The first class of 12 seniors to graduate with Duke’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Certificate showed off their research in the new field at an E-Portfolio Fair earlier this month. One junior also participated.
“When you talk to these students you find totally different backgrounds,” said Jeffrey Glass, a professor of electronic and computer engineering at Pratt. “Most of them really weren’t focused on entrepreneurship before coming into the program but they noticed that they could learn how to identify, assess, and solve problems within the I&E program. I think that’s really a fantastic common thread and illustrates that every discipline needs to adopt an innovative approach to problem-solving.”
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