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Keller Center Entrepreneurial Faculty Panel: Is Entrepreneurship a Realistic Option after Princeton?

Keller Center Entrepreneurial Faculty Panel: Is Entrepreneurship a Realistic Option after Princeton?

Keep Calm and be an Entrepreneur.jpgDate: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Friend Center Convocation Room (113)
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Other: Lunch will be served
RSVP: Beth Jarvie - bjarvie@princeton.edu

Is Entrepreneurship a Realistic Option after Princeton? To answer this critical question, Princeton's Keller Center will host its second annual town hall panel discussion featuring four Keller Center faculty who are currently teaching courses on entrepreneurship here at Princeton. The panelists will discuss the reality of college students and college grads becoming successful entrepreneurs; the panel will be moderated by Keller Center's associate director Cornelia Huellstrunk.

This event, which is part of "The Creative Mind: Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship Lecture Series", is sponsored by the Keller Center Venture Sponsors Program and boxed lunches will be served.

Panelists
John Danner (EGR 498 / GHP 498: Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship - Ventures to Address Global Challenges)
Chris Kuenne (ELE/EGR 491/591: High Tech Entrepreneurship)
Derek Lidow (EGR 497: Entrepreneurial Leadership - fall, EGR 392: Creativity, Innovation, and Design)
Lorraine Marchand (EGR 495: Special Topics in Entrepreneurship - Developing Commercially Viable Technologies)