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Charge It Up: MSIM Students Developing Motion-Powered Charger

Friday, February, 8th, 2019 Blog Competitions MSIM News

James Aronson and Robert Treiber, current students in the M.S. in Innovation & Management program, are competing in the Outdoor Weber competition with their new venture, UCharge. As hikers, they realized the need for rechargeable power banks that can restore their energy sources in the wilderness, even without solar or electrical resources. Their goal is to adapt current technologies that Read More

Professor of Practice delivers global keynote on Awakened Intelligence

Thursday, February, 7th, 2019 News

Tufts Gordon Institute’s own Partha Ghosh, Professor of Practice, was recently featured during a prestigious PanIIT Conclave 2019 event in India. Hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, this year’s conference theme focused on “Artificial Intelligence: What Does the Future Hold for India?” and the transformational role of machine learning. The two-day exclusive event Read More

Q+A: CarTrek, connecting drivers and riders

Monday, December, 10th, 2018 Entrepreneurship

CarTrek, founded by Olive Baerde and Mikayla Rose, Tufts ’20, provides the cheapest method for students and young alumni to travel by connecting drivers and riders to carpool, with an aim to facilitate a greater sense of community while saving travelers money.

2018 Winners Announced: Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement & the Ideas Competition

Monday, December, 10th, 2018 Competitions Entrepreneurship News

The Tufts Entrepreneurship Center is proud to present the winners from the 2018 Paul and Elizabeth Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement and the Ideas Competition held December 30th. The Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement is an annual competition that helps kick-start future leaders in the business and non-profit world. Paul Montle, a 1969 alumnus, created Read More

Faculty Viewpoints: Trade wars and supply chain management

Wednesday, November, 14th, 2018 Faculty Viewpoints News

In the Faculty Viewpoints series, Tufts Gordon Institute faculty share thoughts on the latest news and trends in leadership, business, technology and entrepreneurship.   At the beginning of 2018, President Donald Trump fulfilled a campaign promise and took steps to implement tariffs on U.S. imports from China, hoping to keep the U.S. economy’s competitive edge Read More

Faculty Q+A: Putting technology to work for the greater good

Tuesday, November, 6th, 2018 Entrepreneurship News

Julianne Zimmerman, professor of Innovative Social Enterprises, aims to bring innovative and practical solutions to social problems. In her current role as Managing Director with Reinventure Capital, she is in the process of raising a fund to invest in chronically overlooked pools of entrepreneurs: people of color and women.