellent spray that protects…

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Babson Hatchery

Three Tools I Can’t Live Without

The following post is from Matthew Vega-Sanz ’19, co-founder of Lula, a spring 2017 hatchery business. With being a founder, comes countless responsibilities. Every entrepreneur has to wear various hats, which can be absolutely exhausting. We have to be the marketers, overlook day-to-day operations, lead a team, seek customers, design our websites or apps, and…

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Antonette Ho

Congrats 2017 B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinalists!

The Blank Center is pleased to announce the 2017 B.E.T.A. Challenge semifinalists. Meet the entrepreneurs on Wednesday, April 5 at 4:30pm in Olin at the Venture Expo! Register now >> Alumni Challenge botkeeper (Enrico Palmerino ’11) GEMS Corporation (Annie Feldman MBA’16, Andrew Schwartz, Jeffrey Lipton and Ted Liao) Gopapaya (Jorge Pascual MBA’13) Rapidocc (Chirag Shah…

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The Lewis Institute

The Entrepreneurial Landscape of Healthcare in Kenya

By Ruth Shalom Kinyua ’19. Currently in my sophomore year and an international student from Nairobi, Kenya, I was drawn to The Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship’s programs focusing on entrepreneurship in the healthcare systems of developing countries. I was concerned about healthcare in Kenya, particularly because the public health system has had a…

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