Thursday, May, 20th, 2010 MSEM
The MSEM class of 2010 joined their families and the Tufts Gordon Institute faculty on the evening of May 19, for a graduation reception to celebrate the students’ collective accomplishment. Reflecting on the two years, Director of Tufts Gordon Institute Rob Hannemann remarked on the difficulties of completing the rigorous two-year program, but added, “your work isn’t over yet, as there are a multitude of issues in our world that need the leadership of engineers.”
Thursday, April, 22nd, 2010 MSEM
A team of three Tufts Gordon Institute MSEM students won the Class Business Competition prize in Tufts $100K Business Plan Competition. The team hopes to develop a new screening device to treat hospital-acquired infections.
Saturday, January, 16th, 2010 MSEM
Students, alumni and members of the Tufts Gordon Institute’s community gathered on January 16 for a lively panel discussion titled, “Bridging the Engineering Leadership Gap: Pathways to Leadership” in the ASEAN Auditorium. Director of Tufts Gordon Institute Engineering Management Program Mary Viola welcomed more than 100 attendees to the seminar. She opened her remarks by invoking a shared passion across the global technology community; “We are all united in helping engineers and technologists become leaders to affect positive change in the world.”
Wednesday, September, 9th, 2009 MSEM
Bernard Gordon, founder of Analogic and co-founder of NeuroLogica, has committed $40 million to Tufts University School of Engineering. The school will continue to collaborate with Tufts Gordon Institute on engineering leadership initiatives.
Friday, May, 1st, 2009 MSEM
Tufts Gordon Institute is expanding its M.S. in Engineering Management program and will launch an evening format in the fall of 2009. With two formats to choose from, weekend or evening, prospective students will be able to select the format that best suits their lifestyle and work schedule.
Friday, November, 21st, 2008 MSEM
Tufts University has established the position of Professor of the Practice in order to bring prominent industry practitioners to campus to teach our students. The expertise of these truly outstanding individuals, whose accomplishments are principally in non-academic venues, complements the current faculty’s research and educational and scholarly work.