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October 24, 2012

Posted by Jim Price in Uncategorized.

Entrepreneurs Notebook: Zell Lurie Institute, University of Michigan

Underscoring its commitment to drive the advancement of entrepreneurial skills at Michigan and beyond, The Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business has made material from one of its top courses available to educators at universities and colleges worldwide. The course, Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation, was developed by James Price, successful serial entrepreneur and adjunct lecturer of entrepreneurial studies, and provides educators with a practical guide to starting a new business, exposing students to every crucial aspect of the entrepreneurship experience.

By offering courseware online, the Zell Lurie Institute is making learnings from its top-ranked graduate entrepreneurship program more accessible than ever before. In fact, of the over 1,100 MBA students who have taken this course at the University of Michigan, dozens have successfully launched new ventures—some while still in school, others after graduation—and many have successfully…

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