Leading the Way
Our world-class entrepreneurship faculty and nationally-recognized learning models lead the way for entrepreneurs at NC State.
- 22 faculty members across eight academic departments teach at least one undergraduate entrepreneurship course.
- 71 percent of undergraduate entrepreneurship faculty serve on boards of directors or advisory boards to commercial and social ventures.
- 59 percent of undergraduate entrepreneurship faculty have started, bought or run a business.
12 Startups Launched
The Chancellor's Innovation Fund has led to the creation of a dozen new companies.Learn More
Resources for Faculty Innovators
Get connected with the resources offered by the Office of Technology Commercialization and New Ventures.
Utilizing the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps framework, OTCNV teaches university scientists and engineers how to apply lean startup methodology for bringing university-developed products and services to the marketplace. Funding is available through the Chancellor’s Innovation Fund, awarding up to $75,000 to support short-term commercially-focused research projects.
Faculty and Staff News
Jun 8, 2021
Getting Started with Entrepreneurship: Recommendations from professor, Dr. Jeffrey Pollack
Dr. Jeffrey Pollack, associate professor of entrepreneurship at Poole College of Management shares some of his favorite resources for entrepreneurs.
Jun 4, 2021
NC State Entrepreneurship Selects Five New Alumni for the 2021 Miller Fellowship
At the end of each spring semester, NC State Entrepreneurship selects a new cohort of Miller Fellows, a program that supports newly graduated entrepreneurs who wish to pursue their entrepreneurial venture full-time after graduation.
May 25, 2021
Growing NC Food Entrepreneurship
North Carolina ranks third among states when it comes to agricultural diversity. Our farmers produce about 90 different commodities, but roughly 80% of crops grown here are shipped out of state to be processed. What’s being done to tap the potential for food entrepreneurs, to bring these commodities home, so to speak, to create more…