Three MSEM alums, currently senior leaders at top companies in life sciences, pharmaceuticals and specialty chemicals, came together for a discussion on how they accelerated their careers.
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In a panel, past $100k New Ventures Competition Winners discuss how the startup landscape has changed in the era of a pandemic and how others can navigate these circumstances.
To develop refined, in-demand skills, Online MSEM students created solutions to unmet needs for seven weeks before presenting to industry-leading faculty.
Professor of the Practice Frank Apeseche brings his experience spanning across decades and industries into the classroom to develop highly sought-after skills in Tufts students.
For Chris Rafferty, MSEM ’18, the MS in Engineering Management program showed him how he could use newfound knowledge on leadership to propel his journey forward.
Eric Campbell, MSEM ’16, accelerated his career through the MSEM program, becoming well-prepared to play a key role in COVID-19 test production and gaining success in the medical devices industry.
Ahead of the fall semester, incoming On-Campus MSEM students connected with each other and met with leadership.
Heather Gaylord, MSEM ’13, built a wealth of technical skills through “putting in work,” but the combined effect of emotional intelligence, leadership and other skills developed in the MSEM program would help her become an invaluable business leader.
As the Head of Strategy and Business Development at Elroy Air, Kofi Asante, A17, has built upon his Tufts entrepreneurial background to reimagine logistics in reaching remote locations and to advocate for greater diversity in tech leadership.