Author: Scott Dietz

People of Babson: Saadia Ahmad
People of Babson: Saadia Ahmad » As Babson’s coordinator of conflict resolution and an MBA candidate, Saadia Ahmad constantly seeks to facilitate reconciliation among students, staff, and even businesses and other entities.
Athletic Trainers Keep Student-Athletes on Track by Embracing Telehealth
From Babson Magazine
Athletic Trainers Keep Student-Athletes on Track by Embracing Telehealth » By embracing telehealth, Babson’s entrepreneurial athletic training staff has kept the College's student-athletes on the road to recovery.
People of Babson: Stephen ‘Woody’ Lappen
People of Babson: Stephen ‘Woody’ Lappen » A mainstay on campus since the 1980s, "Woody" reflects on serving coffee to thousands and the lasting relationships he's fostered with the Babson community
Does Your Career Need Upskilling? Here’s How to Start.
Does Your Career Need Upskilling? Here’s How to Start. » Upskilling opportunities, from free online courses to short workshops to full graduate classes, give lifelong learners a chance to hone new skills at Babson.
People of Babson: Gerri Randlett
People of Babson: Gerri Randlett » The assistant vice president for alumni engagement reflects on the value and importance of keeping the Babson alumni connected to the College.
People of Babson: Michael Bruny MBA’18
People of Babson: Michael Bruny MBA’18 » Babson’s resident renaissance man discusses his transition to employer brand strategist, the Babson Ebony Network, and, of course, his famous bowties.
People of Babson: Erin Carcia
People of Babson: Erin Carcia » Babson’s deputy chief of police and director of emergency management works around the clock to safeguard the College community.
Three Colleges. Six Student Leaders. One Project W.
Three Colleges. Six Student Leaders. One Project W. » Through Project W, innovators, artists, engineers, and critical thinkers from Babson, Olin, and Wellesley colleges unite to start high-level projects and foster meaningful relationships.
Babson’s Unique Bond with Special Olympics
From Babson Magazine
Babson’s Unique Bond with Special Olympics » Babson's relationship with the Special Olympics is rewarding for everyone involved but hits close to home for one student-athlete in particular.
Athletic Firsts for the Class of 2020
From Babson Magazine
Athletic Firsts for the Class of 2020 » The Class of 2020 is one of the most successful in Babson’s athletics history, contributing to a school-record seven nationally ranked teams— twice.
Baseball’s Lost Season: ‘What Could Have Been’
From Babson Magazine
Baseball’s Lost Season: ‘What Could Have Been’ » The seniors on Babson's baseball team began the year with their eyes on a national championship. Now, they're left wondering "what could have been."