Join graduating seniors, their family members and guests, and alumni and friends of the center to celebrate and reconnect in our new building on Saturday, May 25 at 4:00 PM.
We are also excited to celebrate with special guests, the 2019 graduates and alumni of the Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations Program (BEO).
For the past decade, media and news companies have experienced rapid disruption and digital evolution. In today’s economic and political climate, the future of the media is at a pivotal point in history. Join us and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs for a panel featuring Brown alumni who are operating at the intersection of commerce, politics, new technology, startups, and news.
Our Thayer Street Home
We are thrilled to announce that the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship will have a dedicated home at the center of college hill. This building will do so much more than to provide physical space; it will further our mission of making entrepreneurship an essential part of the Brown experience.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS PROBLEM SOLVING
Brown has always been fertile ground for entrepreneurship. It’s true for the students who choose to study here, for the faculty who teach and conduct their research here, and for our alumni once they leave College Hill.
IMPACT AT SCALE
“We do “hubs” really well. Our Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship is fast becoming one of the most impactful hubs on campus. There, students hatch ideas, launch ventures, and hone entrepreneurial skills — not just in business, but in how business can transform lives.”
– President Christina Paxson
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For the past decade, media and news companies have experienced rapid disruption and digital evolution. In today's economic and political climate, the future of the media is at a pivotal point in history. Join the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs and the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship for a panel featuring Brown alumni who are…
The Center for Entrepreneurship has leveraged the entrepreneurial ethos that has long been knitted into the fabric of Brown. Our goal? To inspire the next generation of Brown students to create solutions with impact. Join graduating seniors, their family members and guests, and alumni and friends of the center to celebrate and reconnect in our…
Entrepreneurial ecosystems emerge out of the dynamic exchanges and relationship between entrepreneurs, organizations that support entrepreneurship and institutions. In many cities in the US and globally, economic development policies and efforts have focused on entrepreneurship as an important economic priority. As inequality rises, building entrepreneurial ecosystems that fully support women and minority-owned enterprises can lead…