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With the recent formation of the Business & Environment track within the Nicholas School,the Entrepreneurial Innovation and Entrepreneurship certificate is no longer being offered as a stand-alone certificate. We encourage students interested in environmental innovation and entrepreneurship to consider the Business & Environment concentration and/or to pursue our entrepreneurship courses in marketing (Marketing for Environmental Professionals – ENV782) and entrepreneurial experience (Entrepreneurial Experience – ENV767). Client-based entrepreneurial projects will continue to be available and students should seek out Professor Jesko von Windheim to pursue these programs.  Independent studies are also available to students who wish to pursue their own entrepreneurial ideas, and the Nicholas School also offers summer funding on a competitive basis to students or student teams who have a business case for pursuing an independent venture.

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