Alumni Leadership

Rockefeller Foundation President Wants You to Make Big Bets


Rajiv Shah, president of The Rockefeller Foundation and former administrator of USAID, believes in leveraging the passion of individuals to affect large-scale change in society.

Jan 23, 2024
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Action Learning Sustainability

Working toward a zero-waste-to-landfill goal


Takeda is a global biopharmaceutical corporation with an ambitious zero-waste-to-landfill goal. BioLife, a subsidiary of Takeda, sought to develop prioritized recycling strategies in support of Takeda’s sustainability pledge and goals. A team of three Sustainable Business Lab (S-Lab) students tackle...

Jan 22, 2024
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Alumni Health Care

Former Quest Diagnostics CEO on the Power of Small Changes


Steve Rusckowski, SM ’84, former chairperson, CEO, and president of Quest Diagnostics, believes small changes can have a major impact on company culture.

Jan 9, 2024
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Press Source: Medical Xpress

Food-as-Medicine study finds no improvements in type 2 diabetes patients

An intensive food-as-medicine program showed no improvement in glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes and food insecurity: MIT Sloan.

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Press Source: STAT

Does food as medicine help patients with diabetes? Here’s what a new cli...

"Randomized clinical trials are key tools for discerning what works best, for whom and why, information that we should all be hungry for."

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Alumni Entrepreneurship

From MIT delta v to Demo Day and Beyond


For the 23 student-led teams in the MIT delta v 2023 cohort, Demo Day marked the end of their journey through the three-month educational accelerator and their first steps out into the world.

Nov 14, 2023
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Press Source: MIT Sloan Management Review

How do nurses rate their employers?

"To understand the job challenges nurses face, health care leaders need to listen to nurses' own words about burnout."

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