Joseph L. Winn, a consultant for emerging businesses in the areas of strategy and financial planning, has been named Chair of the Babson College Board of Trustees.
Faculty Speakers will be featured in a day-long program focused on developing leaders who shape social and economic opportunity, based on the new faculty book "The New Entrepreneurial Leader."
“Loops and Strips,” New Paintings by Nataliya Bregel will be displayed in Hollister Gallery November 3 - December 30.
"Export Now: Five Keys to Entering New Markets," co-authored by Peter Cohan and Frank Lavin shares strategy on how to take any-sized business global.
The Princeton Review's "Best 294 Business Schools: 2012 Edition" includes Babson's F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business.
FOOD SOLUTIONS INSTITUTE ESTABLISHED AT BABSON COLLEGE; FOOD SOL TO USE THE COUNTRY’S TOP ENTREPRENEURIAL PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES TO DRIVE SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEM INNOVATIONS
The Food Solutions Institute (Food Sol) has been established at Babson College to catalyze sustainability- and socially-oriented innovations in the food system.
GEO TV NETWORK CO-FOUNDER MIR IBRAHIM RAHMAN AND JIFFY LUBE CO-FOUNDER STEPHEN SPINELLI JR. NAMED TO BABSON COLLEGE ALUMNI ENTREPRENEUR HALL OF FAME
The Babson College Alumni Entrepreneur Hall of Fame’s newest members are Mir Ibrahim Rahman ’00, co-founder and CEO of GEO TV Network, and Stephen Spinelli Jr. M’92, president of Philadelphia University and co-founder of Jiffy Lube.
Daymond John, FUBU (For US By US) creator and host of ABC-TV’s Shark Tank will lead a special full-day event, “Diversity of All Kinds” at the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.
The three start-up businesses are Coaster, a mobile service; Androgyny, an online apparel retailer; and Matchpoint GPS, an anti-theft service for vehicles.
The Babson Class of 2013 Steering Committee today launched The Pig is the Limit, a new undergraduate fundraising initiative which will accompany Babson’s The Sky is the Limit campaign in the goal to raise $20 million over the next 100 days.
It is with great sadness that we inform the Babson community of the death of our dear colleague and friend, Ted Grossman, on Sunday, September 25, 2011.
Babson Rising campaign raises $204 million…and counting!
Three Babson startups are among the 25 most impressive U.S. companies in Bloomberg Businessweek.com's seventh annual roundup of promising U.S. entrepreneurs age 25 and under.
BABSON WELCOMES JONAS HAERTLE, HEAD, PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION SECRETARIAT AT U.N. AND LAUNCHES BOOK: "THE NEW ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADER," SEPTEMBER 26
Jonas Haertle, Head, The Principles of Responsibile Management Education Secretariat at the United Nations, will speak and the new Babson faculty book "The New Entrepreneurial Leader" will be launched.
Following the partnership’s successful launch, the gift provides pilot funding for Babson-Olin-Wellesley’s first inter-campus Certificate Program in Sustainability and Mellon Presidential Innovation Project Fund.
Mayor Menino joins with Babson to open Babson Boston, the Innovation District’s first major academic facility
Professor Michael Goldstein Ph.D. has been named chair of the FINRA Economic Advisory Committee.
Developed at Babson College, the world's top school for entrepreneurship, The New Entrepreneurial Leader presents a radically new approach specifically designed to meet the drastically changed needs and circumstances of the post-crash world.
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP BY DESIGN COURSE AT BABSON/OLIN COLLEGES RECEIVES INNOVATION IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP PEDAGOGY AWARD
The Social Entrepreneurship by Design course, jointly taught by professors from Babson and Olin College of Engineering, has received the Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy award.
Sierra Club names Babson to its 2011 List of America’s Coolest Schools, a ranking based on sustainability efforts.
Babson Celebrates UN’s Principles Of Responsible Management Education
Babson College and Babson entrepreneurship professor Patricia Greene have been named to the Top 100 Small Business Influencers by Small Business Trends and Smallbiztechnology.com.
33 first-year students who arrived at Babson in January 2011 launched The One Bottle, a student business that is a part of the required Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (FME) course.
“From Day One…Make a Difference” on August 30th will turn the Babson campus into a marketplace of social innovation.
Babson’s San Francisco Fast Track holds its first Rocket Pitch Saturday, October 1, at the campus on 135 Main Street.