Entrepreneurship is now a minor option for undergrads and embodies a resourceful and unique set of skills that can further help students in the future. Chris Holman welcomes Neil Kane, Director of Undergraduate Entrepreneurship of Michigan State University to talk about how the college is creating a culture of entrepreneurship on campus.
MSU has around 600 students that participate in this unique entrepreneurship program that began in the winter of 2016. The program is open to anyone across campus, in any major and in any college. For more information about the Entrepreneurship & Innovation program visit: entrepreneurship.msu.edu/
Neil Kane, the quintessential serial entrepreneur, is a leading authority on technology commercialization, entrepreneurship and innovation. He is the former co-Executive Director of the Illinois Technology Enterprise Center at Argonne National Laboratory and was Entrepreneur in Residence at the University of Illinois and Northern Illinois University. He has been the CEO of startup companies in areas as diverse as consumer packaged goods, toys, nanotechnology, Internet marketplaces, medical diagnostics and energy storage. - MSU Website.
To hear Neil's conversation with Chris click the orange play button below.