27 SCHOOLS MAKE INAUGURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP RANKING
Creating that entrepreneurial ecosystem from the inside, out has been key for the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor community. “When you look at the landscape of entrepreneurship education in the 90s, it was pretty barren and now there’s a pretty rich set of schools across the country where entrepreneurship education has sprung up,” says Stewart Thornhill, the executive director of the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurship at the Ross School of Business. “Because we aren’t on a coast and don’t have the scope and scale of the investor community and the broader ecosystem that you get in a Boston or a San Francisco, we really had to invest in creating a version of that here.”
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