The 2021 MS in Innovation and Management cohort reached new heights in their third and final Innovation Sprint that concluded this month; their impact was felt locally and across the world.
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The funds for capital investment will support research ranging from drug delivery to disease detection technologies at the university
Priyanka Ram, MSIM ’20 + MS in Biomedical Engineering ’21, leveraged TGI and the School of Engineering’s Dual Degree program to bridge her interests and challenge the status quo.
MSIM students presented their final Sprint updates for the spring semester, marking another key milestone in developing their ventures and innovative spirits.
Entrepreneurship can open doors for anyone willing to put in the work, says Jean Phuong Pham, MSIM '21. Now that she’s successfully launched her own startup, she’s excited to use her experiences to empower a new generation of innovators.
In a recent class held as part of the MSIM’s Career Impact Seminar Series, alumni highlighted the path to becoming product managers.
With news on Wall Street of several stock prices soaring, retail investors, fueled by social media, are showing their ability to influence and create volatility in the market against big time investing.
Marking an end to their first semester, MSIM students shared the progress they made on their ventures.
Tufts Gordon Institute hosted its December Community Meet-Up for a night of networking, conversation and connection.