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Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises

Annual Report 2019-20

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John Torrens headshot

The 2019-2020 academic year was an auspicious one for the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. We kicked off our centennial year in September remembering our history. The Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) program was established in 1994. Since that time, we have taught nearly 3,500 students in our courses each year. 

Our signature events continued this year, including the Orange Tank competition, which was held in New York City for the first time. We also continued the two Capstone events, one of which was held virtually for the first time ever, as COVID-19 prevented the usual in-person activity.

In this report, you will read more about our student and alumni successes both inside and outside of the classroom, how our outreach programs are making a difference in the community, and how our faculty are advancing scholarship nationally and globally. From publishing research papers to organizing conferences, they continue to lead the way in thought leadership with more joining our ranks each year.

Syracuse University remains steadfast in its commitment to entrepreneurship and the EEE program has made it its mission to ensure that students not only understand the full view of entrepreneurship, but also experience it. We cannot do all that we do without our supporters and friends who make it possible for us to deliver innovative programs that help our students become successful, entrepreneurial alumni. Thank you for supporting our efforts today and in the future!

Todd Moss
Department Chair and Associate Professorof Entrepreneurship
Faculty Director, Sustainable Enterprise Partnership

John Torrens
Deputy Department Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurial Practice

Todd Moss