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Steve Cramer UNCG Geography professor and Colman Fellow Keith Debbage speaking on geographies of entrepreneurial ecosystems in D.C. Georgann Jouflas from Colorado Mesa is here too.
14 Oct 2016 - 10:35
Lyle Salmi As part of the Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Education annual conference today and tomorrow at Millikin University, Carriage House Press will provide attendees with an overview of CHP and a fun hands- on trace monotype activity!
14 Oct 2016 - 11:00
Steve Cramer Keith Debbage and I are attending this conference at the World Bank and GWU (Keith is presenting tomorrow). The head of the US SBA entered the country as a 5 year old member of a Mexican migrant family and later established 3 companies before becoming a member of the president's cabinet. Interesting stories of a global focus on entrepreneurship and SME support.
13 Oct 2016 - 09:40
Madeline McCullough Thanks to Coleman Fellows at Wichita State University, and our Coleman Entrepreneur in Residence, Blake Baysinger, four students from the Elliott School of Communication at WSU got to attend this week's Accelerate the Heartland Venture Pitches. "So that's how you pitch your entrepreneurial ideas." Faith, Bailee, Jett and Kristy, glad you made it to the conference.
Seniors at Wichita State University and communication majors enrolled in Ad Astra, Faith Atteberry and Bailee Peterson, attended the Venture Pitch sessions of Accelerate the Heartland. After listening to six entrepreneurs pitch to strategic partners, Bailee took a virtual-reality walk through Builders Plus Construction design plan with Nic Wentling of Immersion Studios. #ShockerLife
07 Oct 2016 - 16:49
Julienne Wheat Shields Tonight's Alum show @ Blue Connection. One of the Alums is an arts entrepreneurship program graduate - Brady Rhoades.
07 Oct 2016 - 16:27