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Students Reinvent the Pitch with Kevin Harrington This article contains a video
Students Reinvent the Pitch with Kevin Harrington » Twenty-eight years ago, Kevin Harrington was a young entrepreneur making $50 million in revenue. Fast forward a few years, and the $50 million became $500 million. What made the difference? Babson.
Finding His Happy Work
Finding His Happy Work » Driven by his love for operations management, Michael Daboll ’19 is approaching the end of his time at Babson with a clear path and career in sight.
It’s Not Entrepreneurship, It’s Artrepreneurship
It’s Not Entrepreneurship, It’s Artrepreneurship » What does Jamie Kent ’09 think is the biggest opportunity and the greatest hope for the music industry? Is it the next emerging artist? A new genre? No—it’s blockchain technology.
One of the Team
One of the Team » Babson baseball team manager Daniel O’Hanlon ’22 talks about life on and off the field and hustling towards his goal of working with the Red Sox.
100 Years. Three Signature Events. One Extraordinary Celebration. This article contains a video
100 Years. Three Signature Events. One Extraordinary Celebration. » More than 3,000 people from around the globe returned to Babson for an extraordinary week of events, conferences, and activities for our Centennial Celebration.
Exploring the Future of Finance at Boston FinTech Week
Exploring the Future of Finance at Boston FinTech Week » This month, students and alumni joined the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance and Babson Boston for Boston FinTech Week. The focus? How technology will affect the future of financial services.
TORq Interface Wins Big
TORq Interface Wins Big » Joanna Geisinger MBA’17 and her startup, TORq Interface, pitched to win $100,000, and the investment interest of some famous judges, including Jamie Siminoff ’99, founder of Ring, at Babson ePitch: Second Century Challenge.
Students Use Original Isaac Newton Works
Students Use Original Isaac Newton Works » Babson will host a Sir Isaac Newton pop-up exhibition as part of the College’s Centennial Celebration.
Check Your Blind Spots
Check Your Blind Spots » The Babson community welcomed CEO Action to campus via its “Check Your Blind Spots” mobile tour to change perspectives on diversity and inclusion, and commit to recognizing and changing unconscious biases.
Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex Now Open
Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex Now Open » The newly-completed Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex will foster community and serve as a destination for students.
Babson Welcomes Class of 2023
Babson Welcomes Class of 2023 » On August 30, the Babson community welcomed more than 600 new students and their families to campus for Orientation.
Making Art at a Business School
Making Art at a Business School » Art can happen anywhere, even at a bustling business school. Babson’s Sorenson Arts Scholarship program helps student artists to take time to discuss and practice their art.
Summer Venture Showcase Concludes 10-Week Boston Accelerator
Summer Venture Showcase Concludes 10-Week Boston Accelerator » On July 25, 13 student startup teams capped off an intense 10-week accelerator program at Babson’s Summer Venture Showcase at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Convening Babson’s Entrepreneurial Community
Convening Babson’s Entrepreneurial Community » At the supportive community of the Blank Center, Debi Kleiman helps entrepreneurs to tell their personal stories.
Stepping Up to the Hot Seat
Stepping Up to the Hot Seat » As the annual Summer Venture Program concludes, entrepreneurs take turns pitching their endeavor to perfect their articulation and persuasion skills.
BRAC Project Just Shy of Finish Line
BRAC Project Just Shy of Finish Line » The countdown is on for the opening of the Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex as work nears completion on the state-of-the-art facility.
Balancing Work, Life, and a Part-Time MBA
Balancing Work, Life, and a Part-Time MBA » Ryan Ross works full time, he’s a parent, and he’s pursuing an MBA at Babson. That makes for a full, busy life, but Ross embraces it. Going to school inspires him.
An Entrepreneur with Eyes on the Olympics
An Entrepreneur with Eyes on the Olympics » Parallels between rock climbing and business led world-champion climber and Babson sophomore Kai Lightner ’22 to pursue a career in entrepreneurship.
When Babson, and Business, Run in the Family
When Babson, and Business, Run in the Family » For this family, a Babson education and starting your own business spans two generations.
