The grant is expected to enable the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship to help approximately 250 business owners — a majority of which are owned by Black, indigenous and people of color — create or sustain about 650 jobs and create an economic impact of nearly $4 million.
Claire Todd (geological sciences) discussed her research on glaciers and climate change, Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) talked about the latest national ranking for the graduate program in entrepreneurship, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) participated in a panel discussion on the Jussie Smollett trial.
The State of Entrepreneurship Report will list the challenges and opportunities local entrepreneurs face and obstacles that may slow business growth.
CSUSB’s innovative graduate program in entrepreneurship has been named among the best in the West and the nation in 2022 by The Princeton Review.
Mentioned in recent news coverage are Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Mark T. Clark (political science) Dave Maynard (chemistry and biochemistry), Guillermo Escalante (kinesiology), Carol Hood (physics) Khalil Dajani (computer science and engineering) and Brian Levin (criminal justice).
The Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship has announced the finalists for its annual Spirit of the Entrepreneur gala to be held in November.
The funding will go toward supporting ongoing work in providing technical assistance to BIPOC-led small businesses that have been disproportionately affected by the unprecedented health, social and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The competition, held by CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, is accepting entries until 11:59 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2.
Kids That Code, a CSUSB graduate student-created company that teaches children computer-related topics, held an open house for its education center.