The LSU Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute (SEI) will hold the 2021 Bootcamp for Entrepreneurs from July 24 - August 28, 2021, at the Southern University Law Center. This joint initiative of SEI and the City of Baton Rouge consists of a six-week training program and follow-up consulting projects for local disadvantaged entrepreneurs.
Three LSU student businesses have been selected to present in a live pitch competition for a share of $25,000 in the 2021 J Terrell Brown Venture Challenge on April 15 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
BATON ROUGE - The Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems offers the Entrepreneurship Fellows Program to grow a stream of talented entrepreneurs willing to start new businesses and innovate within existing ones. The program fosters entrepreneurial-minded students by providing an intensive, high-quality educational experience to a select cohort of undergraduate and graduate students at LSU, regardless of their major. Any LSU student may apply, and fellows are chosen through a competitive application process.
Professor Jared Llorens has been named interim dean of the E. J. Ourso College of Business, effective July 1, 2020.
Family invests in LSU student entrepreneurs through endowment to support J Terrell Brown Venture Challenge
The LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business is pleased to announce a generous gift to support entrepreneurship made in honor of alumnus J Terrell Brown Sr. of Baton Rouge. The endowment will provide ongoing funding for the newly renamed J Terrell Brown Venture Challenge, a student competition through which winners receive capital for new business ideas.
The Revibe Music app launched to the public February 29, 2020. It is available first on Apple's TestFlight and should be available on the app store in March. Revibe Music is currently only available on iOS and works best with a premium Spotify subscription.
To be a successful entrepreneur, one must have a passion for learning – from customers, employees and even competitors. Entrepreneurship is seeing an opportunity and gathering the resources to turn a possibility into a reality. It represents the freedom to envision something new and to make it happen. It includes risk, but it also includes the reward of creating a legacy. The LSU Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems offers the Entrepreneurship Fellows Program: a yearlong program fosters entrepreneurial-minded students by providing an intensive, high-quality educational experience to a select cohort of undergraduate and graduate students at LSU. Any LSU student may apply and fellows are chosen through a competitive application process.
LSU is encouraging students to pair computer science and entrepreneurship as it empowers students to plan, design and optimize technology while instilling a wide range of skills in project management and business entrepreneurship.
The LSU E. J. Ourso College is hosting a Business Graduate Program Fair Tuesday, Oct. 15, from 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. in the Business Education Complex rotunda.
Revibe, a music streaming and sharing application, won the 2019 Venture Challenge. The first place finish came with a $12,000 award.
Three LSU student businesses have been selected to present in a live pitch competition for a share of $25,000 in the ninth annual Venture Challenge April 23 at Tin Roof Brewery from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The event is open to the public.
Louis-Philippe Beland, assistant professor, and Bulent Unel, associate professor and director of Graduate Studies – PhD Program, in the Department of Economics at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business, recently published a research paper exploring politics and entrepreneurship in the United States in the Canadian Journal of Economics.
Kenny Anderson has been named the executive director of the Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute (SEI).
The Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute organizes StartupWeekend Baton Rouge in pursuit of better experiential learning for LSU students and the local community.
Reginald L. Tucker, assistant professor in the Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business, recently published an article in Journal of Business Venturing that examined the influence of ADHD on business start-up
The LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business’ Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems (SDEIS) is accepting applications for its Entrepreneurship Fellows program now through Friday, Nov. 16.
Young Entrepreneurs Academy of Baton Rouge (YEA BR) announces three lead instructors for the coming academic year.
Inventions that will improve cancer treatment, prolong cell phone battery life and even eliminate a disease in horses are among the 15 new LSU patents that will be recognized at the Inventorship Showcase on April 25.
Those with the creativity and determination to pursue entrepreneurship are encouraged to join like-minded innovators during Startup Weekend Baton Rouge to be held March 9-11 at the LSU Business Education Complex.
The E. J. Ourso College of Business announced today that, starting with the fall 2017 semester, it will offer a new Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship that will only be available as a paired-degree.