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Michael H. Morris

Hundreds of entrepreneurship education programs have been established within universities over the past 30 years responding to awareness and the accompanying demand among students, among other stakeholders. However, as Morris points out, challenges regarding how to best design and deliver entrepreneurship education persist. In particular, educators—including scholars and practitioners—must balance the need to instill within students the notion that entrepreneurship is disruptive and requires creativity, while simultaneously emphasizing discipline, logic and rigor.