From the President: Leading on Entrepreneurial Leadership » Entrepreneurial leadership matters today. We live in a time of great challenges, and entrepreneurial leaders are best equipped to handle them. They also understand that their effectiveness comes from people, and the power of people working together.
Assistant Professor of Finance Honored with the Babson Kennedy Award for Teaching » Assistant Professor of Finance Luke Stein has been named the 2022 winner of the prestigious Thomas Kennedy Award for Teaching Excellence, awarded to a graduate professor, nominated by a graduating student, and voted upon by the graduating class.
Babson College Selected as NFTE’s 2022 Corporate Volunteer of the Year » Babson College has been selected as the 2022 Corporate Volunteer of the Year by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) for NFTE’s New England region. This is the second time in three years that Babson has been recognized with the NFTE honor. Also, in 2019, Jack McCarthy MBA’82, senior lecturer in organizational behavior at Babson,…
Renewed Focus for the Kerry Murphy Healey Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship » The Kerry Murphy Healey Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship has a new name and a renewed focus, as it looks to create health, economic, and social value for all, with a focus on health equity and justice.
Joanna Carey Is the First Science Faculty Awarded a Term Chair at Babson » Associate Professor of Environmental Science Joanna Carey has been appointed the Debi and Andy Butler ’84 Term Chair, beginning in the 2022–2023 academic year. She is the first science faculty member awarded a term chair at Babson.
How the Supply Chain Bottlenecks Will Affect Holiday Shopping » Computer chip shortages, shipping backlogs, and high demand have disrupted the global supply chain like we’ve never seen. Babson Lecturer Brad Johnson explains what is happening and what consumers can expect this holiday shopping season.
Yes, Students Study Law at Babson » Think of Babson, and your mind may understandably turn to entrepreneurship. But the College offers a slew of academic concentrations, including legal studies. Students take law classes at Babson for a variety of reasons. They may be interested in attending law school, or they may know how important some basic knowledge of law is to starting a business.