All of the Northeast Center's presentations on entrepreneurship, compiled in one place.

Food Systems and Entreprenuership Case Study Lone Pine (Wilcox)

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As part of a session that used a set of case studies to explore the degree to which entrepreneurs are catalysts for food system development, this presentation by Michael Wilcox and Jodee Ellett of Purdue University offers a look at Lone Pine Farms Moody Meats, Inc., in rural Indiana. PDF file.

R-and-D Grant Funding from Maryland Industrial Partnerships (Gist)

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The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) program accelerates the commercialization of technology in Maryland by jointly funding collaborative R&D projects between Maryland companies and University System of Maryland faculty. This presentation includes highlights of how the program works, funding and application information, and specific examples of successful projects. PDF file.

Food System Entrepreneurs as Catalysts (Thilmany)

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Local and regional food system entrepreneurs as catalysts: Key themes from NARDeP Case Studies. Presented by Dawn Thilmany McFadden of the University of Colorado. PDF file.

Food Tourism (Slocum and Curtis)

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As agricultural producers look to diversify their operations, food tourism is gaining momentum. An investigation into food tourism best practices in Utah was presented by Kynda Curtis of Utah State University and Susan Slocum of George Mason University.

Entrepreneurship Education and Outcomes

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"Entrepreneurship Education and Outcomes in Estonian Higher Education Institutions," presented by NERCRD visiting scholar Anne Poder at the U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference in New Orleans, January 6, 2020.