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  • A student studying in the MSEM online porgram
    As new modes of work emerge, learning leadership skills through traditional models is no longer enough for working professionals.
  • Jason Jammallo wears one of the face shields that he 3D printed
    When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Jason Jammallo, MSEM 12, sprang into action and began 3D printing PPE.
  • campus entrance
    Faculty are planning new classes and revamping coursework to take advantage of virtual learning and give students a first-class academic experience.
  • Jonas Pirkl, Jean Pham, Fiona Wang, Srushti Acharekar, and Nathaniel Niemiec
    Cellens, an MSIM program innovation sprint turned startup, is breaking boundaries in healthcare sectors while developing a cell surface scanning technology platform.
  • Christina Holman, Lee Ann Song, Ashton Stephens, Earn Khunpinit, and Sai Wang
    Gordon Institute students’ startup FoodEase hopes to help communities struck by natural disasters.
  • Emai Lai, Human Factors student
    The School of Engineering congratulates grand prize winner Emai Lai, E21, and the award recipients from the My Tufts Story Video Contest.
  • Chris Brady and Dylan Thorp, MSEM ’22
    MSEM students Chris Brady and Dylan Thorp are contributing to their employer's efforts to meet ventilator needs.
  • Jean Phuong Pham pitches her team’s idea
    Leaders of budding businesses share lessons learned when COVID-19 moved the Tufts $100k New Ventures Competition online.
  • Earn Khunpinit and avia by Union Alcohol
    While in COVID-19 travel-related quarantine, Earn Khunpinit, MSIM ’20, worked to ensure disadvantaged communities had access to affordable, high-quality sanitizing solutions.
  • MSIM students repairing N-95 masks
    Members of the MS in Innovation and Management community provide an inside look at the efforts to repair 6,000 N-95 masks for Tufts Medical Center.