Entrepreneurship is driving enormous social and economic changes that are shaping our collective future. The Keller Center's Program in Entrepreneurship exposes students to different ways of understanding, conceptualizing, and for some, building enterprises that create value through positive impact on society, whether through a commercial or social venture.
This Academic Colloquium is the culmination of the certificate program. The University community is invited to join the poster session and celebratory reception that follows the student presentations.
The reception will run from 2:45 pm - 5:00 pm in the Convocation Room of the Friend Center and will include opening remarks by Keller Center director Naveen Verma, display of junior poster presentations, and senior gift ceremony.
Light food and refreshments will be served.
Registration is complimentary, but required*.
*Students presenting during the program do not need to register.
All visitors must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in accordance with University Policy. Attendees must wear a face covering except when actively eating or drinking or presenting from a stage.
Who can attend?
Open to the campus community, students, graduate students, undergraduates, postdocs, research scholars, faculty, staff, and alumni.