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Experiencing Experiential Learning, Even from Afar
Experiencing Experiential Learning, Even from Afar » At Babson, experiential learning happens everywhere. This semester, students have worked to bring fresh ideas to film entrepreneurs and apparel companies.
Think Big, Observe, and Create Solutions
Think Big, Observe, and Create Solutions » In the second part of an ongoing series about FME, students learn to think bigger about how their ventures can impact people’s lives.
A Babson Rite of Passage Begins
A Babson Rite of Passage Begins » In the first part of an ongoing series, we take a look at a hallmark of Babson: Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (FME). In this installment, first-year students share their first impressions.
Babson’s Inaugural MSAEL Cohort Makes Its Mark
Babson’s Inaugural MSAEL Cohort Makes Its Mark » A trailblazing cohort of 13 advanced entrepreneurial leadership masters students has started their Babson journey, making their mark as the College’s first MSAEL class.
An Inside Look at the Online Teaching Training Program
An Inside Look at the Online Teaching Training Program » This summer, 243 faculty members took part in the Online Teaching Training Program, mastering new skills and tools and learning from one another as Babson prepares to kick off a new academic year.
Babson College Announces Return to Campus Plan
Babson College Announces Return to Campus Plan » With guidance from public health experts, and informed by federal and state recommendations, Babson College releases its plan to be open this fall.
Everybody Is Buying Disinfectant
Everybody Is Buying Disinfectant » Graduate students had the opportunity to virtually engage with an executive at Clorox, which has continued to innovate while meeting heightened demand.
The Real World Benefit of a Student Consulting Project
The Real World Benefit of a Student Consulting Project » Target-owned delivery service Shipt joined a Babson MBA consulting experience to accelerate innovation and garner fresh ideas.
Why AI Ethics Are So Important
Why AI Ethics Are So Important » In a course called Digital Transformation, Babson students explored AI ethics and how companies can employ the fast-moving technology responsibly.
Studying Science at a Business School
Studying Science at a Business School » Assistant professor of Earth and environmental science Joanna Carey asked students to express their vision for a better future. Why? Because as entrepreneurial leaders, she believes they can ignite change.
Arist Teams Up with Babson Health and Wellness to Deliver Free Text-Message Course
Arist Teams Up with Babson Health and Wellness to Deliver Free Text-Message Course » Babson’s Health and Wellness team joined together with its own student entrepreneurs to create an online course on social connection while social distancing.
Staying Connected, and Current, in Online Classes
Staying Connected, and Current, in Online Classes » Kat Filpi ’21 has found the transition to online learning both challenging and rewarding. What she’s learning along the way is inspiring.
Class Project Turned Product of the Future
Class Project Turned Product of the Future » Four MBA students collaborated on what was initially a class project. The result was a real product that could simplify the disinfecting process at gyms.
Capping a Babson Experience with Real-World Research
Capping a Babson Experience with Real-World Research » Babson’s Class of 2020 honors students concluded their college experience by completing a project that contributes real research to their field of interest.
When Current Events Become Coursework
When Current Events Become Coursework » A Management Consulting course assignment asked undergraduate students to reflect on the challenges of remote work.
FutureLab and an Unexpected Crisis: Lessons in Mobility
FutureLab and an Unexpected Crisis: Lessons in Mobility » After Babson transitioned online, students and faculty in FutureLab: Mobility Innovation worked to help the experiential program reach its potential.
With Centers and Institutes, Experiential Learning Carries On
With Centers and Institutes, Experiential Learning Carries On » Among the many ways students are getting hands-on experience in a virtual environment: by engaging with our centers and institutes.
Overcoming the Challenge
Overcoming the Challenge » Sixteen teams "rose to the occasion" and showcased products months in the making at Babson's MSEL LEAP Design Fair.
Experiments and Adventures in Online Learning
Experiments and Adventures in Online Learning » Professor Heidi Neck is not afraid to experiment when teaching online. Her entrepreneurship course features daily reflections, daring assignments, and, for one day, a dress code.
Sales in Action Goes Online
Sales in Action Goes Online » Students in Professor Vini Onyemah’s Sales in Action class took a virtual site visit to TechTarget to learn how sales pros navigate a crisis.
Up for the Challenge
Up for the Challenge » While Babson students and alumni have pivoted their businesses, faculty have shifted their courses to effectively adjust to this digital landscape.
When Your Class Becomes Your Reality
When Your Class Becomes Your Reality » When Emma Chanleap Bradley ’20 registered for Babson’s course, Communicating in Global Virtual Teams, she never could have imagined how applicable the topic would become in real time.
The MSEL Program Carries On
The MSEL Program Carries On » With the coronavirus outbreak, the close-knit students in Babson’s MSEL program have found new ways to stay connected and do their work.
Inside The Effort To Bring Babson Online
Inside The Effort To Bring Babson Online » Eric Palson takes us behind the scenes of the effort to bring a college online.
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Messages from Your Faculty » The night before the first day of fully online classes, members of Babson’s faculty and academic deans shared words of support with students.
How to Thrive in an Online Classroom
How to Thrive in an Online Classroom » Students have transitioned to online classes for the remainder of the semester. We asked experts for advice on how they can set themselves up for success.