Edited by Charles H. Matthews and Eric W. Liguori
Chapter 14: Entrepreneurship at North Carolina State University
Jeffrey M. Pollack, Steve H. Barr, Timothy L. Michaelis, M.K. Ward, Jon C. Carr, Lewis Sheats and Gabriel Gonzalez
At North Carolina State University, we take a unique approach to facilitating entrepreneurship education and practice – the NC State Entrepreneurship Clinical Model of Teaching and Research. Inspired but the teaching hospital model, the NC State Entrepreneurship Clinical Model integrates research, teaching, and real world experience by providing a space for faculty, students, entrepreneurs and service providers to gain skills, teach, learn and build businesses. We outline the main components of this model and highlight the student, venture, and research-oriented benefits of this approach.
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