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University-Wide Entrepreneurship Education

In: Innovative Pathways for University Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century


  • Natalie Antal
  • Bruce Kingma
  • Duncan Moore
  • Deborah Streeter


In 2004 and 2007, the Kauffman Foundation awarded 18 universities and colleges $3–5 million dollars each to develop radiant model entrepreneurship education programs and campus-wide entrepreneurial ecosystems. Grant recipients were required to have a senior level administrator to oversee the program who reported to the Provost, President, or Chancellor. Award recipients included Syracuse University (2007) and the University of Rochester (2004). Cornell was not a Kauffman campus. This chapter explores three case studies in the radiant model of university-wide entrepreneurship education as deployed at Cornell University, The University of Rochester, and Syracuse University. The authors examine the history, accelerators, and challenges of the radiant model of university-wide entrepreneurship education.

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  • Natalie Antal & Bruce Kingma & Duncan Moore & Deborah Streeter, 2014. "University-Wide Entrepreneurship Education," Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth, in: Sherry Hoskinson & Donald F. Kuratko (ed.),Innovative Pathways for University Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century, volume 24, pages 227-254, Emerald Publishing Ltd.
  • Handle: RePEc:eme:aseizz:s1048-473620140000024009

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    1. Benjamin S. Selznick & Matthew J. Mayhew, 2018. "Measuring Undergraduates’ Innovation Capacities," Research in Higher Education, Springer;Association for Institutional Research, vol. 59(6), pages 744-764, September.


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