George Recck ’82, MBA’84 Appointed Paybotic Term Chair

Associate Teaching Professor George Recck ’82, MBA’84 of the Mathematics, Analytics, Science, and Technology Division has been appointed Paybotic Term Chair for Business Analytics Curriculum & Pedagogy, beginning in the 2023–2024 academic year.

Headshot of George RecckRecck has been teaching at Babson for nearly 40 years. He has taught at wide variety of courses—from IT to calculus to basic statistics to business analytics—at all levels from the undergraduate program to most of the programs at the graduate level to a recent business analytics offering at Babson Executive Education.

Recck began at Babson as an undergraduate student in 1978. He then began a 10-year run in the Academic Computer Center, where he become the director in 1984. He left the Babson Computer Center in 1990 and went on to found Total Information, a consulting firm that provides a wide range of IT and analytics services to small companies. Recck joined the full-time faculty at Babson in 2005, when he was appointed the director of the Math Resource Center.

Recck also is known for his work with Boston Magazine, where he provides the statistical analysis for its annual Best High Schools issue.

The Paybotic Term Chair for Business Analytics Curriculum & Pedagogy was made possible by the generosity of Eveline Dang ’15, the co-founder of two companies specializing in payment processing and ancillary services for merchants: Intelligent Payment Networks (IPN) and Paybotic. A native of Vietnam, Dang has traveled extensively and witnessed firsthand the developmental stages of payment systems in emerging economies.

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