Through innovative partnerships, programs, and research, the Lehigh@NasdaqCenter inspires new ideas and insights into the world of entrepreneurial education and practice.
To learn more about our work, check out a selection of articles featuring the Lehigh@NasdaqCenter partnership and programs and learn more about the leading-edge ideas of the Entrepreneurship and Future of Education Think Tank.
News and Publications
After attending the Entrepreneurship & Future of Education Think Tank convening at the Lehigh@NasdaqCenter, Gary A. Bolles, the Chair for the Future of Work with Singularity University, writes an EdSurge op-ed that examines the provocative question of what it would look like to redesign a college from scratch.
In the IIENetworker magazine, Lehigh University administrators Cheryl Matherly, Ed.D., Vice President and Vice Provost for International Affairs, Samantha Dewalt, Ed.D., Managing Director, Lehigh@NasdaqCenter, and Lisa Getzler, Executive Director, Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation share how entrepreneurship education equips students to be successful across multiple jobs and prepares them for careers that do not yet exist.
The Wall Street Journal featured Startup Academy in an article about how to scout and develop the best and brightest of the next generation.
Samantha Dewalt reports on the Startup Academy pilot program that was first offered over the summer of 2018. Students gain entrepreneurial experience by interning with early- to mid-stage startups in Silicon Valley.
The Morning Call profiles the launch of the Lehigh@NasdaqCenter highlighting how the partnership leverages strategic relationships with alumni and the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Silicon Valley.
Entrepreneurship and Future of Education Think Tank
Hosted by Lehigh University and the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, our Think Tank brings together representatives from leading U.S. and international universities, non-profits, and corporate partners to examine current and emerging topics pertaining to the intersection of entrepreneurship, the future of education, and the future of work.