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Uncover inspiration—no matter your industry or job function. Babson entrepreneurs, student volunteers, and imaginative artists share their tips for using Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® in organizations of all types and sizes.

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    This post was written by undergraduate student, Mahd Sharif ’19… This past weekend, the Babson Muslim Student Association embarked on a trip to Princeton University for the third-annual Princeton InterMSA Summit! Our MSA attend the second-annual summit last year as well and ever since then we have been counting down the days. Last year around…

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    Glavin Global Fellows members, Max Petre, Carla Planz, Cedric Mfuranzima and Salome Mosehle, won 2nd place in a very competitive International Business Case Competition at the University of Missouri, St. Louis this week! The College of Business and the International Business Institute host this annual Case Competition where global challenges provide eager students with opportunities to…

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    It was 10:30 on Friday morning, April 7th when our team was handed a white envelope containing the case that we would dissect and solve in the twenty four hours that followed. Max Petre, Cedric Mfuranzima, Salome Mosehle, Jamie Kendrioski (our team advisor) and I had arrived in St. Louis, Missouri the sunny afternoon before…

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    The MBA Chile is an association, formed by Chilean MBA students, that holds an annual meeting in which Chilean MBA students around the US gather to talk about their experiences, discuss the challenges that Chile is facing, and how they can contribute to that mission. Entrepreneurs, CEOs, politicians and opinion leaders participate in this conference,…

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    Babson College is pleased to announce that undergraduate students Julianne Carlin ‘17 and Spencer Rivera ‘17 have received Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards for the 2017-2018 academic year from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. This is the first time in college history that two Babson students have…

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    Please see a summary of Glavin Global Fellows activities in the 2016-2017 academic year below.  We have been busy and have done a lot of wonderful things! We kicked off the first GGF Living Learning Community for first-year students.  Sixteen (16) students participated in the GGF LLC, had their First-Year Seminar together and lived in…

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    This blog post was written by Camila and Claudia Gonzalez, participants of the Spain Elective Abroad… Spending a few days in Madrid and Barcelona with a group of Babson students and well-prepared professors was the best experience for us. Throughout the program, we focused on viewing the cities as texts, allowing us to obtain a…

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    Professor Peter Cohan recently wrote an article for the Worcester Telegram about his Elective Abroad in Paris… About three years ago, I thought it would be fun to teach a course about Paris startups. But I was pretty sure there were none. After some research I found out I was wrong. And so was born…

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    This blog post is written by Jie-Ling, a participant of the 2017 Spain Elective Abroad… Full of culture, gorgeous architecture, mouth-wateringly delicious tapas, and lovely people, Spain is definitely all it says it is and more. An enriching and rewarding experience, this Elective Abroad provided me with a glimpse into the socio-economic structure of the…

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    The Glavin Office of Multicultural and International Education is proud to announce that ten Babson students have been chosen as recipients of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, awarded by the U.S. Department of State. Nationally, only 28 percent of applicants receive this prestigious award, however, two thirds of the Babson applicants were awarded the scholarship for…

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  • 09/26/17--06:31: Russian Architecture
  • This post was written by undergraduate student, Tali Kadoch, who is currently abroad while participating in the BRIC Program… The topic of this blog was easily chosen. Since the moment we arrived to St. Petersburg I’ve been fascinated with every single building in this city, there’s not a single modern or regular looking building here,…

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    This blog post was written by Amani Mehta and Debbie Cohen, two undergraduate students currently participating on the BRIC Program… So far, BRIC has been a complex and beautiful array of introductions, adventures, and teachings. It’s crazy to think that just over a month ago we were back at Babson excitedly anticipating our pre-departure. After…

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  • 10/23/17--06:05: From Abroad to My Internship
  • This blog post was written by Eva Chen Chen ’18, who studied abroad in Spain last Spring… Everyone who I’ve talked to that has gone abroad has told me stories of their life changing experience; they emphasize their personal growth, immersion in different cultures, and the formation of lifelong friendships. But what about after abroad?…

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    This blog post was written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor, Ziqian “Zoe” Feng… Friday 2pm, Nørreport, Copenhagen, DK. I just got out of school for the week. It was raining hard outside, but I needed to get to my B&B on the northern top tip of the North Zealand by the end of the day. By…

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    This blog post is written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor, Nadia Mendes ’17… I’ve been fortunate enough to study abroad in many places, but my favorite trip has to be traveling to Cape Town, South Africa. Not only was I really excited to further my studies of the impacts of the European Standard of Beauty…

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    The following post is from Ryo Shibasaki MBA’19, founder of Path to Success. Path to Success realizes that there is a world where people have equal opportunities to tackle with new challenges.  Their first product aims to help people learn English. During the university I qualified as a CPA, and then obtained a position at…

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  • 11/08/17--08:38: One Year Later…
  • This blog post was written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor, Shazeem Siddiqi ’18… It has been a little over a year since I studied abroad in Accra, Ghana and that experience is still making an impact on me today. It helped me become a better problem-solver and more confident individual. While being abroad, one lesson…

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  • 11/15/17--07:33: Eat, Braai, Love
  • This blog post was written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor, Danielle Cataldo ’17… “What did you just say?” was the first phrase that came to mind when a local friend approached me and asked if I was going to the braai later on that night. In that moment I went through numerous options as to…

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    International Education Week (IEW) is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange here at Babson College and worldwide. Babson has students representing 83 different countries and now offers over 100 different international opportunities between Education Abroad (semester/year-long) programs, Electives Abroad, International Consulting, Service Immersion Opportunities, etc. – these are just some…

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  • 11/29/17--12:22: Comfort in the Uncomfortable
  • This blog post was written by BRIC participants Cole Kraus and Leonard Henry… The Babson BRIC Program is centered around learning the cultural intricacies of Russia, China, and India and then connecting that to the business environment. Yet the out of classroom learning is what sets the BRIC Program apart. This study abroad experience forces…

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