Isenberg first spoke on, “Entrepreneurship Lessons from Around the World.”
Eighth Annual Sloan Survey Of Online Education Shows Economy Still Driving Growth
Producer/director Mary Mazzio, who wrote Lemonade Stories about entrepreneurs and their inspirational moms, will consult on film projects at Babson.
STATEWIDE CONFERENCE ON IMMIGRANT ENTREPRENEURSHIP - COLLABORATION OF IMMIGRANT LEARNING CENTER, INC. AND BABSON COLLEGE
Come learn from and network with immigrant entrepreneurs, researchers and experts from the field.
More than 125 academics and family business owners from 34 partner countries will participate in the 2010 Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices (STEP) Global Summit at Babson College November 4-7, 2010.
Entrepreneurship expert Prof. Candida Brush was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration and Economics from the Swedish university.
Hebrew College President Daniel L. Lehmann in conversation with the Presidents of Babson, Brandeis and Tufts -- Rabbi Daniel L. Lehmann, Leonard A. Schlesinger, Jehuda Reinharz, Lawrence S. Bacow.
The success of the top-producing institutions is highlighted in the October 25 online edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
BFEI’s goal is to raise awareness of key opportunities and challenges facing entrepreneurs in an increasingly complex and global business world.
Finance professor and faculty director of Babson's Cutler Center Michael Goldstein will address the High Frequency Trading World USA conference on December 8 in NYC.
The Cutler Center has undergone a significant transition since its opening as a physical space in the Horn Library.
Dana Clancy will display her paintings in an exhibit entitled "Points of View" from November 9, 2010 – January 21, 2011.
Finance Professor Michael Goldstein presented research on the Arctic ice road economy at an international conference held in Iceland in June. Nick Pineda, '11, presented results from a survey he conducted in the Northwest Territories.
FIRST ANNUAL GLOBAL CONSORTIUM FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION (GCEE) SUMMIT TAKES PLACE AT BABSON COLLEGE
CWL CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF GLOBAL BANKING ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN -- ADDRESSING THE NEXT, BEST PRACTICES FOR WOMEN’S BUSINESS GROWTH
The three-day Summit gathers bank CEOs and representatives of financial institutions from all regions of the world, to exchange best practices for profitably enabling growth among small and medium women-owned enterprises (SMEs).
From opportunity exploration and pursuit with an action plan to the ultimate launch.
Provides critical insight based on cutting-edge analyses of how to frame, design, launch, and sustain efforts in the area of entrepreneurship.
13 awards were presented to Babson alumni and faculty leaders honoring their distinguished service to the College.
ACCENTURE’S WILLIAM D. GREEN AND CORPORATION FOR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING’S DEBORAH DE SANTIS NAMED TO BABSON COLLEGE ALUMNI ENTREPRENEUR HALL OF FAME
Established in 2008, the Hall of Fame welcomes alumni who distinguish themselves in entrepreneurial endeavors in all types of enterprises.
Ten undergraduate students from Massachusetts have received scholarships totaling $22,500 from the Charles C. Ely Trust.
LEWIS INSTITUTE LECTURE SERIES - MAKING A DIFFERENCE: DIFFERENCE MAKERS, EDGEWALKERS, AND INTELLECTUAL SHAMANS
Using the emerging infrastructure on corporate responsibility as a foundation, this panel will explore the ways in which individual actions lead to new organizations, institutions, and, ultimately social change.
BABSON’S CENTER FOR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT STUDIES AND OUELLETTE & ASSOCIATES OFFER LEADERSHIP SERIES FOR IT PROFESSIONALS
Nov and Dec 2010 and Jan 2011 at the Babson Executive Conference Center.
Join our panel discussion to learn how renewable energy projects involving solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, and waste-to-energy technologies can increase the viability of real estate development projects and enhance the value of commercial properties.
Babson and PSF establish a center in Kigali focused on developing entrepreneurs throughout Rwanda.
William Bygrave, entrepreneurship professor emeritus, will address the Japanese Academy of Small Business Studies on September 25 in Tokyo.