The Paul and Elizabeth Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement is awarded to three entrepreneurially forward-thinking students each year.
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Tufts Alumnus Bryan DelloRusso, A08, is launching a new platform that aims to bridge opportunity gaps in higher education. Along the way, several Tufts students are getting involved in its development.
Reimagined and enhanced, this year’s Ideas Competition welcomed an increased number of applicants and nurtured ventures with wide-reaching impacts.
Kevin Oye '79 is the executive director of the Tufts Gordon Institute, which fosters engineering leadership and provides venture opportunities through its Entrepreneurship Center. Professor Oye believes in business and technology for good.
Addressing Tufts’ entrepreneurial community, TEC Director Elaine Chen discussed her vision and new developments.
From Medford to London to Tokyo, students across the globe share how the Tufts Venture Accelerator provided a valuable opportunity to turn an idea into a business, connect with experts, and take their start-ups to the next level.
As the countdown to the new academic year begins, Lecturer Tina Weber discusses what Entrepreneurship students can expect this fall.
Elaine Chen named as Director of the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center and Cummings Family Professor of the Practice in Entrepreneurship
A skilled educator, entrepreneur, and technologist, Elaine will strengthen TEC’s mission to foster the Tufts community’s entrepreneurial spirit, whether they aspire to start their own ventures or cultivate innovation within global corporations.
Held three times a week, “Karen Discusses Racism” is lecturer Rachel O’Neil’s effort to tackle questions related to racism in corporate settings and educate leaders.