Helping Students Leverage the Power of an Ecosystem

Chances are, first-year students seek guidance from faculty about innovation and entrepreneurship activities on campus. But how can faculty help students identify the programs or resources that most align with their personal and professional interests – and ultimately generate a robust pipeline of innovators who are well-equipped to embark on an entrepreneurial journey?

We recently spoke with Rhonda Shrader, Executive Director of Entrepreneurship at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and Eli Velasquez, Director of Venture Development at VentureWell about how faculty can help students make the most of a campus innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Read the article Entrepreneurship Activities on Campus: Helping Students Leverage the Power of an Ecosystem here:

Read the article Big Ideas in Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Emerging Trends to Watch in 2018 here:

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