Nine Princeton faculty members gained invaluable knowledge during the most recent Princeton-Wharton Entrepreneurship Executive Education Program, held in mid-January. The program is designed to help faculty members better understand important aspects of turning innovations from their scholarship into entrepreneurial ventures. Another objective of the program is to prepare faculty members to take on advisory roles at ventures, including nonprofits, formed from their innovations. During the week-long program, Wharton professor Ethan Mollick takes the class through a progressive series of topics related to entrepreneurship, including idea generation, building and scaling an organization, raising funds, and more.
Princeton-Wharton Executive Education for entrepreneurial faculty
Feb. 2, 2022