The College of Human Ecology is committed to integrating entrepreneurial teaching and learning into many aspects of the student experience. As an active participant in expanding opportunities for student entrepreneurship at Cornell, the College of Human Ecology has a range of courses, events and experiential learning activities designed to help students begin their journey of business creation and success in any discipline. Entrepreneurship coursework is available across the college in the areas of design, fashion and technology, fiber science, policy, and health services, to name a few. The Health Design Innovations Lab is one example of a multidisciplinary community of faculty, students, and community members committed to cutting-edge research and innovative solutions to improving healthcare environments; students experience the planning, design, and management of settings in order to promote human health and well-being, and entrepreneurship is part of this learning. In addition, students in the Sloan program in Health Administration develop entrepreneurial skills while in the program and subsequently launch start-up companies that aim to deliver value in new ways or apply their skills to help established companies innovate. Visit our CHE entrepreneurship page for more information.
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Committed to cutting-edge research of health innovations
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