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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMERGING ENTERPRISES PROGRAM 2018-2019 ANNUAL REVIEW

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMERGING ENTERPRISES PROGRAM 2018-2019 ANNUAL REVIEW

Another successful year is in the books. The 2018-19 academic year was special for the EEE program for few reasons. We reached more students than ever before — teaching more than 3,300 students in our courses. We also had an impressive year of entrepreneurial programming, with online MBA students more active in our Orange Tank competition, a record-breaking first-year student doing wonders in our competitions and in the development of his business, and greater levels of success through our collaboration with the Blackstone LaunchPad. Our faculty continued to achieve high standards and awards for their work, including for their entrepreneurial acumen, teaching excellence and research impact.

In this report, you will read more about our student and alumni success 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 testifying before the U.S. Congress to establishing new centers of study, our faculty 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 with 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 all you do to support our efforts today and in the future.

To read about some of our accomplishments during the 2018-19 academic year, please click the links below:

Spring Break Sustainability Lessons in Mexico

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Syracuse University Teams Compete in Hult Prize Competition Regionals

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Intensive Deal-Making Course Fills a Need for Eager Entrepreneurs

Hal Fetner

Online Programs Lead to More Entrepreneurs

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Todd Moss: Sustainability Is a Way of Life

Todd Moss's family in front of the Hall of Languages

Research Speakers Offer Insights and Share Findings

Whitman’s Commitment to Building and Supporting the Faculty of the Future

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Professor David Park Honored by Poets and Quants for Undergrads in Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors List

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David Lucas Testifies Before U.S. Congress to Address Homelessness in America

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PhD Profile: James Bort

James Bort, PhD, stands against window in a Whitman hallway.

Whitman Students Honored with D’Aniello Internships

Orange Tank Business Pitch Competition 2019

Speaker stands behind a podium, speaking to a crowd at the Orange Tank Business Pitch Competition.

Syracuse University 2019 Panasci Business Plan Competition: Meet the Winners

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Starting a Career in Silicon Valley

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#Whitman Watch: Matt Shumer

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Hayley Foster, Author and Business Coach, To Speak at Syracuse University

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Dave Knox Predicts The Turn Sept 18. at Bird Library

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Alumni (Jeff Lipkin) Leverages NYC Opportunities, Entrepreneurial Experience

Portrait of Whitman alumnus Jeff Lipkin, set against a gray backdrop.

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