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When you talk to alumni, they will often point to a class or even a single moment at the College that had a lasting impact on them, one that influenced their career or life in ways that they still feel every day. The Startup Experience could be one of those events for you.

In talking to students at the top B-Schools, the bloom is clearly off the investment banking/management consulting/private equity rose. The smart kids are starting their own companies right out of school. Will you do so, too?

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The Rockefeller Center, which organized the Startup Experience’s visit to the College (with financial support from other organizations), is a hub of excellence at the College. A few years ago, the Center’s Director, Economics Professor Andrew Samwick, was chosen as the New Hampshire Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. They made a good choice. And, as is so often the case at the College, our best teachers are also our most acclaimed researchers. Look at Google Scholar to review Samwick’s record of publications.

Addendum: In addition to the above presentation, Henrik Scheel and Jamie Coughlin, the Director of the College’s New Venture Incubator Programs, will speak about social entrepreneurship tomorrow evening in Rocky 3 at 7pm.

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