During the first week of classes in the fall 2019 semester, experts in innovation, entrepreneurship and community engagement wrote about how IU campuses support students who are innovative and/or entrepreneurially minded.
The original opinion pieces, posted on the Crimson Catalyst blog, can be read at the following links:
“The upheaval in industrial innovation: Why IUPUI students are ready” by Lou Lenzi, professor of practice, School of Informatics and Computing, IUPUI
“Supporting and sustaining student innovation and entrepreneurship at Indiana University” by Travis J. Brown, senior executive assistant dean, School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, Indiana University Bloomington
“IUPUI students help to catalyze Indianapolis neighborhood small businesses” by Teresa A. Bennett, assistant vice chancellor, Office of Community Engagement, IUPUI
“Teaching with Technology: IU East students’ desire for innovative machinery impacts our community” by Timothy W. Scales, senior lecturer, School of Business and Economics, Indiana University East