Faculty Receive Funding to Promote Entrepreneurship

Two computer science faculty members from the Walker School of Business and Technology are among five selected to receive funding to infuse entrepreneurship concepts into the curriculum.  With financial support provided by The Coleman Foundation to Dean Benjamin Akande of the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology and Dean Eric Rothenbuhler of the School of Communications, faculty members will be able to create and deliver enhanced entrepreneurship opportunities to students.  

The faculty members are Associate Professor Martha (Marty) Smith and Assistant Professor Xiaoyuan Suo.  Barrett Baebler, department chair and associate professor of management, and Joseph Roberts, associate professor of entrepreneurship, are serving as project directors throughout this process.  For more information, read the story in Webster Today.