When Michael Mancinelli arrived on campus in the fall of 2019 to begin his journey through the M.S./M.B.A. program, it almost felt like he was coming back home.
On Tuesday, March 23rd, the second annual John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)-Harvard Business School (HBS) Technology Showcase brought together two student groups from across the university; the latest cohorts of the MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences Program and the Undergraduate Technology Innovation Fellows Program.
From NASA to Boeing, and now the MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences Program, Toyin Shodiya is focused on being a well-rounded leader who empowers voices that are typically marginalized.
In May 2020, the MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program graduated its first cohort of students, growing the program’s alumni base from 0 to 28.
Robust Intelligence, co-founded by SEAS Professor Yaron Singer, MS/MBA student Alexander Rilee, and Harvard alum Kojin Oshiba, builds products that integrate seamlessly into the artificial intelligence development life cycle to ensure robustness and reliability. The startup recently raised $14M.
Perigee, a startup founded by Mollie Breen ’20, provides network security solutions for obsolete devices.
Adam Palay (Class of 2021) knows a thing or two about making professional pivots. After completing his AB and MS in English, and deciding to put a PhD on hold, he spent four months teaching himself how to code. As it turned out, edX hired Adam and he spent the next five years in various engineering roles.
SafeBase, recently co-founded by Stan Chang, Adar Arnon, and Al Yang, integrates cloud security applications to automatically monitor, maintain, and present a startup’s security programs for potential customers and the general public.
Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow Pelkins Ajanoh wants to use his Harvard training to create economic opportunity for others.
Macro, a startup co-founded by John Keck, MS/MBA ’20, and Ankith Harathi, MS/MBA ’20, has raised $4.3 million from investors.