Nurturing big ideas at Cornell University: Planting seeds of innovation in the classroom
Cornell University's approach to entrepreneurship is focused on experiential learning -- teaching students how to think and act like entrepreneurs no matter where their careers take them.
At the same time, more and more Cornell students and young alumni are using this knowledge to begin their own ventures. Here is a look at entrepreneurship across the university. Read more
Defining moments that created an entrepreneur
When I was in high school, a friend and I started a small sportswear firm. I considered it a hobby-turned-business and didn't know much about entrepreneurship at the time. But something about the startup experience fascinated me. Read more
Is it our entrepreneurs' time in the sun?
When my family and I moved to Ithaca last June I had been living in California for 20 years since graduating from Cornell. Returning to teaching entrepreneurship again after 15 years, I did not know what to expect. Read more
In our next issue:
Reimagining Cornell - Toward a more efficient and effective reality: Cornell has seen in the Great Recession a great opportunity for strategic change and is unveiling a strategic plan that will guide it to 2015 and beyond. In the summer issue of Ezra, we will look at the plan's key initiatives and, through students' eyes, at the future of the university.