Babson Center for Global Commerce

A Wm. Polk Carey Pre-Business Program

Thinking about a business career after your undergraduate education?

At Sewanee: The University of the South, we mean business, and we prove it with our unique approach to undergraduate business education and career development. We offer an excellent liberal arts education and a business minor.

The Babson Center for Global Commerce adds more value with an honors program, summer scholarships to leading business schools, support for business and social entrepreneurship internships, personal advice from business leaders, and a global network of supportive alumni.

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Ning Tang, C '99.

China’s Microfinance Pioneer, Ning Tang (C’99), Is Next Entrepreneur In Residence

Sewanee students and community members will have a chance to meet Ning Tang, a leading Chinese entrepreneur and a pioneer in bringing access to business lending to microenterprises, farmers, and small businesses in China next week, when Tang comes to Sewanee as the Humphreys Entrepreneur in Residence for 2014.

Henry H. (Tip) Graham, Jr.

Henry H. (Tip) Graham, Jr.

Co-chair, Scott-McRae Group

Tip Graham and his wife Diane endowed the Babson Center's Executives In Residence program to demonstrate their commitment to encouraging ethical business leadership.