The Lewis Institute
Navigating social innovation and redefining expectations for business by moving from social responsibility to social relevance.
Announcements and Upcoming Events
Good Business Fridays!
Join us Friday, March 7th, for a conversation with Rachel Greenberger of Food Sol as look at food entrepreneurship and the positive influences it can have on a community. Good Business Fridays
run every Friday, Noon–1:30 p.m. in the Reynolds Global Lounge. Some of these weekly conversations feature a special guest with insights on a key topic. Others are open forums for students, alums, faculty, and staff to support and advise each other about their business concerns, business ventures, and ideas. Most importantly, there is no such thing as late, just show up when you can and leave when you wish. For questions and suggestions, please
Babson Awaits 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University Network (CGI U) Decisions
The applications are in and soon we will hear which members of the Babson community have been selected to attend the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University Annual Meeting
. As a member of The Clinton Global Initiative University Network, Babson provides support and funding for innovative student projects that take on some of the world’s greatest challenges. For more information about our membership and potential funding opportunities, email Emily Weiner
Babson Food Days and Community Table
Babson Food Days
is about surfacing bite-sized opportunities for action and learning around food—and celebrating the tremendous talent and desire for food-system innovation that lives right here at Babson and around the world. Babson has most certainly arrived on the food-entrepreneurship scene. Share your photos from the 2013 event on our Facebook page
We hope that you will continue to come to our table, break bread and shape ideas with us, and look for your entrepreneurial paths into making a difference in food.
Food Sol Community Table: Wednesdays, Noon–1:30 p.m. on the Wellesley campus and Thursdays, 10-11:30 a.m. on the Boston campus