Messages from Your Faculty

On the night before the first day of fully online classes for the 2020 spring semester, members of Babson’s faculty and academic deans shared words of support with students.

“Stay safe, stay healthy, take care of yourself and those around you,” Associate Professor Yasuhiro Yamakawa said. “Don’t hesitate to reach out, it’s a tough time for everyone.”

“I miss your smiling faces, but I know you’re strong, kind, smart, and resilient,” added Lecturer Sandra Bravo.

To make the transition seamless, Babson College has established a virtual campus home with all the resources for students’ questions and needs. We also spoke with experts to hear their advice for students entering the online classroom for the first time.

“In whatever time zone you may be in, I hope you’re safe, and I hope you’re well,” said Professor Anirudh Dhebar.

The overwhelming message: whether you’re in Massachusetts, or around the world, Babson faculty members are here for you.

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