Stories

  • Cornell Engineering World Health Symposium Showcases Intersection of Engineering and Entrepreneurship Sarah BarryThe Cornell Engineering World Health Symposium engages the community with project team investigations using entrepreneurship and engineering design thinking strategies to help address critical health issues. Their innovations have manifested in large steps towards sustainable and low cost solutions with the potential to be implemented in the real world.
  • eLab Demo Day Kristi ChanOn April 27, 11 of the 15 eLab teams gathered at the Statler Auditorium at Cornell for the event that cemented their hard work over the past year: eLab Demo Day. Demo Day isn’t any ordinary pitch—all the teams have done pitches of their startups countless times. At Demo Day, the teams pitch what problem ...
  • Tiffany Anne St. Bernard Builds Mentorship Communities Julia AllenIt is difficult to find a student entrepreneur with such varied experience as Tiffany Anne St. Bernard. In addition to mentoring several startups, Tiffany serves as a Blackstone Launchpad Senior Fellow and as a Fund Manager at Big Red Ventures. As a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering, Tiffany’s initiatives both build on her technical experiences ...
  • Big Idea Competition Finals Concludes Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration Fred KauberOn Friday, April 28, Cornell students and alumni packed into eHub in Collegetown for the Big Idea Competition Finals. Capping off the two-day Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration, the Big Idea Competition gave Cornell students the chance to pitch ambitious business ideas to the community to compete for over $9,000 in prizes and a spot in ...
  • Half-Baked: Third Batch Focuses on the Cornell Experience Julia AllenLast Friday night, about fifty Cornell students gathered in Durland Alternatives Library sitting on yoga maps and couches to hear the ‘raw’ ideas of their peers. Half-Baked is a semesterly event organized by Eco and Medium Design Collective, and it is designed to allow presenters to share their ideas in a comfortable and inquisitive environment.
  • AEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures Archana ChoudharyAEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures explores the application of strategy on high growth startups. Taught by Professor Michael Roach in Spring every year, the class has become a student favorite for students across all disciplines. Currently you can attend AEM 4390 on Tue/Thursday between 11:40 and 2:40 to take a glimpse of what ...
  • The Social Enterprise Paving the Way in Education Annie Blumenfeld  What started off as a club composed of five friends at Cornell has now reached thousands of students across New York City, preparing them for success inside and outside of the classroom. Karim Abouelnaga (Hotel School ’13) successfully leveraged his social enterprise, Practice Makes Perfect (PMP), to help alleviate an issue facing low-income public school ...
  • OrthoFit: Ergonomic Solutions Kristi ChanDo you ever find your wrist very sore or in pain because you’ve been in a certain position for too long? There’s no doubt that students at Cornell can get wrapped up in the cycle of work and stress, and with that comes poor habits when it comes down to crunch time. Still, repetitive motion ...
  • Crunching Down on a Simpler, Sweet, and Savory Granola with Kim (’19) Catherine WeiJamie Kim ‘19 has been baking since high school, but it tastes like she’s been doing it for several lives. At least, that’s what hordes of students, Manndibles cafe, successful chefs, and her friends and family might tell you. In high school, Kim baked granola as gifts, experimenting with different spices and herbs unique ...
  • The Shift to Renewable Energy – InvestMend and Sam Kramer (’18) Fred KauberIf you were to think of an entrepreneur’s qualities as tools in a builder’s toolbox, flexibility would likely be the level; just as a good builder needs a level to adjust measurements and designs, every serious entrepreneur needs flexibility to adapt his or her business. Cornell Environmental and Sustainability Studies student Sam Kramer (’18) recognizes ...
  • New Startup, Old Industry: The Creation of The Ithaca Voice Val MackIn Ithaca, most of us consume our news online, a trend that has been rapidly increasing over the past 15 years. This trend came to the forefront of conversation in 2016 due to the perpetuation of fake news that has pervaded social media spaces like Facebook. Despite the online news controversy, The Ithaca Voice has ...
  • Kaitlyn Wright (‘14) Launches La Vie en Raw Julia AllenImagine if you ate breakfast cereal your entire life. According to Kaitlyn Wright (Cornell Law School, ‘14), feeding your dog just commercial kibble is very similar. Wright is the founder of La Vie en Raw, a business that sells organic, grass-fed raw dog food in Colorado. She started the business just four months ago and ...
