Samuel Seltzer '48 provides funding to create the Personal Enterprise Program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
First Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year Award made to Sanford Weill '55.
First Moses and Loulu Seltzer Personal Enterprise forum, endowed by Samuel Seltzer '48 presents guest speakers Stuart and Jane Bewley, founders of California Coolers.
Bruce F. Failing, Sr., Professor of Personal Enterprise endowed in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences by the Failing Family.
William Kidd MBA '64 funds program for Johnson School students seeking summer internships and career opportunities with small and mid-sized companies.
J. Thomas Clark '63, MBA '64, and Nancy Williams Clark '62, M.Ed '64, create the J. Thomas Clark Professorship of Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise.
The Harvey Kinzelberg Enterprise Engineering Program is endowed by Harvey Kinzelberg '67 in the College of Engineering.
The Louis H. Zalaznick Teaching Assistantship in Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise is created by David '76 and Barbara '76 Zalaznick.
Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Program expands college, faculty, student, and alumni participation.
Rob '69 and Terry '69 Ryan provide five-year funding to support the creation of the Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN).
Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Program is named a NASDAQ Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
The Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Program Becomes Entrepreneurship at Cornell
Entrepreneurship at Johnson is created at the Johnson School
Leland C. '69 and Mary M. Pillsbury Center for Hospitality Entrepreneurship at the School of Hotel Administration.
eLab business accelerator is founded.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute in Johnson is created.
First Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit NYC is held; POPSHOP is created.
eHub is conceived as a nexus for entrepreneurial activities on campus and in college town.
Entrepreneurship at Cornell Governing Board now includes Deans from every Cornell school and College.
University receives grant from Blackstone Charitable Foundation to start a Blackstone LaunchPad at Cornell; program launches January 2016.
eHub opens in two locations - Kennedy Hall on campus and Collegetown.
Entrepreneurship at Cornell staff member launches Startup Tree.
Entrepreneurship at Cornell assumes responsibility for the Cornell chapter of the Clinton Global Initiative University.
Marla and Barry ILR ’90 Beck Fund the Beck Entrepreneurship Fellows Program.
Entrepreneurship at Cornell and Alumni Affairs and Development create the Charles Feeney ‘56 Lifetime Achievement Award in Entrepreneurship and Humanity.