DePaul University Newsline > Sections > DeBuzz > How to translate research into entrepreneurship: Save the date for the next lunch-and-learn
By Rachel Wojnicki /
March 2, 2022 /
Posted in: DEBUZZ /
For faculty, staff and students, there is a bridge between research discoveries and sharing these discoveries with others in society to experience the benefit. At DePaul, the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center is a resource for the guidance and support you need to translate your research into products, goods, services or experiences that others value and are willing to purchase.
On Friday, March 18, the Office of Research Services will host a lunch-and-learn event for faculty, staff and undergraduate and graduate students that considers how to integrate one's entrepreneurship with career and educational plans.
From Research to Entrepreneurship: Lean on UsFriday, March 1812 p.m.Hybrid: Zoom or in-personRSVP
Panelists for this session include Bruce Leech, director of the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center; Maija Renko, chair of entrepreneurship in the Driehaus College of Business and director of the MS in Entrepreneurship program; and Marty Martin, a Research and Innovation Fellow and director of the MS in Human Resources program.
Rachel Wojnicki is an editor of Newsline and the internal communications manager for University Marketing and Communications.