Gamifying Student Engagement
After Georgia State’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund and Georgia Tech’s Create-X, the KemNu team is tackling student engagement on campus and online. Read more.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) participated in the New Graduate Student Orientation Resource Expo recently held by The Graduate School. Like many other things these days, it was presented both in virtual and on-campus formats to provide access to all incoming graduate students. Learn more.
The Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (WEI) received a generous donation from the Atlanta Hawks Foundation to present a series of workshops, a pitch competition and grants for women entrepreneurs in the City of Atlanta. Business were divided into two groups one representing the Greater Atlanta Community and the second for their current cohort. Learn more.
The Entrepreneurship and innovation Institute (ENI) of Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business has received the Excellence in Student Engagement in Entrepreneurship Award at the 10th annual Deshpande Symposium for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Higher Education. The award recognizes an institution that encourages student leadership and engagement and supports the development of entrepreneurial awareness, skills and practice. Read more.
The ICSB Global Awards in Entrepreneurship Education Excellence were created to recognize excellence in entrepreneurship education at the programmatic level. Recently, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) faculty member, Dr. Isabelle Monlouis was named one of five finalists for this prestigious award on behalf of WomenLead in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Georgia State University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) has announced follow-on funding for select Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund (MSESF) alumni companies. Seven companies from Main Street’s inaugural cohort (Cohort 1), which graduated from the business accelerator program in 2020, will be receiving an additional grant to use in scaling their ventures. Read more…
Entrepreneurship is the engine of social mobility. It is also a key focus at GSU helping our students thrive by cultivating their entrepreneurial ambitions. As a tier 1 research institution rigorous research is also an important aspect of this focus at GSU. In line with this idea, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) recently launched the Entrepreneurship Research Group (ERG) at GSU. ERG encourages interdisciplinary collaboration across campus on entrepreneurship research. Learn more.
The faculty and staff of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) congratulate the Class of 2021 spring entrepreneurship graduates. Despite a global pandemic, these students have exemplified commendable work ethic and humility along their journey to graduation. See a list of our spring graduates.
When undergraduate student, Angela Praseuth talks about the Atlanta spa shootings, she begins to visibly shake. On the same day and at the same time of the attacks, she and her sister were at a spa in another Atlanta suburb. What upsets her equally is how quickly the media moved on to the next story. Read more.
Georgia State’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) has won two international awards for its work in supporting entrepreneurs from underrepresented backgrounds. The awards were announced at the 35th Annual International Conference on Business Incubation (ICBI35), hosted virtually by the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA) on April 25-30, 2021. Read the full article.