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MSEM alum featured on Steve Harvey’s Funderdome

Monday, June, 26th, 2017 Entrepreneurship MSEM

“I don’t want anybody to be intimidated by making fresh pasta.”- Mike Finizio, MSEM ’12 Finizio has invented a special rolling pin for making ravioli from scratch. He and the company he founded, Repast Supply Co., were recently featured on ABC’s Funderdome, hosted by Steve Harvey. On the show, Finizio demonstrated how the modified rolling Read More

Owl Labs launches with $6M Series A 

Tuesday, May, 9th, 2017 Entrepreneurship MSEM News

The following article about Max Makeev, MSEM ’09 was published in Bostinno.com. If you are interested in participating in Owl Lab’s Beta Test program, register at http://www.owllabs.com/ and indicate “Referred by Tufts Gordon Institute.” We got the opportunity to ask Max Makeev, CEO and co-founder of Owl Labs, why the company has been in stealth mode Read More

Addressing the concussion problem, head on

Monday, May, 8th, 2017 Competitions Entrepreneurship MSIM News

OnGuard, created by four MSIM students, placed second in the Tufts 100k competition on April 6. OnGuard is a concussion warning system that provides instant impact alerting, data tracking, and analysis to coaches, trainers, and athletes. Every year, over 3.8 million sports-related concussions occur in the U.S., and 30 percent of those go undiagnosed, posing Read More

M.S. in Innovation & Management Complete Innovation Sprint #1

Tuesday, January, 10th, 2017 Entrepreneurship MSIM News

The M.S. in Innovation & Management students successfully completed their first Innovation Sprint December 2016. Tasked with developing a new product or service idea that solves a real-world customer problem, the four diverse teams of students came together to present their findings to faculty, staff and a student audience at Tufts Gordon Institute.

MSEM Alumnus & the world’s first smart wine bottle

Wednesday, April, 20th, 2016 Entrepreneurship MSEM News

In the MS in Engineering Management (MSEM) program at Tuft’s Gordon Institute, graduates take their technology careers in many directions. They become better managers, more productive engineers, start their own companies, and often move up in their current companies while still in the program. Geoff Lansberry, MSEM ’10, experienced all of those things, and more.