Monthly Archives: March 2013

Building Systems for Scientists at NIBR

How a Two-Year Gig turned into a Four-Year Journey, For All the Right Reasons Four years ago, Remy Evard and Brent Sanders came to visit Amy and me at our place in New Castle, NH.  It was snowing and I … Continue reading

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Liberal Arts and Sciences in the Age of Analytics

By W. Michael Donovan, MBA, CMA, Guest Blogger* Should colleges or universities of the liberal arts and science disappear through irrelevance? Are they obsolete? Worry exists among some Deans and Presidents. But yet, do these institutions have a new, ever more … Continue reading

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Hanging Out at Koa Lab

Wanted to give a quick update on my new base of operations in Harvard Square.  Our new office is up and running now and so full that I end up taking most of my meetings at Tory Row.   Our … Continue reading

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