Bio to Business
Pictured, from left:
Olivia Glynn, Nurse Practitioner at Northeast Gynecological Associates
Ashlee LaFlam Welsh, Business Operations Manager at Beckman Coulter Genomics
Emily Buck, Associate Scientist, Amgen
Michael Burns, Senior Process Development Scientist, Amgen
Garry Cuneo, Imaging Service Core Technician, Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University
Laura Lemoine McNamee, Ph.D., Speaker, Research Associate, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences at the Center for Integration of Science and Industry, Bentley University
Kristen Sullivan ‘13 (second from right) was among the 68 business majors who were inducted into Sigma Iota Epsilon Business Honor Society recently. A 4.0 Deans List student, Kristen will graduate in May with a degree in business management and a minor in writing. She currently works part-time at the State House as a Press Intern in the Governor’s Office.
October 17, 2013 | by Edgar M. Bronfman
Because of my experience as former CEO of the Seagram Corporation, young business students and aspiring entrepreneurs often seek my advice on the best way to navigate the complex and daunting world of business. As college students begin to think about selecting their majors, they may be influenced by the many reports coming out this time of year that tell them which majors provide the highest post-college earning potential. Last month, PayScale released its 2013-2014 report, lauding math, science and business courses as the most profitable college majors.