There are many established cross-campus, multidisciplinary programs in entrepreneurship an innovation higher education, and several inter-institution programs as well.  Set forth below is contact information regarding interdisciplinary programs sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation.

Kauffman Campuses:

Under a program launched in December of 2003, and as part of its many initiatives in entrepreneurship education, the Kauffman Foundation has directly sponsored interdisciplinary programs at 19 institutions of higher education.  A detailed description of the “Kauffman Campuses” program, including executive summaries of the goals and operations of many of the participating schools, isavailable here. Two research reports on the program can be found here.  

The following list contains website links to each of the Kauffman Campuses:

Arizona State University

Entrepreneurship at ASU/Entrepreneurship for EveryoneWebsite ]

Florida International University

Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center Website ]

Georgetown University

Entrepreneurship in Service  Website ]

Howard University

Institute for Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Innovation Website ]

Purdue University

Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Website ]

Syracuse University

Entrepreneurship and Emerging EnterprisesWebsite ]

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Website ]

University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Alex Brown Center for Entrepreneurship Website ]

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative Website ]

University of Rochester

Center for Entrepreneurship Website ]

University of Texas-El Paso

Center for Research Entrepreneurship and Innovative Enterprises[ Website]

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Wiscontrepreneur [ Website ]

Wake Forest University

Angell Center for Entrepreneurship Website ]

Washington University in St. Louis 

Skandalaris Center for Entrepreneurial Studies  Website ]

Northeast Ohio Collegiate Entrepreneurship Program participants: Baldwin-Wallace College, College of Wooster; Hiram College, Lake Erie College, Oberlin College

For a description of this program, which is co-sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation and the Burton D. Morgan Foundation, and links to the websites of the 5 participating institutions, please visit the Burton D. Morgan Foundation website,available here

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