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From workshops to panel discussions, the Coleman Center hosts year-round events that connect students, alumni and Chicago entrepreneurs. Catch up on the center’s news and events below.
Abigail Ingram has been named the director of the Women in Entrepreneurship Institute. In her new role, Ingram will oversee the institute's programming, events and fundraising efforts.
DePaul's undergraduate entrepreneurship program moved up nine places to rank No. 13 in the “Top Schools for Entrepreneurship” survey — the biggest year-over-year rankings jump among undergraduate programs listed as the best in the nation for 2019.
The new institute is the nation’s first comprehensive institute for women founders that integrates academic learning, research, incubation, funding and public policy.
Four Chicago startups with ties to DePaul pitched their purpose-driven businesses in the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center’s second annual Purpose Pitch Competition May 3.
Four panelists and one keynote speaker told their personal stories on starting their businesses, and also addressed efforts being made toward inclusive entrepreneurship at DePaul University.
Nineteen DePaul students will develop businesses during a startup launch program hosted by the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center and the Founder Institute.
The Chicago Tribune highlighted DePaul's new membership at innovation hub 2112, Chicago’s Northwest Side that focuses on business development in music, video, film and creative technologies.
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