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Horn Entrepreneurship

Horn Certificates: Design & Creative Making

The Design & Creative Making certificate is offered through the College of Arts & Sciences and teaches students how to think creatively and apply entrepreneurial thinking to design creation. I interviewed freshmen Fashion Merchandising major Brianna O’Doherty about why she joined the Design and Creative Making certificate and how she intends to utilize entrepreneurship skills in fashion merchandising.

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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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Shifting Events to Virtual World

 

Adapting to the Big Shift to Online Events

Four months ago we were sent home to limit our in person interactions.  We were amateurs but zoom was there to help. We forgave the family interruptions and learned everyone's pet’s name, and sometimes could not find that link!  It was new to everyone and it was comforting to see others struggle with the new normal like you were. Now four months have gone by and we no longer have a pass on its 

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Horn Certificates: Introductory Article

Have you ever wanted to learn about a different field of study without the pressure of adding a minor to your degree? Or found a minor you wished you could add, only to find out that it was in another college and not offered to you? Well then the certificates program may be perfect for you!

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A Love for Adventure and Traveling Leads to Her Dream Career

Nina Price, a 2017 graduate with a degree in Organizational and Community Leadership and minors in Entrepreneurial Studies and International Business, left a lasting impact on Horn Entrepreneurship. Now, she leaves a lasting impact on the personal relationships she creates with her clients at Audley Travel. Price uses her extensive knowledge of Australia to create a personalized travel guide while using many of the lessons she learned at Horn.

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2020 Award Winners

 

Several students have been recognized for their continued entrepreneurial excellence and impact. These exemplary students demonstrate promise, leadership, and ability as entrepreneurs. We congratulate the winners and wish them continued success in their journey of entrepreneurship!

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A Tale of Two Founders (Part 1): Lessons in Entrepreneurship and Interest Discovery

Editor's Note: Snoop was a startup by Andrew Cercena and Nick Novoa that sought to help high school students find the right college. This guest article is the first in a two-part series that explores how one team's startup journey ultimately led to new pathways in entrepreneurship and interest discovery.

When I started Snoop, I was determined to solve the problem that many high school students face before entering college: That they do not know what the college student experience is truly like until they arrive and live on campus for the first time.

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Be Recognized with the Blue Hen 17&43 Awards! A Call to UD’s Promising Ventures and Fast-Growing Companies

The Blue Hen 17&43 Awards are the University of Delaware’s way of recognizing students and alumni who are part of the most promising new ventures and the fastest-growing companies today.

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Studying Social Entrepreneurship in Germany

This past winter, Horn Entrepreneurship assistant professor and Faculty Director of Social Entrepreneurship Stephanie Raible led a group of students on the first ever Social Entrepreneurship study abroad trip.

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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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