G-Lab Day: Learn about all 12 projects from the students themselves

by Anjali Sastry on January 31, 2010

In this year’s three sections of Global Entrepreneurship Laboratory, 188 MIT students–MBA, Sloan Fellow, and other graduate students–carried out intensive, critical projects at 47 entrepreneurial firms and health delivery organizations in 18 countries around the world.

Come join us!  Meet the students, see posters describing their projects, and talk to them about their extraordinary experiences and what they have learned from pairing the classroom and field. Alongside the teams in small- and medium-sized enterprises in Latin America and Asia-Pacific regions, discover what each of the dozen Global Health Delivery projects in Sub-Saharan Africa accomplished in Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, and Ghana. You’ll learn from the students about the context, challenges, and opportunities they explored in the classroom last fall and then saw first-hand last month.

Date: Monday, 8 February
Time: 11:30 am to 1 pm
Place: E51 Lobby, Ting Foyer directions

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