Center for Entrepreneurship Articles
Local Makerspace and Millikin Center for Entrepreneurship partner up to teach product development
How can students conquer procrastination? How can a strip of fabric organize cables and style hair? How can a person get all the peanut butter out of a jar without mess or waste? These are the types of problems being solved by Millikin University's Tabor School of Business students in the Innovation Lab class taught by Dr. Jane Hua, assistant professor of entrepreneurship.
Arts Tech Expo gives artists, communicators opportunity to display efforts
"Each of them is equipped with the skills and work ethic necessary to help make a positive difference on campus."
Millikin University President Dr. Jim Reynolds announced on Nov. 18, 2021, that Mary Black has been named permanent provost and RJ Podeschi named permanent dean of the Tabor School of Business, effective immediately.
Award recognizes high-quality educational programs that train future generations of entrepreneurs
The United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) has named Millikin University a finalist for the Model Program Award as part of the 2022 USASBE Entrepreneurship Education Awards. The award recognizes colleges and universities that provide comprehensive, bold, high-quality educational programs that train future generations of entrepreneurs.
Makers, Crafters and Artists showcase products
Starting your own business can be thrilling and exciting, but it can also be a daunting experience that requires much planning and key decision-making. Sometimes all you need is the right space and motivation to make it happen.
Millikin University's first Makers Market, hosted on Nov. 6 in the University Commons, gave makers, crafters and artists that space to showcase a wide variety of goods and services.
"My hope for the Center for Entrepreneurship is to connect students with the community."
Make It Millikin: Aubrey Staton '22
"Technological breakthroughs are redefining businesses all over the world in exciting ways."
Dr. J. Mark Munoz, professor of management at Millikin University, has built a reputation for not only creating practical experiences in the classroom but for introducing the latest technologies in business as a way for students to get the most out of their learning … and global business leaders are taking notice.
Event to feature makers, crafters and artists from Millikin and local community
The Millikin University Center for Entrepreneurship and Women in Business student organization will host the first Millikin Makers Market on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Oberhelman Center for Leadership Performance located on the 1st floor of the University Commons on Millikin's campus. The event is free and open to the public.