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Babson College Again Featured in Princeton Review's "Colleges That Create Futures" Book

Babson College, ranked No. 1 for entrepreneurship, is one of the nation's best institutions at offering its undergrads both outstanding academics and outstanding experiential learning opportunities according to The Princeton Review® and the second edition of its book, "Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom."

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Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Nobel Laureate and First Female President of an African Nation, to Deliver Commencement Address at Babson College

Babson College announces that Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will deliver the Commencement address to undergraduate students and graduate students during ceremonies on the Wellesley campus on Saturday, May 20, 2017.

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Women Make Gains as Largest Massachusetts Nonprofit Leaders: Babson Professors Greenberg and Murphy Research Gender and Racial Diversity on Local Boards

The number of women chief executives at the largest 150 Massachusetts nonprofits grew in recent years, accounting for 26 percent of those jobs, up three percent from two years ago. These findings were recently released in the report, Modest Gains, Robust Benefits, as part of the third biennial Census of Women Directors and Chief Executives of Massachusetts’ Largest Nonprofit Organizations—issued by The Boston Club in collaboration with local researchers, including Babson College Professors Danna Greenberg and Wendy Murphy.

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Social Networking for the Proteome, Upgraded

At a glance: BioPlex network identifies protein interaction partners for more than 5,800 protein-coding genes, representing more than a quarter of the human genome. The network maps over 56,000 unique protein-to-protein interactions among nearly 11,000 proteins, significantly expanding coverage of the human interactome. 87 percent of identified interactions were previously undescribed. BioPlex serves as “social network,” providing functional insights into protein communities involving many areas of biology, from development to disease.

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The University of Oklahoma Michael F. Price College of Business to Host 37th Annual Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference

Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), widely considered the premier conference for entrepreneurial research, was established in 1981 to provide a dynamic venue where academics and real-world practitioners link theory and practice, and to encourage and increase quality research in entrepreneurship

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Study Links Physician Age to Patient Mortality Risk

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At a glance: Hospitalized patients have a slightly higher risk of dying when treated by older hospitalists—internal medicine specialists who oversee the care of acutely ill hospitalized patients. Physician age made no difference in patient mortality rates for doctors who treated large numbers of patients. The results suggest the critical importance of continuing medical education throughout the span of a physician’s professional career. Age played no role in patient readmission rates but older physicians were slightly more likely to incur greater treatment costs.

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Babson Entrepreneurs Chosen for 2017 Summer Venture Accelerator

Babson, ranked No. 1 for entrepreneurship, has announced the 14 teams that will be participating in the ninth Summer Venture Program (SVP) through the Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship. This year the program will be held entirely in the new Babson Boston campus at 100 High Street.

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Olin College Holds Twelfth Commencement

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Olin College of Engineering held its twelfth Commencement Exercises May 14 on its Needham campus.

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Harvard Report Compares NFL’s Health Policies and Practices to Those of Other Professional Sports Leagues

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While the NFL’s player health policies and practices are robust in some areas, there are opportunities for improvement in others, according to the findings of a newly released report by researchers at The Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School.







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