22 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
· Student Organizations (CEO, DECA ENACTUS (formerly SIFE), Society for Advancement of
Management, Young Entrepreneurs Society (YES)) additionally The Office of Entrepreneurship and
Innovation is a student run, Student Government funded resource for entrepreneurs on campus.
· Alumni Network
College of Business
· Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship
· Small Business Executive Program
· CEO Peer2Peer Groups
· Nonprofit Executive Program
· Jim Moran Institute Business & Leadership Conference
· Advice Straight Up: Expert Speaker Series
· Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) and Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for
Veterans’ Families (EBV-F)
· Junior Achievement Big Bend
· Alliance of Entrepreneur Resource Organizations (AERO)
College of Education
· HackEd: Brainstorming Solutions to Issues in Education
 College of Engineering
· Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Course
· Pathways to Innovation program (Transform the experience of their undergraduate engineering
students and fully incorporate innovation and entrepreneurship into a range of courses as well as
strengthen co- and extra-curricular offerings. It is funded by the National Science Foundation and run
by Stanford University and Venture Well.)
· Society of Engineering Entrepreneurs (To instill a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship among
its members.)
 College of Fine Arts (Arts)
 College of Human Sciences (Nutrition)
 College of Communication and Information
· Hosting the new Innovation Hub space
College of Law
· Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (Law students earn academic credit by helping advise business and social
entrepreneurs at Florida State University.)
College of Medicine
· Summer Class on Entrepreneurship (Jim Moran School pays for the faculty member to teach)
 College of Music
· Entrepreneurial Residencies in Music (individuals from the business side of music for one-on-one
meetings with students)
 College of Social Sciences and Public Policy (Stavros Center for Free Enterprise and Economic
Education; Devoe Moore Center; Economics)
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