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Can students be taught how to be entrepreneurs? Who can impart entrepreneurial wisdom most effectively--professors, parents, past and present entrepreneurs? Are entrepreneurial lessons learned in the classroom or through practice?
Dr. G. Dale Meyer, Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Founder of the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado - Boulder, will address these topics and more. He will give "A Conversation Regarding Why Business Schools Are the Wrong Forum for the Study of Entrepreneurship," at 7:00pm in Duques 652 following a reception in the Duques 6th floor lobby (beginning at 6:00pm) on Tuesday, March 27. Dr. Meyer will be speaking as part of CFEE's Howard Hoffman Distinguished Lecture Series designed to encourage philosophical reflection and practical experiences on problems and opportunities on entrepreneurship.
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