CSUF Entrepreneurship Students Promoting Student Engagement on Campus

Three of the members of the University Innovation Fellows from Cal State Fullerton are, from left, Bing (Edward) Niu, William Kim and Phillip Law

CSUF News has a great piece out today on how four of our CSUF Entrepreneurship students have been accepted into a prestigious fellowship. Called University Innovation Fellows, the mission of the fellowship is to give students the tools that they need to catalyze entrepreneurship on campus. Click on the link below to learn more.

Innovation Fellows Seek to Enhance Student Engagement, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

About CSUF Entrepreneurship for students: Creating the next generation of entrepreneurs for nearly two decades, CSUF Entrepreneurship is dedicated to the mission of inculcating student leaders with cutting-edge entrepreneurial thinking and best practices. In the classroom, students learn about the lean startup process, how to raise funds, startup marketing, and so much more. Students are also challenged to apply what they are learning in the classroom through the completion of a series of consulting projects with actual businesses and all entrepreneurship students will have worked on the creation of a real startup by the time they graduate. To learn more about what it takes to major or minor in Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College please visit this page or get in touch with us via email at csufentrepreneurship@fullerton.edu.

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