  • Affecting Global Change via Impact Entrepreneurship Sarah BarryDo you have an idea that could help make the world a better place? Impact entrepreneurs Selina Ang, Jillian Gedeon and Lisa Ann Pinkerton draw upon their experiences to discuss how making a difference fuels start-up ventures in a unique way at the Cornell Business Impact Symposium.
  • Dorm Room Fund Grows at Cornell Fred KauberHave you ever felt like the world of startup investment is unreachable outside your weekly episode of Shark Tank? Mike Annunziata, a student at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, hopes to change that. Annunziata is Cornell’s new partner for Dorm Room Fund: a student venture fund backed by First Round Capital. Click below for ...
  • The Hidden Power of Female Entrepreneurship, With Lisa Ann Pinkerton Julia AllenHave you ever struggled to work in a team where your gender was not well represented? According to Lisa Ann Pinkerton, President of Technica Communications and Founder of Women in Cleantech & Sustainability, this largely has to do with differences between male and female leadership styles.

Student Stories

  • Tiffany Anne St. Bernard Builds Mentorship Communities Julia AllenIt is difficult to find a student entrepreneur with such varied experience as Tiffany Anne St. Bernard. In addition to mentoring several startups, Tiffany serves as a Blackstone Launchpad Senior Fellow and as a Fund Manager at Big Red Ventures. As a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering, Tiffany’s initiatives both build on her technical experiences ...
  • Crunching Down on a Simpler, Sweet, and Savory Granola with Kim (’19) Catherine WeiJamie Kim ‘19 has been baking since high school, but it tastes like she’s been doing it for several lives. At least, that’s what hordes of students, Manndibles cafe, successful chefs, and her friends and family might tell you. In high school, Kim baked granola as gifts, experimenting with different spices and herbs unique ...
  • The Shift to Renewable Energy – InvestMend and Sam Kramer (’18) Fred KauberIf you were to think of an entrepreneur’s qualities as tools in a builder’s toolbox, flexibility would likely be the level; just as a good builder needs a level to adjust measurements and designs, every serious entrepreneur needs flexibility to adapt his or her business. Cornell Environmental and Sustainability Studies student Sam Kramer (’18) recognizes ...
  • Dorm Room Fund Grows at Cornell Fred KauberHave you ever felt like the world of startup investment is unreachable outside your weekly episode of Shark Tank? Mike Annunziata, a student at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, hopes to change that. Annunziata is Cornell’s new partner for Dorm Room Fund: a student venture fund backed by First Round Capital. Click below for ...
  • Annie Blumenfeld (‘20) Uses Business to Advocate for Animals Julia AllenAnnie Blumenfeld’s thoughts on dogs have varied across her lifetime; although she used to fear dogs, she now owns a business for them. Several years after being attacked by her childhood dog Duncan in elementary school, she started Wags 4 Hope, a nonprofit with a mission of promoting the wellness of pets across the world.
  • Exploring Venture Capital with CVC Fred KauberThe Cornell Venture Capital club offers undergraduates at Cornell an opportunity to work with industry-leading VC firms and their portfolio companies. Find out how CVC does it below:
  • Investing in the Future: My Experiences with Venture Capital Archana ChoudharyArchana Choudhary, one of the writers for E@D, reflects on what got her passionate about entrepreneurship and venture capital.
  • Elizabeth Li ’19 Launches Her Campus Cornell Catherine WeiWithin one semester of launching her online publication, Her Campus Cornell, Elizabeth Li ‘19 has watched the club thrive. She explained that Her Campus Cornell involves a collaboration of writing, marketing, and event planning teams focused on featuring relatable and trendy media content for its readers. The Cornell chapter is a subset of the international ...
  • The Foundry Builds the Future Julia AllenLocated on the East Side of Buffalo, NY, The Foundry is a startup that is a community space and business incubator with a trade-based focus. Through its mentor program, metal shop, woodshop, and fiber arts studio, The Foundry helps people start product-based businesses.
  • Juliana Bain (’20) Investigates Entrepreneurial Journeys through Film Sarah BarryEntrepreneurs flock towards opportunities for to make their dreams a reality. What does it take to make the cut? Juliana Bain (’20) is currently investigating this critical aspect of an entrepreneur’s journey through her documentary Startup Challengers. She sat down with E@D to discuss her project.
