2014 News

02/4/2016

Tufts Gordon Institute Faculty Deliver Custom Training Sessions with Local Companies


Recently faculty members from the Gordon Institute have delivered a series of custom programs at companies in and around Boston.

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11/19/2014

Tufts Gordon Institute launches new Saturday M.S. in Engineering Management program format


Three program formats allow technical professionals to select the option that best fits their careers and their lives. To meet growing demand and provide more choices to technical professionals pursuing graduate studies, Tufts University is launching a new Saturday program format for its flagship M.S. in Engineering Management (MSEM) beginning in September 2015.

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11/6/2014

BRILLIANT! JUMBO ENTREPRENEURS AND THEIR BIG IDEAS


MSEM alumni included in roundup of Tufts entrepreneurs to watch.

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10/8/2014

An Interview with Associate Dean & Executive Director Mark Ranalli


The founder of several innovative businesses, Ranalli joins Tufts with over 24 years of experience as a business executive and entrepreneur.

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10/6/2014

2014 Student Consulting Projects Receive Positive Feedback


This summer 64 MSEM students worked on 15 MSEM consulting projects with a range of companies including BAE, EMC, iRobot, Keurig, Pfizer and Schlumberger.

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09/2/2014

Mark Ranalli Appointed as Associate Dean and Executive Director of Tufts Gordon Institute


Mark Ranalli joins Tufts Gordon Institute as associate dean and executive director. Ranalli founded several innovative businesses including Helium, Inc.

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04/30/2014

Entrepreneurship at Tufts


Read a roundup of BostInno’s coverage of the expanding community of entrepreneurship across the Tufts campus.

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04/8/2014

Gordon Institute Sponsors Inaugural Ideas Competition


This year marked the first Tufts Idea Competition, which helps sponsor student’s business ideas in their early stages. Roughly 135 members of the Tufts community participated in the competition, resulting in three winning proposals, each of which received a $1,000 cash prize for their business strategy.

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