Direction (and Donuts) with Donna Sosnowski
Direction (and Donuts) with Donna Sosnowski » Donna Sosnowski is the director of Babson’s Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development, and an expert in helping students set themselves up for success in today’s competitive workforce.
Students Get Hands On to Scale a Lean Venture
Students Get Hands On to Scale a Lean Venture » Students gain real-world operational growth and management experience, both at Babson and in Boston on one of the city’s highest-traffic weekends.
Student Startups Make Summer Venture Program
Student Startups Make Summer Venture Program » Find out which student startup teams will take their businesses through Babson’s intensive Summer Venture Program.
Babson Posse Scholars Celebrated in Sendoff This article contains a photo gallery
Babson Posse Scholars Celebrated in Sendoff » Members of the graduating Posse 12 cohort received a special sendoff before Babson’s Centennial Commencement in honor of their achievements and journey.
Babson TED Talks Top 10
Babson TED Talks Top 10 » TEDx Babson College speakers shared pearls of wisdom on the theme Dimensions of Change. Here are the TED Talks Top 10 from Babson College.
LGBTQ+ Graduates Honored at Annual Lavender Graduation This article contains a photo gallery
LGBTQ+ Graduates Honored at Annual Lavender Graduation » Several students and staff were recognized and honored for their achievements at Babson’s seventh annual Lavender Graduation.
Balancing Business With Being Part of the Team
Balancing Business With Being Part of the Team » Abigail Beecher knows how to balance a future business career while helping lead a collegiate sports team on NCAA tournament runs in consecutive years.
Two MBA Students Named to Poets & Quants Best and Brightest
Two MBA Students Named to Poets & Quants Best and Brightest » Two of Babson’s top MBA students have been recognized nationally by Poets & Quants as the best and brightest from the Class of 2019.
Get to Know Babson’s Class of 2019
Get to Know Babson’s Class of 2019 » As we countdown to May 18, we’re celebrating the many members of our graduate and undergraduate classes of 2019.
To Set Yourself Apart from Competition, Think Like an Entrepreneur
To Set Yourself Apart from Competition, Think Like an Entrepreneur » President-elect Stephen Spinelli Jr. discussed the definition of entrepreneurship with Babson’s athletics community earlier this month.
A Faculty Mentor’s Bittersweet Goodbye to Babson Posse 12
A Faculty Mentor’s Bittersweet Goodbye to Babson Posse 12 » Professor Marjorie Feld reflects on four years as the faculty mentor for Babson Posse 12.
Launching a Business as a First-Year Student This article contains a video
Launching a Business as a First-Year Student » From Rocket Pitches to prototyping to the Expo and beyond, dive into the FME journey with Sophie Jamison ’22 and her team's venture, The Boston Hat Company.
Seniors Named <em>Poets & Quants</em> Best and Brightest
Seniors Named Poets & Quants Best and Brightest » Scholars and student leaders Adam Kershner ’19 and Leslie Parra ’19 were named the Best and Brightest Business Majors by Poets & Quants.
CREATEing a Lasting Impact
CREATEing a Lasting Impact » Julia Dean ’19 didn’t come to Babson for business. She came for the liberal arts, and is leaving behind a legacy of creative problem solving.
When Students Become Teachers
When Students Become Teachers » Lydia Stetson ’19 has a passion for the restaurant business. By teaching a Senior-Led Seminar, she is able to share her knowledge of the industry with her fellow students.
Class of 2022 Debuts FME Ventures This article contains a photo gallery
Class of 2022 Debuts FME Ventures » Miss the FME Expo? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Browse our gallery to meet the class of 2022's FME ventures, the products they’re selling, and the causes they’re promoting.
He Came to Babson in 1978. You’ll Still See Him On Campus Today
He Came to Babson in 1978. You’ll Still See Him On Campus Today » Call George Recck the ultimate Beaver Believer. Through his time as a Babson undergraduate and graduate student, a staff member, and a current member of our faculty, Recck has seen it all. Now he’s excited to see the College’s second century unfold.
Investing in the Future with Patrick Gregory
Investing in the Future with Patrick Gregory » Patrick Gregory—lecturer, institutional portfolio manager, and campus leader—discusses the importance of real-world application in the classroom.