The Business Accelerator is designed to prepare student companies for investment. The program provides students with co-working space and access to a rich network of entrepreneurial resources.
Coaching & Mentoring
The Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation offers coaching and mentorship to student startups through our team of faculty and experts.
The Haslam College of Business offers specializations in entrepreneurship at the graduate and undergraduate level as well as a certification course for social cause professionals.
We develop entrepreneurial talent across campus and beyond.
Senior Lecturer and Executive Director of the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
CSEE Founder and Director Emeritus and William B. Stokely Chair in Management
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Consortium for Social Enterprise Effectiveness
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Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Minor
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