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Entrepreneurship on Campus
I hope that like me, you have had the chance to witness the burgeoning
phenomenon of entrepreneurship curriculum in American higher education.
More and more, students have the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship
on campus. In the process of creating entrepreneurship programs,
universities have become more entrepreneurial themselves. This is great
news. Colleges and universities are natural incubators of creativity and
new ways of looking at things. And this new reality might mean that
colleges and universities are better preparing students for success in
the American economy where more professionals need to make their own
Low Costs & Optimism Lure Immigrant Entrepreneurs Back to India, ChinaAs
the immigration debate continues without much hope of resolution in the
near future, high-skilled immigrant entrepreneurs from India and China
are turning away from the US and heading home. [More]
Stirring Up the Startup WorldStartup
Weekend has helped educate more than 30,000 entrepreneurs at some 475
events worldwide, facilitating the launch of more than 650 new startup
ventures around the globe. [More]
Baton Rouge Entrepreneur Wins Ticket to 'Big Omaha'Baton
Rouge entrepreneur Wendy Overton is packing her bags for Nebraska after
winning a ticket to Big Omaha, the sold-out conference on innovation
and entrepreneurship to be held May 11 - 13, 2011. [More]
This is Not the American DreamAmericans
are more dependent on the federal government than ever before.
According to USA Today, 18.3 percent of the nation’s total personal
income was a payment from the government for Social Security, Medicare,
food stamps, unemployment benefits and other programs in 2010. [More]
This Week in Entrepreneurship PolicyAs
major media outlets continue to show wall-to-wall coverage of the death
of Osama bin Laden, Congress carries on with a relatively light
collection of hearings that are of interest to followers of the
entrepreneurial economy. [More]
A Look Back at Innovation DailyEach
day, Innovation Daily checks the pulse of global innovation -- courtesy
of Innovation America. Here, we take a look at a handful of relevant
stories it compiled over the last two weeks. [More]
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