  • Justin Selig (‘17) Inspires Cornell’s Creative Spirit Julia AllenWhen Justin Selig was in second grade, he folded his first origami figurine. The power of creation inspired him, and he began attending weekly origami lessons at the Museum of Natural History. Years later, Selig’s spirit of making is still alive – so much so that he founded Cornell Make, an organization devoted to furthering ...
  • Park (‘18) Builds Inclusive Business Organization Catherine WeiLast semester, Leslie Park ‘18 decided to start something new: a club. After becoming familiar with the current professional organizations on campus, Park realized “that there was a need for a business organization that was more welcoming and offered more flexibility.” With strong determination and passion, Park launched Cornell’s very own Phi Beta Lambda chapter.
  • Chad Fong (’19) Provides Entrepreneurial Students with an Alternative Living Space Sarah BarryChad Fong (Cornell Class of 2019) creates an accelerator/incubator living space for entrepreneurs through his startup IvyStart. Read on to learn about his journey and the unique community he intends to create in the Fall of 2017.
  • Cornell Creates: An Entrepreneurship Panel Julia AllenOn Thursday, December 1, Entrepreneurship@Dyson will host its bi-annual entrepreneurship panel to showcase the voices of student entrepreneurs here at Cornell. The event will take place at 5pm in Warren Hall 175.
  • Aditya Agashe (’17) Redesigns Startup Technology Kristi ChanIn an era where technology is deemed one of the most important channels in which businesses reach and connect to their customers, building the right website and mobile applications is key. Aditya (Adi) Agashe, a senior in the College of Engineering majoring in computer science with a business minor, helps Cornell-affiliated entrepreneurs, startups, and alumni ...
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Alumni Stories

  • The Social Enterprise Paving the Way in Education Annie Blumenfeld  What started off as a club composed of five friends at Cornell has now reached thousands of students across New York City, preparing them for success inside and outside of the classroom. Karim Abouelnaga (Hotel School ’13) successfully leveraged his social enterprise, Practice Makes Perfect (PMP), to help alleviate an issue facing low-income public school ...
  • Kaitlyn Wright (‘14) Launches La Vie en Raw Julia AllenImagine if you ate breakfast cereal your entire life. According to Kaitlyn Wright (Cornell Law School, ‘14), feeding your dog just commercial kibble is very similar. Wright is the founder of La Vie en Raw, a business that sells organic, grass-fed raw dog food in Colorado. She started the business just four months ago and ...
  • Finding International Volunteering Opportunities and Creating a Travel Lifestyle Clothing Brand with Cedric Hodgeman ‘04 Archana Choudhary2 Cornellians started a non-profit that can help people volunteer across the globe! Read more to find out
  • SnappyScreen CTO Alex Woloshin (’14) Provides Insights Sarah BarryAlex Woloshin weighs in on his experience working for a startup company immediately following his graduation from Cornell in 2014. He provides students interested in entrepreneurship with advice and words of encouragement to pursue their passions.
  • Specdrums Brings a New Beat to the Music World Julia AllenDo you ever wish you could play the drums but don’t have space to store them or time for lessons? Spectrums is revolutionizing the way you think about playing music. The eLab graduate company has developed a ring that detects the color of objects it touches. The ring sends a signal to your mobile device and plays ...
  • Friends Reunited: Jordan Ross and PetsEmpower.org Julia AllenMany college students miss their pets as much as their families during their time away from home. For alumnus Jordan Ross (Economics ‘05), this bond became especially important as he recovered from domestic violence (DV). Unfortunately, this relationship was threatened when he discovered many recovery shelters would not accept his furry companion.
  • Creating Community with Brian Endo (’15) and Chris Davis (’15) Fred KauberFor most college students, the question of “What am I going to do after graduation?” can appear rather frightening. Outside of the safety bubble of college lie fears surrounding adjusting to a new place, self-sufficiency, and choosing the right career. For Cornell graduates Brian Endo and Chris Davis, this is the same sense of fear that ...
  • AJ Okereke (’14): Choosing the Entrepreneurial Path Rosie O'Regan“What are you going to do after you graduate?” Any college senior will tell you that they get this question at least once a day. Professors, parents, and other well-meaning adults are eager to give their two cents on grad school, large vs. small companies, and the key to success. In search of a new ...
  • Leveling Up with Nintendo’s President Julia Allen On September 24, the back dining room of Taverna Banfi filled with eleven students anxiously fiddling with place settings and comparing questions. They were waiting for Reggie Fils-Aime, the President of Nintendo North America. Many dreamed of meeting Fils-Aime for many years, and his leadership inspired them to add a business minor onto their mostly ...
