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People of Babson: Shakenna Williams ’94
People of Babson: Shakenna Williams ’94 » As director of global initiatives at the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership, the Babson alumna is at the forefront of creating opportunities for women entrepreneurs, especially Black women.
People of Babson: Joel St. Cyr P’20
People of Babson: Joel St. Cyr P’20 » The head strength and conditioning coach demonstrates his agility as he keeps Babson’s student-athletes in shape in any situation.
People of Babson: John Florendo
People of Babson: John Florendo » Behind the scenes, Babson’s multimedia support technician works to keep hybrid learning and community events running smoothly.
People of Babson: Grace Carew ’16
People of Babson: Grace Carew ’16 » As an alumna, staff member, and even occasionally the mascot, Grace Carew ’16 knows all about keeping the Babson community connected, especially online.
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.
Advancement Spotlight: The Gift of Time
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Advancement Spotlight: The Gift of Time » Babson alumni are quick to Give Back to Others, one of the core values of Arthur M. Blank '63, H'98. Here are a few who make Babson better by giving back.
Black Student Union at 50: Its Impact, Meaning, and Future
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Black Student Union at 50: Its Impact, Meaning, and Future » Fifty years after Eric Johnson ’72, P’08 founded Babson's Black Student Union, current student leaders reflect on its impact, its meaning, and its future.
Athletic Trainers Keep Student-Athletes on Track by Embracing Telehealth
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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.
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.
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
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.
From the President: Welcoming Arthur M. Blank Home
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From the President: Welcoming Arthur M. Blank Home » President Stephen Spinelli on Arthur M. Blank's visit: "Our shared vision for The Blank School will amplify entrepreneurial leadership on a global scale."
Extra! Extra! Read all about … Babson Free Press
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Extra! Extra! Read all about … Babson Free Press » As The Babson Free Press marks its 50th anniversary, former staff members reflect on a time when the College's student newspaper was an invaluable source.
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.
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.
News, Notes, and Nods: Undergraduates
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News, Notes, and Nods: Undergraduates » The latest news, notes, and nods from Babson's undergraduate alumni in the Winter 2020–2021 edition of Babson Magazine.
News, Notes, and Nods: Graduates
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News, Notes, and Nods: Graduates » The latest news, notes, and nods from Babson's graduate alumni in the Winter 2020–2021 edition of Babson Magazine.
News, Notes, and Nods: In Memoriam
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News, Notes, and Nods: In Memoriam » Remembering the members of the Babson community from the Winter 2020–2021 edition of Babson Magazine.
People of Babson: Jon Anderson ’75
People of Babson: Jon Anderson ’75 » The legendary men’s soccer coach discusses keeping his players engaged during a pandemic, re-opening BRAC, and what Babson means to him.
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.
People of Babson: Ryan Travia
People of Babson: Ryan Travia » The new associate vice president for student success reflects on creating an integrated experience, including mental health and wellbeing, for students.
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.
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.
Words of Wisdom: Alumni Advice to the Class of 2020
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Words of Wisdom: Alumni Advice to the Class of 2020 » Babson’s amazing alumni welcome the Class of 2020 to the alumni network with their best advice to the College's most recent graduates.
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.
Babson’s Unique Bond with Special Olympics
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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.
Virtual Seminars Keep the Babson Community Connected
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Virtual Seminars Keep the Babson Community Connected » With online seminars and roundtables covering today’s unique challenges, the College has helped keep the community connected and learning from one another.
Athletic Firsts for the Class of 2020
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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.
From the President: ‘We Are Proud of You’
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From the President: ‘We Are Proud of You’ » President Stephen Spinelli writes: "The Class of 2020 is inextricably linked to this transformative moment, these world-changing events."
News, Notes, and Nods: Undergraduates
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News, Notes, and Nods: Undergraduates » The latest news, notes, and nods from Babson's undergraduate alumni in the Summer 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
News, Notes, and Nods: Graduates
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News, Notes, and Nods: Graduates » The latest news, notes, and nods from Babson's graduate alumni in the Summer 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
News, Notes, and Nods: In Memoriam
From Babson Magazine
News, Notes, and Nods: In Memoriam » Remembering the members of the Babson communities from the Summer 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
Beaver Brau: Where Everyone Knew Your Name
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Beaver Brau: Where Everyone Knew Your Name » Remembering the origins of the popular Beaver Brau, the first watering hole on Babson's campus and the forerunner of the Roger's Pub & Grille of today.
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.
More Than Profits: The Importance of Integrated Sustainability
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More Than Profits: The Importance of Integrated Sustainability » At Babson, students are taught to make sustainability and social responsibility a central part of their careers and day-to-day lives.
In Service of Others: The Power of the Community Action Program
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In Service of Others: The Power of the Community Action Program » With the rewarding Community Action Program, Babson College students experience the benefits—and even personal lessons—of giving back in local communities.
Standing Together: Students Stay Connected
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Standing Together: Students Stay Connected » Despite the disruption to life on campus, the Babson community purposefully helps keep students connected to their courses, to their ventures, and to one another.
