Business Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Those who follow this community share a commitment to creativity and an “all hands on deck” mentality that comes with growing or contributing to new businesses and ideas. You’ll find plenty of founders, presidents, and CEOs of start-up organizations among Friedman alumni, as well as those who value workplace and school wellness, innovative food production, marketing, and distribution, sustainability, and DE&I. Friedman alum lead and serve in successful consulting firms, innovation hubs for food industry stakeholders, and consumer products businesses, such as personalized nutrition software platforms. Employers also include farm-to-institution programs, restaurants, sustainability offices within private companies, and more.

How to Make the Most of an Academic Conference

According to the author, this guide is about how to have an engaging, useful, and — dare we say it — fun conference experience. It’s aimed at helping you do two things: (1) Make the most of your time before, during, and …

By Benny Belvin, MS, CPCC
Benny Belvin, MS, CPCC Director of Career Services
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Nestlé Health Science and Tufts University create competition to support entrepreneurs focused on healthy aging, longevity

Nestlé Health Science and the Food & Nutrition Innovation Institute at Tufts University’s Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science have jointly launched a competition aimed at entrepreneurs and startups focused on the healthy aging and longevity …

By Hannah Symons
Hannah Symons Administrative Coordinator
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5 Questions with Laura Coleman, Director of Translational Medicine at NIBR

Dr. Laura Coleman is an experienced translational medicine expert who had a strong background in clinical research, nutrition science, clinical dietetic, and epidemiology. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Community Health and PhD in Human Nutrition Science from the Tufts …

By Hannah Symons
Hannah Symons Administrative Coordinator
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“What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses?” | Interview Q&A

As an interviewee, you’d probably be thrilled to never have to respond to the “What are your strengths and weaknesses” question ever again, but alas, it’s almost definitely here to stay. So rather than wing it when one of these …

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5 Questions with Lindsey Toth, Director of Global Marketing at Lonza

Lindsey Toth is an experienced strategic market leader. She is an expert in digital marketing, establishing new brands, and revitalizing heritage business. After receiving her B.S. dual degree in Nutritional Science & Dietetics from Michigan State University, Lindsey Toth got …

By Fangruo (Ingrid) Zhou
Fangruo (Ingrid) Zhou Student Ambassador
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