  • Zoe Wong ’13, Co-founder of Revive Foods, Gives Produce a Second Chance Aileen Chang Below are comments from Zoe Wong ’13, Co-Founder of Revive Foods: Can you speak a little about your business and why you started it? How does Revive Foods fulfill its mission?  I’ve been passionate about social entrepreneurship since I was first introduced to it during my freshmen year at Cornell. I always knew I wanted to start ...
  • CUSummit Q&A: From Acorn to Cancer Diagnostics, Meet Student Entrepreneur Gabriel Otte ’11! Aileen ChangWhen I first met Gabriel at the Entrepreneurship Summit, I was first taken aback at how much experience he had, especially as a student. Gabe covered a range of interesting topics and offered a number of valuable advice that it became increasingly hard to leave the conversation! He was so open and candid about his experience that I felt ...
  • CUSummit Q&A: Pointers from Dana Price, MBA ’11 Aileen ChangAt this year’s Entrepreneurship Summit, I had the pleasure of sitting next to Dana Price. From the outset, I could tell this was going to be an interesting conversation. We immediately compared and contrasted this year’s event to that of previous years and exchanged our thoughts on what made year’s event different from the others. Even though I didn’t ...
  • CUSummit Q&A: A Taste of Savert and Kristina Francillon, ILR ’11 Aileen ChangKristina Francillon was one of the few social entrepreneurs I met during this year’s Entrepreneurship Summit. Although I was nervous approaching someone whom I had never spoken to before, Kristina immediately put me at ease. Just a few moments into our conversation, I knew I was going to leave the event happy that I had the chance to speak with her. ...
  • Thank you, E@D Connect Mentors! Aileen ChangAs we wrap up our pilot mentorship program, E@D Connect, we would like to thank our mentors for taking the time to provide insight in their areas of expertise—which includes but is not limited to operational realities of a new company, the business planning process, and entrepreneurial leadership. Mentors like those from E@D Connect are ...
  • Just Save One – Kennedy Ogoye ’12 Aileen Chang The following is an interview with Kennedy Ogoye ’12, CEO of Just Save One: What is the mission of Just Save One? In 2011, I founded “Just Save One” (JSO), a non-profit organization committed to developing sustainable solutions to the water crisis that has drowned many under privileged communities. Our goal for 2014 is to provide 20 schools in Kenya ...

  • Cornell Engineering World Health Symposium Showcases Intersection of Engineering and Entrepreneurship Sarah BarryThe Cornell Engineering World Health Symposium engages the community with project team investigations using entrepreneurship and engineering design thinking strategies to help address critical health issues. Their innovations have manifested in large steps towards sustainable and low cost solutions with the potential to be implemented in the real world.
  • eLab Demo Day Kristi ChanOn April 27, 11 of the 15 eLab teams gathered at the Statler Auditorium at Cornell for the event that cemented their hard work over the past year: eLab Demo Day. Demo Day isn’t any ordinary pitch—all the teams have done pitches of their startups countless times. At Demo Day, the teams pitch what problem ...
  • Tiffany Anne St. Bernard Builds Mentorship Communities Julia AllenIt is difficult to find a student entrepreneur with such varied experience as Tiffany Anne St. Bernard. In addition to mentoring several startups, Tiffany serves as a Blackstone Launchpad Senior Fellow and as a Fund Manager at Big Red Ventures. As a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering, Tiffany’s initiatives both build on her technical experiences ...
  • Big Idea Competition Finals Concludes Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration Fred KauberOn Friday, April 28, Cornell students and alumni packed into eHub in Collegetown for the Big Idea Competition Finals. Capping off the two-day Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration, the Big Idea Competition gave Cornell students the chance to pitch ambitious business ideas to the community to compete for over $9,000 in prizes and a spot in ...
  • Half-Baked: Third Batch Focuses on the Cornell Experience Julia AllenLast Friday night, about fifty Cornell students gathered in Durland Alternatives Library sitting on yoga maps and couches to hear the ‘raw’ ideas of their peers. Half-Baked is a semesterly event organized by Eco and Medium Design Collective, and it is designed to allow presenters to share their ideas in a comfortable and inquisitive environment.
  • AEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures Archana ChoudharyAEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures explores the application of strategy on high growth startups. Taught by Professor Michael Roach in Spring every year, the class has become a student favorite for students across all disciplines. Currently you can attend AEM 4390 on Tue/Thursday between 11:40 and 2:40 to take a glimpse of what ...
  • The Social Enterprise Paving the Way in Education Annie Blumenfeld  What started off as a club composed of five friends at Cornell has now reached thousands of students across New York City, preparing them for success inside and outside of the classroom. Karim Abouelnaga (Hotel School ’13) successfully leveraged his social enterprise, Practice Makes Perfect (PMP), to help alleviate an issue facing low-income public school ...
  • OrthoFit: Ergonomic Solutions Kristi ChanDo you ever find your wrist very sore or in pain because you’ve been in a certain position for too long? There’s no doubt that students at Cornell can get wrapped up in the cycle of work and stress, and with that comes poor habits when it comes down to crunch time. Still, repetitive motion ...
  • Crunching Down on a Simpler, Sweet, and Savory Granola with Kim (’19) Catherine WeiJamie Kim ‘19 has been baking since high school, but it tastes like she’s been doing it for several lives. At least, that’s what hordes of students, Manndibles cafe, successful chefs, and her friends and family might tell you. In high school, Kim baked granola as gifts, experimenting with different spices and herbs unique ...
  • The Shift to Renewable Energy – InvestMend and Sam Kramer (’18) Fred KauberIf you were to think of an entrepreneur’s qualities as tools in a builder’s toolbox, flexibility would likely be the level; just as a good builder needs a level to adjust measurements and designs, every serious entrepreneur needs flexibility to adapt his or her business. Cornell Environmental and Sustainability Studies student Sam Kramer (’18) recognizes ...
  • New Startup, Old Industry: The Creation of The Ithaca Voice Val MackIn Ithaca, most of us consume our news online, a trend that has been rapidly increasing over the past 15 years. This trend came to the forefront of conversation in 2016 due to the perpetuation of fake news that has pervaded social media spaces like Facebook. Despite the online news controversy, The Ithaca Voice has ...
  • Kaitlyn Wright (‘14) Launches La Vie en Raw Julia AllenImagine if you ate breakfast cereal your entire life. According to Kaitlyn Wright (Cornell Law School, ‘14), feeding your dog just commercial kibble is very similar. Wright is the founder of La Vie en Raw, a business that sells organic, grass-fed raw dog food in Colorado. She started the business just four months ago and ...
  • Affecting Global Change via Impact Entrepreneurship Sarah BarryDo you have an idea that could help make the world a better place? Impact entrepreneurs Selina Ang, Jillian Gedeon and Lisa Ann Pinkerton draw upon their experiences to discuss how making a difference fuels start-up ventures in a unique way at the Cornell Business Impact Symposium.
  • Dorm Room Fund Grows at Cornell Fred KauberHave you ever felt like the world of startup investment is unreachable outside your weekly episode of Shark Tank? Mike Annunziata, a student at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, hopes to change that. Annunziata is Cornell’s new partner for Dorm Room Fund: a student venture fund backed by First Round Capital. Click below for ...
  • The Hidden Power of Female Entrepreneurship, With Lisa Ann Pinkerton Julia AllenHave you ever struggled to work in a team where your gender was not well represented? According to Lisa Ann Pinkerton, President of Technica Communications and Founder of Women in Cleantech & Sustainability, this largely has to do with differences between male and female leadership styles.

Course Spotlight

  • AEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures Archana ChoudharyAEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures explores the application of strategy on high growth startups. Taught by Professor Michael Roach in Spring every year, the class has become a student favorite for students across all disciplines. Currently you can attend AEM 4390 on Tue/Thursday between 11:40 and 2:40 to take a glimpse of what ...
  • eCornell WebSeries: Making Entrepreneurship Accessible Sarah BarryThe eCornell Webseries enables the full time student to gain critical knowledge about entrepreneurship. Read on for an exclusive WebSeries promotion for E@D readers and to learn from Chris Wofford about how you could gain insights on this topic from the comfort of your room.
  • AEM 4940: Social Entrepreneurship Practicum Anabel’s Grocery Julia Allen“This class is a lot different than armchair learning” is the way Professor Wessels explains her new course. She is the Executive Director of the Center for Transformative Action and is launching a new course, AEM 4940, where students learn social entrepreneurship by working with Anabel’s Grocery throughout the course.