Alumni, Friends Provide ‘Safety Net’ for Students
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Alumni, Friends Provide ‘Safety Net’ for Students » Babson College alumni, families, and friends from all over have overwhelmingly responded to support students during the global health crisis.
Baseball’s Lost Season: ‘What Could Have Been’
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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."
‘They Care About This’
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‘They Care About This’ » Prabaarja Bedi MBA’20 found opportunity amid the waste of her family's business, and founded UNfabricated, which produces furnishings, apparel, and accessories.
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.
From the President: ‘Inspired by the Resilience of Our Community’
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From the President: ‘Inspired by the Resilience of Our Community’ » President Stephen Spinelli writes: "Our community has demonstrated agility, collaboration, and innovation—hallmarks of entrepreneurial leadership."
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.
‘True Success Is Giving Back’ This article contains a video
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‘True Success Is Giving Back’ » In these courses, Babson students not only learn the significance of philanthropy and what it means to be a humanitarian but also put those lessons in action.
Babson Heroes: How the Community Adapted Quickly to Lend a Helping Hand
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Babson Heroes: How the Community Adapted Quickly to Lend a Helping Hand » Babson Heroes: How students, alumni, faculty, and students adapted quickly to lend a helping hand in the early days of the crisis
News, Notes, and Nods: Undergraduates
From Babson Magazine
News, Notes, and Nods: Undergraduates » The latest news, notes, and nods from Babson's undergraduate alumni in the Spring 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
News, Notes, and Nods: Graduates
From Babson Magazine
News, Notes, and Nods: Graduates » The latest news, notes, and nods from Babson's graduate alumni in the Spring 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
On Campus with Eric Crawley MBA’09
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On Campus with Eric Crawley MBA’09 » “It’s incredibly motivational," Eric Crawley MBA’09 says of his work coaching finance students as a member of the Cutler Center Mentor Program.
News, Notes, and Nods: Connections
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News, Notes, and Nods: Connections » The latest Connections from the Babson community in the Spring 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
News, Notes, and Nods: In Memoriam
From Babson Magazine
News, Notes, and Nods: In Memoriam » Remembering the members of the Babson communities from the Spring 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
Beaver Tales: The Roots of Giving Back at Babson
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Beaver Tales: The Roots of Giving Back at Babson » Three decades ago, a student-run organization called Get Into the Volunteer Experience, or GIVE, was first rallying students to think beyond campus to people in need.
Babson and Beyond: Saying Goodbye, but Pulling Together
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Babson and Beyond: Saying Goodbye, but Pulling Together » The latest news and updates from Babson and Beyond in the Spring 2020 edition of Babson Magazine.
In an Age of Disruption, Employee Development Can’t Be Ignored
In an Age of Disruption, Employee Development Can’t Be Ignored » To keep up with the lightning pace of technological change, companies can’t afford to overlook employee development.
The Basics of AI: Where to Begin
The Basics of AI: Where to Begin » Are you a business leader or entrepreneur curious about the basics of AI? Here are some tips for getting started with this powerful technology.
Babson’s First National Championship
Babson’s First National Championship » The 1975 Babson men’s soccer team was the College’s first to win a national title and helped put the athletics program on the map.
Getting to Know Babson’s New President
Getting to Know Babson’s New President » How well do you know Stephen Spinelli Jr. MBA’92, PhD? Babson’s 14th president takes time to answer a few questions.
Babson’s Pioneering Women
Babson’s Pioneering Women » The first women who enrolled at Babson College share their remembrances as trailblazers on campus.
Dealing with Uncertainty? Embrace It.
Dealing with Uncertainty? Embrace It. » Professor Yasuhiro Yamakawa believes in having a positive approach to entrepreneurship (and life), even when faced with chaos and uncertainty.
Helping Professors Thrive with Custom Coaching
Helping Professors Thrive with Custom Coaching » Through customized coaching, David James MBA’18 helps professors achieve their classroom goals and become better teachers.
Amplifying Family Business
Amplifying Family Business » For students thinking about entering their family’s business, the Amplifier program prepares them for a future position.
As a Presidency Ends, a Time to Reflect
As a Presidency Ends, a Time to Reflect » Leaving behind a wide-ranging set of accomplishments, Kerry Healey prepares to step down as Babson’s president at the end of the month.
Babson’s Leadership Legacy
Babson’s Leadership Legacy » Over the last 100 years, dynamic leaders have turned Babson into an entrepreneurship powerhouse.
Office Hours: Shaking It Up
Office Hours: Shaking It Up » In Professor Mary Godwyn's classes, prepare to be disrupted.
Beaver Tales: Remembrances of Roger Babson
Beaver Tales: Remembrances of Roger Babson » The College's Founder Was Known to Ride a Horse on Campus
No Finish Line
No Finish Line » Arthur Blank ’63, H’98, built The Home Depot, one of the largest retail outlets in the world. For the second act of his amazing career, Blank has kept busy, pledging to give nearly all of his wealth to charity, and leading his NFL team, the Atlanta Falcons.