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All In The News tagged "Close School of Entrepreneurship"

How Drexel Climbed up this List of Universities with the Most Patents

Drexel was featured in a Technically Philadelphia story July 14 about how the University moved up on the National Academy of Inventors' list of universities with the most patents. Drexel President John A. Fry and Robert McGrath, PhD, senior associate vice provost and executive director of Technology Commercialization, were quoted in the article.

4 Area Colleges Rank in Top 50 Worldwide for Patents

Drexel was featured in a July 13 Philadelphia Inquirer story as one of the four universities in the region to rank in the top 50 worldwide for the number of U.S. patents granted in 2015. Keith Orris, senior vice president for Corporate Relations and Economic Development, was quoted.

Why Knowing Your Enemies Is Good For Business

Donna DeCarolis, PhD, dean of the Close School of Entrepreneurship, authored an April 16 post for Forbes.com about the benefits of a business knowing its competition.

Why Knowing Your Enemies Is Good For Business

Donna DeCarolis, PhD, dean of the Close School of Entrepreneurship, authored an April 16 post for Forbes.com about the benefits of a business knowing its competition.

This Entrepreneur is Making It Easier For Students to Win Scholarships

Drexel was mentioned in a Feb. 12 Yahoo! Finance story about Christopher Gray's college-financial-aid-seeking app, Scholly.

Meet these 7 Philadelphia innovation leaders

Chuck Sacco, assistant dean for strategic initiatives in the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was listed in a Jan. 15 Technically Philly post about the Tomorrow Tour, which launches in Philadelphia at the end of the month.

30 Under 30, Social Entrepreneurs

Christopher Gray of the LeBow College of Business and Close School of Entrepreneurship was featured on Forbes' "30 Under 30" list as an up-and-coming social entrepreneur. His honor was noted in Jan. 5 stories in the Philadelphia Business Journal and Philly Voice.

Don't Tell Me It Can't Be Done. Find a Way.

Stan Silverman, vice chairman of Drexel’s Board of Trustees, authored a column for the Philadelphia Business Journal on Dec. 21 about finding a way to accomplish tasks that "can't be done."

Teen Entrepreneur Works to Revive Local Artificial Lighting Company

Noelle Wiggins, a student in the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was featured in a Philadelphia Business Journal on Nov. 25 about her eco-conscious artificial lighting company.

Drexel's John Fry: Think Like an Entrepreneur, Regardless of Your Career Path

Stan Silverman, vice chairman of Drexel’s board of trustees, authored a column for the Philadelphia Business Journal on Nov. 9 about leadership skills he learned from President John A. Fry during a business trip a Drexel delegation took to China and South Korea. Donna De Carolis, PhD, founding dean of the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was also mentioned.

New Drexel App to Focus on News from The Inquirer, Daily News

Rosalind Remer, PhD, vice provost and Lenfest executive director of the Center for Cultural Partnerships at Drexel, was quoted in an Oct. 23 Philadelphia Inquirer article about a partnership between the Close School of Entrepreneurship and LeBow College of Business and Philadelphia Media Network to launch a mobile news app aimed at millenials.

The 'Unbreakable' Tituss Burgess in Town

Christopher Gray, an undergraduate student in the LeBow College of Business and Close School of Entrepreneurship, was mentioned in an Aug. 6 Daily News article regarding the nomination of his scholarship app, Scholly, in the 2015 Geek Awards, co-established by the Academy of Natural Sciences.