New center cultivates entrepreneurial thinking at the business school

The new Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center is up and running this semester on the third floor of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. Directed by Graham Henshaw, a Mason School clinical professor, the center aims to cultivate collaboration and encourage idea generation through its versatile and engaging work space. Featuring metal and glass walls, modern furnishings, and the latest technology including a 3D printer and teleconference equipment, the center functions as William & Mary's hub of entrepreneurial thinking where students can collaborate on projects, get advice from experienced faculty, and connect with other entrepreneurs.

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