Edited by Charles H. Matthews and Eric W. Liguori
This chapter reviews American University Center for Innovation (AUCI)’s award-winning curriculum, incubator, research, and other programming. AUCI curricula include general education courses, as well as an undergraduate minor and specialization and graduate specialization and certificate, available to students across campus. The AUCI Incubator helps students and recently graduated alumni develop and stabilize early-stage ventures. AUCI’s impactful research and thought leadership focuses on entrepreneurship theory, practice, and pedagogy. AUCI maintains a broad range of strategic partnerships with local, national, and foreign governments, public and private corporations, non-profits, and think tanks. The chapter concludes with a discussion of AUCI’s historical roots and connection to local and global communities.
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