Tufts Gordon Institute Celebrates 2020 MSIM Graduates
On July 29, Tufts Gordon Institute celebrated graduates of the MS in Innovation and Management program. Joined by friends, family and faculty, graduating students were recognized for their accomplishments in and out of the classroom as well as the impact they have created in the world.
“All of you have a good heart. None of you would’ve taken this program without it,” Kevin Oye – Tufts Gordon Institute Executive Director, Director of the MSIM program, and Professor of the Practice – said to the cohort. “In the end, all of you want to make this a better world; all of you think this can be a better world.”
The virtual celebration, which was held following their final Innovation Sprint presentations, marks just the beginning of the cohort’s continuous, lifelong learning journey. Whether their futures involve leading companies or starting new ventures, graduates have developed an extensive foundation in launching new products, conducting consumer research and much more.
Like countless other students across the globe, this year’s cohort experienced a shift in learning modalities midway through their spring semester. In spite of dynamic circumstances, the graduates persevered, showcasing their ability to adapt to fast-paced environments. Reflecting on the year, the graduates were also reminded of how far they’ve come since starting the program as a slideshow of their experience played.
As they have shown countless times throughout their time at Tufts, they’ll continue to inspire change across the world and innovate the tomorrow society experiences. We can’t wait to see what their futures hold. Congratulations, MSIM Graduates!