Entrepreneurship (page 13)

Alejandro Amezcua

Professor Amezcua’s Research Featured in Industry and Consumer Media

Research by Alejandro Amezcua, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, on business incubators was published in the Academy of Management Journal. The paper, titled “Organizational sponsorship and founding environments: A contingency view on the survival of business-incubated firms, 1994–2007,” was co-authored with…

60 Minutes

Veterans Program Gives Former Soldiers Entrepreneurial Training and Support

J. Michael Haynie, executive director of the Institute for Veterans and Military Families and the Barnes professor of entrepreneurship at Whitman, is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. In his post-service role as a professor, it weighed on him…

Steve Pincus

Experiential Learning Yields Mutual Benefits for Students and Businesses

The objective of EEE420/621 “Corporate Entrepreneurship” is for students to understand the entrepreneurial behavior of corporations. Student teams are assigned to local companies and examine growth, organizational structure, culture, employee compensation, knowledge management and human resource issues. The teams are…

Funk 'N Waffles

Adam Gold ’07 and Kyle Corea ’07 Open Second Location of Funk ‘N Waffles Restaurant

Adam Gold ’07 and Kyle Corea ’07 started Funk ‘N Waffles in Whitman’s Couri Hatchery. It is a specialty café, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with an emphasis on natural, organic, locally-grown food. At night, Funk ‘n Waffles features…

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#WhitmanWatch Kanique Swinson

Name: Kanique Swinson Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina Grade: Junior Majors: Marketing Management and Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises GPA: 3.56 Clubs & Organizations: Syracuse University Student Philanthropy Council (student ambassador), Relay for Life (Entertainment committee co-chair), University-100, Resident Advisor LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaniqueswinson…