Entrepreneur is a Verb. Start Doing.

Entrepreneur is a verb at the David Eccles School of Business and Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah. Students learn and grow by doing. Students receive training, mentorship, and resources with the expectation to get involved, launch something, join a team, and make a difference. Entrepreneur your education. Entrepreneur your future. Entrepreneur your […]

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Mocha Motive: A Student-Run Mobile Cafe Serving Campus & Beyond

Mocha Motive is a student-owned, student-operated mobile cafe serving the University of Utah at Marriot Library five days a week owned by Alex Johnson, who is studying information systems. Johnson started serving coffee in the winter of 2017 after driving the hazardous 1970’s truck back from California, but only recently landed a spot at the […]

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NALZA: Handcrafted and Innovative Skating Gear

Exploring the culture and advancement of the fastest sport on ice, NALZA is dedicated to the production of premium handcrafted skating gear. With the combination of functionality, durability and premium design, NALZA is modernizing and changing the speed skating market. The co-founders of NALZA are J.R. Celski, an Olympic medalist and entrepreneur student at the […]

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Craft Casket Co.: Modern Designs for an Old Industry

Matt Henke and Tanner Curtis, master’s of architecture students at the University of Utah, are bringing a unique industry into the modern era — caskets. “In almost all industries, contemporary design takes a portion of the market — whether it’s cars, phones, or even into the more carpentry-based industries of cabinetry and furniture,” Curtis said. […]

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Most-Cited Professor on Campus is an Entrepreneurship Scholar, according to Google

It comes as no surprise that Jay Barney is the most cited professor at the University of Utah, according to Google Scholar. Not after reviewing his work that is. Barney is currently the presidential professor of strategic management, the Lassonde chair of social entrepreneurship and the editor-in-chief for “The Academy of Management Review,” ranked first or […]

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