Entrepreneur and Emerging Enterprises 2015-2016 at a Glance

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Consistently ranked as one of the top entrepreneurship programs in the nation, Syracuse University‘s Whitman School Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) department helps students discover their innate entrepreneurial potential, giving them a set of tools and perspective to capitalize on that potential and help launch their career.

Syracuse University is one of the few schools in the nation with a formal academic department devoted to entrepreneurship, and the major components are housed right here at Whitman. In collaboration with the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, Whitman’s EEE department combines a highly unique set of entrepreneurship courses with a number of extracurricular activities and experiential opportunities to give you the total entrepreneurship experience. Here is EEE’s 2015-2016 academic year at a glance.

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Alexander McKelvie

Alexander McKelvie

Alex McKelvie is the Department Chair and an associate professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. Alex’s research has received a number of major international awards, including best doctoral dissertation in Entrepreneurship from the National Federation of Independent Businesses and multiple awards at the leading Entrepreneurship conferences. Alex has published his work in many of the most important entrepreneurship journals and is on the editorial boards of multiple journals. His research has also been profiled in Forbes,BloombergBusinessWeek, Inc. magazine and more.
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