Marking an end to their first semester, MSIM students shared the progress they made on their ventures.
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As we near an end to 2020, here are some of our top stories and milestones from this year.
Tufts Gordon Institute hosted its December Community Meet-Up for a night of networking, conversation and connection.
The Paul and Elizabeth Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement is awarded to three entrepreneurially forward-thinking students each year.
Four MS in Innovation and Management alumni discussed their experience in the program and offered words of wisdom to prospective students.
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.
Dan Catropa, MSEM ’11, is leveraging his background and studies in the MS in Engineering Management program to help create the Giant Magellan Telescope, a telescope 10 times more powerful than current standards.
From a potential treatment for Tay-Sachs disease to improvements in physical therapy, MSIM Innovation Sprints are tapping into a wide array of areas with significant impacts for people across the world.