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Horn Entrepreneurship

Leading the Way for Equity in Entrepreneurship: Meet Gail Ball and WE Hatch

Having freshly graduated college, Gail Ball was at her first job when she encountered exclusion and discrimination in the workplace because she was a woman.

An avid golfer, Ball decided to sign up to join her workplace’s recreational golf league. But her enthusiasm was cut short to find that her participation was strictly forbidden.

“I got a note saying, ‘No, you’re not invited.

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Horn Certificates: Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship, which is offered through the College of Education and Human Development, is a concentration in entrepreneurship that focuses on finding entrepreneurial solutions to social, cultural, and environmental issues.

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Horn Certificates: Eco Entrepreneurship

Eco-Entrepreneurship is offered through the College of Earth, Ocean & Environment. The purpose of Eco-Entrepreneurship is to help students understand the environmental aspect of business decisions and the most environmentally friendly practices for entrepreneurs and business owners. Senior Geography student Megan Barry shared her experience with Eco-Entrepreneurship and how entrepreneurship relates to geography.

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The Horn Ambassadors: Part Five

For those who missed our introductory article, the Horn Ambassadors are a select group of students that have been chosen to represent the Horn Entrepreneurship Program. From working events at the Venture Development Center to talking to prospective students about the entrepreneurship major, the Horn Ambassadors are always out in the world representing Horn in the best possible way. This is the fifth and final installment of our Horn Ambassadors series. Let’s meet the last three Horn Ambassadors!

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The Horn Ambassadors: Part Four

For those who missed our introductory article, the Horn Ambassadors are a select group of students that have been chosen to represent the Horn Entrepreneurship Program. From working events at the Venture Development Center to talking to prospective students about the entrepreneurship major, the Horn Ambassadors are always out there representing Horn in the best possible way. Meet the next group of ambassadors in the fourth installment of the series!

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The Horn Ambassadors: Part Three

For those who missed our introductory article, the Horn Ambassadors are a select group of students that have been chosen to represent the Horn Entrepreneurship Program. From working events at the Venture Development Center to talking to prospective students about the entrepreneurship major, the Horn Ambassadors are always out there representing Horn in the best possible way. Let's get to know some more Ambassadors in the third installment of the series!

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The Horn Ambassadors: Part Two

For those who missed our introductory article, the Horn Ambassadors are a select group of students that have been chosen to represent the Horn Entrepreneurship Program. From working events at the Venture Development Center to talking to prospective students about the entrepreneurship major, the Horn Ambassadors are strong representatives of the University’s entrepreneurial community. In the second installment, we’ll get to know a few ambassadors a little bit better!

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Building Authentic Connections While Delivering Service

Jaeah Yoo, Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2021, was inspired to help Puerto Rico recover from natural disaster and traveled to the United States territory in conjunction with Blue Hen Leadership Program (BHLP) and Community Collaborations to help repair and restore the local community around San Juan. Jaeah’s registered student organization (RSO), People for Puerto Rico and BHLP brought a team of more than 25 students and built authentic relationships while delivering community impact. 

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Meet Mike Rinkunas: “Part Drill Sergeant, Part Therapist, Part Herder of Cats”

Career shifts for Mike Rinkunas have meant doing everything from hanging out of a helicopter with a video camera, to interviewing Lance Armstrong at the Boston Marathon. Even when not working, Rinkunas continues to explore new things to try, most recently becoming a licensed train conductor and locomotive engineer in his spare time.

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Meet Gordon McGregor: The Business-Minded Engineer Who Has Come Full Circle

After 34 years of working to bring products like Glide Dental Floss and Gore-Tex Fabric to life, Gordon McGregor has decided to retire and shift his focus to new projects and innovations. 

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