  • AEM 3382: Social Enterprise Development Julia AllenWhat were you doing over winter break? While everyone’s answer varies, fifteen students had the opportunity to help small business leaders in a developing nation. This January, Deborah Streeter launched the first semester of AEM 3382: Social Enterprise Development. Students visited El Rodeito, Honduras for one week over break, met with small businesses, and are ...
  • NBA 5820 – Leadership in Family Enterprise: In Practice and Theory Julia AllenDoes your family own a business? Are you interested in starting a business? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions or are looking for an interesting way to spend Wednesday evenings, join NBA 5820: Leadership in Family Enterprise: In Practice and Theory. It is a new, one-credit course open to undergraduate and graduate ...
  • NEW! Entrepreneurship Concentration within Hotel School Rosie O'ReganThe Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship just launched an Entrepreneurship Concentration for undergraduate students in the Hotel School. Entrepreneurship is the fourth concentration (along with Human Resources, Law, and Managerial Leadership) within the HOLD, or Hospitality Leadership, area. The concentration requires 12 credits minimum, including: Required Courses (8 credits) HADM 3135/6135: Conversations with Entrepreneurs HADM 4130/6130: Entrepreneurial ...
  • HADM 4211 – Entrepreneurial Finance – Fleming Aileen ChangCourse Description: The aim of this course is to sharpen your skills in all of the activities associated with entrepreneurial finance, including identifying attractive business opportunities; estimating the resources necessary to undertake these opportunities; securing such financial and human resources on favorable terms; and prudently managing them in pursuit of the opportunity. Spring. 3 credits. Letter grades ...
  • AEM 4480 – Executing Firm Strategy – Poczter & Schryver Aileen ChangCourse Description: Designed as a hands-on experience to prepare students for executive-level strategy execution, this class is a culmination of the completion of four years of Dyson courses in managerial economics, finance, accounting, marketing, and macroeconomics, in which students will use real-time strategic decision-making from each topic area to influence the success of virtual companies. Implemented ...
  • AEM 3220 – Digital Business Strategy – Leiponen Aileen ChangCourse Description Explores the impact of new technologies on business processes and industries. Focuses particularly on the effects of information and communication technologies (ICT). The objective is to understand the nature of information as an economic good, business opportunities and challenges created by ICT, and organizational constraints involved in exploiting these opportunities. Fall. 3 credits. Letter grades ...
  • Gain Hands-on Experience in the Green Business Lab ENGRG 3030 Jennifer Park   Last March, Cornell introduced the Green Business Lab in order to promote communication, leadership skills and business ethics among Cornell students. Deborah Mann, on-site facilitator for the Green Business Simulation Lab, said that the lab provided students with hands-on business experience “in real time, under real stressful conditions.” This year, the Green Business Lab allowed ...
  • New Entrepreneurship Course! NBA 5380 – The Business Idea Factory – Treat Rosie O'ReganKnow that you have a passion for entrepreneurship but are just missing that one big idea? Or do you have so many ideas that you can’t seem to choose just one? NBA 5380 – The Business Idea Factory might just be the class for you! This Fall of 2014, Professor Brad Treat will be introducing ...
  • New MPS Program Concentration in Applied Behavioral Economics and Individual Choice! Jamie Kalousdian New! Master of Professional Studies in Agriculture and Life Sciences with concentration in Applied Behavioral Economics and Individual Choice Are you or any of your friends interested in pursuing graduate studies upon graduation? Do you or your friends want to change the way the world thinks about food marketing, public policy, consulting, or consumer research? If so, the ...
  • AEM 3440 – Consumer Behavior – Wansink Aileen Chang1.  Why is the course valuable to entrepreneurial students? Students in AEM 3440 learn how to specifically target consumers, a skill that is essential to building a successful business.  The psychology behind consumer decisions is uncovered and discussed.  Through a variety of class projects, students get several opportunities to actively work through a marketing problem they ...
  • HADM 4130 – Entrepreneurial Management – Flemming Trevor BurnsThe class can be valuable to both entrepreneurial students AND students that are interested in being effective and innovative managers within more established companies.
  • BEE 4890 – Entrepreneurial Management for Engineers – Timmons Rosie O'Regan Why is the course valuable to entrepreneurial students? In BEE 4890 Professor Timmons draws from his own personal, real-world experience of having started multiple companies. He focusses on the engineering student but this class would be valuable for all, especially students from other disciplines who want to work in diverse teams with engineers.    What kind of students ...