Author: Eric Beato

Eric Beato
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Eric Beato
Eric Beato is the Editor of Babson Magazine. A native of Chicago and a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Eric has worked as an editor and writer at newspapers across the country, including the Boston Herald and Chicago Sun-Times. Eric joined Babson in 2019 after working in private education, and most recently, as Managing Editor of six regional sports publications, including New England Hockey Journal, New England Baseball Journal and New England Soccer Journal.
People of Babson: Larinda Cole
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People of Babson: Larinda Cole » The associate director in Babson’s Undergraduate Center for Career Development discusses students’ career readiness, racial justice, and, of course, her love for fashion.
People of Babson: Lawrence P. Ward
People of Babson: Lawrence P. Ward » The Vice President for Learner Success and Dean of Campus Life reflects on the trying times caused by the pandemic and social injustice, as well as a pair of recent honors recognizing his successes.
Celebrity Entrepreneurs Inspire Young Entrepreneurial Leaders
Celebrity Entrepreneurs Inspire Young Entrepreneurial Leaders » Pitbull, Elle Macpherson P’20, and Jeff Hoffman share their experiences and their advice to motivate and empower young entrepreneurial leaders.
The Blank Blueprint for the Future of Entrepreneurial Leadership
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The Blank Blueprint for the Future of Entrepreneurial Leadership » With his core values as the cornerstone, Arthur M. Blank ’63, H’98 and Babson College —thanks to a game-changing $50 million gift—are laying the groundwork to inspire and shape the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders.
Office Hours: Defining and Developing Entrepreneurial Leadership
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Office Hours: Defining and Developing Entrepreneurial Leadership » As endowed chair for values-based leadership, Scott Taylor is helping set the course for The Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Why Is Leadership Important?
Why Is Leadership Important? » Why is leadership important? Babson faculty offer their expertise on the value of leadership skills, especially for emerging entrepreneurial leaders.
The Johnson House Opens for the 50th Anniversary of the Black Student Union This article contains a video
The Johnson House Opens for the 50th Anniversary of the Black Student Union » Named for BSU founder Eric Johnson ’72, P’08, Babson's new special-interest housing focuses on creating solutions to close the wealth gap.
Office Hours: Always Moving Forward
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Office Hours: Always Moving Forward » From women’s entrepreneurship to digital education, Professor of Management Nan Langowitz is constantly creating opportunities for students and faculty.
People of Babson: Caitlin Capozzi
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People of Babson: Caitlin Capozzi » Caitlin Capozzi, Babson's new dean of students, reflects on the upheaval of the spring semester, and why working closely with students is so rewarding.
Top-Ranked Babson Accelerates Momentum with Appointment of Blank School Leadership
Top-Ranked Babson Accelerates Momentum with Appointment of Blank School Leadership » As Babson marks its No. 1 ranking, the College accelerates its leadership with major appointments at The Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
The Class of 2020 Is Made for This Moment
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The Class of 2020 Is Made for This Moment » With their strength and resilience, the members of Babson's Class of 2020 prove they're ready to shape their futures and make their mark on the world.
Summer Study Success Creates Long-Lasting Impact
Summer Study Success Creates Long-Lasting Impact » In re-envisioning a popular high school program online, Babson faculty provide a promising glimpse of the future—for students and themselves.
20 Reasons We Love the Class of 2020
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20 Reasons We Love the Class of 2020 » There are countless other examples of inspiration and achievement, but here we offer just a small sample of 20 reasons we love Babson's Class of 2020.
‘We Are a Remarkably Resilient and Supportive Community’
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‘We Are a Remarkably Resilient and Supportive Community’ » Lawrence P. Ward, the new vice president for learner success and dean of campus life, discusses how Babson is adapting its student support systems and offers his advice to returning students.
‘We’re Equipping Our Students to Thrive Amid Uncertainty’
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‘We’re Equipping Our Students to Thrive Amid Uncertainty’ » Ken Matsuno, the new vice president of academic affairs and dean of the college, explains how Babson is ensuring its high academic standards and what he's learned about the community.
Office Hours: Opportunity Knocking
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Office Hours: Opportunity Knocking » Professor of Finance Richard Bliss, Babson’s first Posse mentor, serves as the national academic director for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.
Embracing an Agile Mindset
Embracing an Agile Mindset » Juggling school, work, and family, part-time MBA student Kristina Feasey MBA’20 embraces an agile mindset in her full-time role with College Marketing.
Thankful for a Facilities Team Hard at Work This article contains a video
Thankful for a Facilities Team Hard at Work » As Facilities staff members keep the Babson campus clean and safe, students express their appreciation.
‘Superheroes’ Joining Forces in Digital Experience Initiative
‘Superheroes’ Joining Forces in Digital Experience Initiative » An interdisciplinary team of Babson faculty is researching the importance of responsible and ethical digital transformation.
The Network Effect
The Network Effect » At this Class of 2020 startup, a pair of students from different graduate programs take advantage of dynamic and unexpected opportunities.
Feeding the Frontlines by Supporting Local Business This article contains a video
Feeding the Frontlines by Supporting Local Business » Members of the Babson community have launched initiatives large and small to provide meals for hospital workers and bolster struggling restaurants.
Virtual Reality: How the Babson Community United in the Face of Crisis
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Virtual Reality: How the Babson Community United in the Face of Crisis » The College completed a remarkable transformation to a virtual campus over spring break—with an eye on the future.
People of Babson: Lisa Thomas, Director of Service and Justice Programs
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People of Babson: Lisa Thomas, Director of Service and Justice Programs » Lisa Thomas, the director of Service and Justice Programs, reflects on the importance of service, and how it relates to entrepreneurial leadership.
Office Hours: 5 Provocative Films about the American Dream
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Office Hours: 5 Provocative Films about the American Dream » Professor Julie Levinson, who has been exploring themes related to the American dream her entire career, recounts five provocative movies that resonate today.
Interdisciplinary Research Takes Center Stage
Interdisciplinary Research Takes Center Stage » Babson Faculty Research Day highlights interdisciplinary approach and accelerates connections and collaborations for further research opportunities.
How Babson Dining Could Help Save New England’s Dairy Farms
How Babson Dining Could Help Save New England’s Dairy Farms » By winning the New England Food Vision Prize, Babson College is helping a local farm expand to making mozzarella cheese to increase locally sourced food and engage faculty and students.