With “Eye of the Tiger” blaring, their fists pumping and cheers erupting, a team of students jogs into the final round of the competition. No, this isn’t a basketball game, and we’re not at Patrick Gym. It’s a Saturday night at Votey Hall, and 70 students have gathered for a hackathon.
Any entrepreneur knows the importance of mastering the trade show. It's a chance to quickly explain your new product to customers and to suss out the competition and market trends. That's why Erik Monsen, associate professor of business, organized a trade show of sorts for his Entrepreneurship and Commercialization course. On ...
There has been an enormous increase in the amount of data available in virtually every field. With a background in Statistics or Mathematics, you have the opportunity to use your skills to make a difference in the world, and make a living at the same time.
Burlington’s Fletcher Free Library has been selected through a nationwide competitive process as one of 19 U.S. public libraries to host “Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean to Be Human?,” a traveling exhibition developed by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the American Library Association.