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When Do Scientists Commercialize Their Inventions? Insights From the Theory of Planned Behavior
What would you like to see in the future? Some common answers to this question might include a cure for cancer or other chronic diseases, or technologies that can help feed the world in ways that are Read More...
STEM Students and Faculty Can Gain Entrepreneurial Thinking and Skills
The University of Minnesota MIN-Corps is one of about 100 sites of the National Science Foundation National Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program, which began with great fanfare in 2011 (1) . The Read More...
Author: Carla Pavone
How Entrepreneurial Legends, Heroes and Meccas are Born
Entrepreneurship history is filled with events, places and people who are now legendary or even sacred. In the beginning of the 20th century, New York’s Lower East Side became a place where Jewish Read More...
James Wetherbe: How Consulting Connects Colleges to the Real World
James Wetherbe is the Richard Schulze Distinguished Professor at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Previously he served on the faculty and the University of Houston, Minnesota Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Learn to Defend Your Family Firm
While the world around them is changing at a faster and faster pace in the midst of uncertainty, family firms are often a beacon of stability and dependability in our society. Although subject to the Read More...
Small Acts of Entrepreneurship Transcend the Business Realm
The surge of enthusiasm for entrepreneurship bellows from the halls of government, the offices of corporations, the hashtags of social media, and the classrooms of academia. As a society, here in the Read More...
Category: Commentary
Design Thinking Makes Great Ideas Viable
Entrepreneurs often start their business with a "good" idea they have that has not been properly vetted by potential customers. As a result, entrepreneurs often invest a great deal of time, effort, Read More...
Author: Brian Janz
Team-Pitch-Quiz Learning Engages Students and Builds Understanding
Many of us remember that one infamous professor back in college whose boring lectures -- even on subjects that should have been interesting -- put everyone to sleep. The traditional old-fashioned Read More...
Author: Lars Oddsson
The Ideal Entrepreneurship Program for High Schoolers
“Sharks? Change the channel! I don’t do sharks,” my 12-year-old self told my older brother after I saw that he had put on some show known as Shark Tank. We ended up making a Read More...
My Entrepreneurship Journey: Ireland to the Middle East and America
I grew up in Ireland, and my family hails from Ballyhaunis in County Mayo. Dad was a small business owner, who used his trusty cab to provide service to our neighbors. Dad provided my first exposure Read More...

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