Engineering and innovation: An immersive start-up experience

  • Miller T
  • Walsh S
  • Hollar S
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Since 1993, the Engineering Entrepreneurs Program has been helping engineering students become entrepreneurs. What began as informal student meetings has grown to a three-course sequence with graduates who have pioneered successful companies. Assessments show a positive correlation between program participation and entrepreneurial action.

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  • Engineering curriculum
  • Engineering entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Innovation

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  • Thomas K. Miller

  • Stephen J. Walsh

  • Seth Hollar

  • Elaine C. Rideout

  • Beryl C. Pittman

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