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Horn Entrepreneurship

Hen Hatch 2020: Finalists Announced, Anticipation Builds for Final Round

After a record number of team submissions, the finalists for Hen Hatch 2020, Horn Entrepreneurship’s much-anticipated premier startup competition, have been announced. The following teams of finalists will include three teams from each of the Pre- and Post-Revenue tracks that will compete in the final round of the 2020 Hen Hatch competition that is set to take place virtually on Dec. 3 2020 from 6 to 8 p.m.

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UD Horn 2020 Fall Pitch Party Focuses on Undergraduate Students

2017 Fall Pitch Party is shown, before covid-19 safety measures were required..

The University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship brought back their biannual pitch party in virtual fashion this past Wednesday, sporting over 50 viewers and 15 teams presenting pitches.

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Pivoting with eClub: How to Make Lemonade (Out of Zoom Burnout)

Editor’s note: This is an article in a series that explores how the Horn Team practices entrepreneurship. Alvaro Buenano is the president of the Entrepreneurship Club, a Registered Student Organization (RSO) for aspiring student entrepreneurs, open to both majors and non-majors.

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Academic Advisor, Tricia Monnig's Reflections on Life in the Moment

Editor's note: This open letter was written by Academic Advisor, Tricia Monnig to her students majoring in Entrepreneurship. We felt the content might be helpful for others.

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Horn Certificates: Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship is offered through the College of Engineering and revolves around utilizing emerging technologies to improve business practices and entrepreneurship. In an interview with current certificate member Erin Hogan, a junior Chemical Engineering student, I learned more about the relationship between technology and entrepreneurship and how entrepreneurs can benefit from understanding this relationship.

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Horn Certificates: Entrepreneurial Leadership

The Entrepreneurial Leadership certificate is offered through the Lerner College of Business and Economics and teaches students how to lead with innovation within a dynamic organization or environment. I spoke with Jonathan Amato, a junior in the certificate program, to learn more about entrepreneurial leadership and how entrepreneurship relates to his major, finance.

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Tips For Online Success

Picture this: You’re on your college campus, enjoying life thinking, “Wow this is great! What could possibly go wrong?” And now you find yourself in your hometown on the couch fighting with your siblings, all while trying to organize your new life. It seems like none of us have the answers, but we do have some advice that can help in this tornado of a life we’re all living right now. The best thing you can do above all is remember that there is a light at the end of the tunnel and we will all come out as stronger Blue Hens than we were before all of this. So let's walk through your routine while being home and see what tips you can utilize:

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Top 5 Reasons to Enroll in ENTR253

With fall enrollment quickly approaching, Horn Entrepreneurship encourages students to have one course, ENTR/LEAD253: Individual Leadership - Building a Foundation for Success, on their radar. A foundational entrepreneurship course, ENTR253 offers an experience to first lead yourself as you embark on a lifetime of leading others. But the course also comes with many other perks that you may not know about!

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Win Recognition and Prizes For Your Entrepreneurial Drive

 

Trying to find productive activities to do while quarantined can prove to be a difficult task after a couple days on lock down, and you can only clean your house or organize your spice cabinet alphabetically so many times. What better way to spend your time stuck at home than trying to win money for your leadership, academic studies and entrepreneurial promise?

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Cooking With What You Have At Hand

Editor's note: this is the second article in a series that  explores how the Horn Team practices entrepreneurship.

Taking stock of experiences over the last two weeks …

… No family spring break vacation in sunny, warm weather.

… Cancelled trip to Las Vegas with close friends I’ve known for more than 35 years.

… Paused daily routine of putting my daughter on the school bus and heading to the office.

… Zero spontaneous, face-to-face interaction with the people with whom I enjoy working.

… makes it clear that COVID-19 has caused stock outs in the kitchen cupboards of my life. The sugar – what I was most looking forward to – is gone. And so is the ketchup – the enjoyable, mundane staples of daily life. You’re no doubt missing similar things, and perhaps even more.

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