Center for Entrepreneurship Articles
Millikin University's Tabor School of Business prepares students to perform and compete. Students are ready for the market, are confident in themselves and are knowledgeable in research.
Students engage with excellent faculty who are fiercely committed to teaching. They work with real clients and create real businesses. More than just prepared, Tabor students are ready to lead.
Entrepreneurship conference gives artists confidence to pursuit business
Millikin students awarded Institute for Science Entrepreneurship Fellowships
Millikin University is pleased to announce the six recipients of Institute for Science Entrepreneurship (ISE) Undergraduate Fellowships for the fall 2016 semester.
Millikin graduate to share "A Journey in Determination"
Natalie Mendez, a senior international business and marketing major at Millikin University, is currently an Institute for Science Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Fellow.
As part of her fellowship, Mendez is working with Dr. David Horn, Millikin professor of biology, to help coordinate the Institute's Science Entrepreneurship Speaker Series. She is also leading efforts to implement social media strategies to increase awareness of the Institute and promote its events.
Valina Hoang, a senior marketing major at Millikin University, is a member of Millikin's Collegiate DECA Executive Committee as well as a member of University Center Board (UCB) and Student Senate.
Millikin's Collegiate DECA is the student chapter of the professional organization Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) and the only Collegiate DECA chapter in Illinois, providing opportunities for competition, networking and leadership development.
Millikin Performance Learning opportunities have widespread effects
The signature of a Millikin University education is Performance Learning. Students must perform their knowledge in order to be truly prepared for a successful career after college.
Before classes started on Aug. 22, first-year students at Millikin University became acclimated to campus through First Week activities. Students moved into residence halls, learned the necessary skills for collegiate success and engaged in community service through Day of Action.