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2014

Lehigh University’s Entrepreneurship Program Ranked Among Best in Nation by The Princeton Review and Featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Sept. 16, 2014
Lehigh University is ranked #17 for undergraduate entrepreneurship programs

Starting A Company Is Exciting And Fun. Don’t Jump The GunForbes, Sept. 3, 2014
Business founder and LehighSiliconValley presenter shares advice on starting a company

$3 Million Grant Provided to Universities for 3D Printing Research3dprint, Aug. 19, 2014
Lehigh University’s groundbreaking proposals and project concepts receive $3 million in grant money for future contributions to the medical and scientific communities

Startup Schools: America’s Most Entrepreneurial UniversitiesForbes, Aug. 18, 2014
Lehigh ranks #45 for the nation’s most entrepreneurial research facilities

Made right here: EcoTech, 69 News WFMZ-TV, Aug. 1, 2014
EcoTech founders Patrick Clasen and Justin Lawyer, alumni of Lehigh’s IPD program, featured on 69 News

Alice P. Gast’s farewell letter, The Office of the President at Lehigh University, July 31, 2014
As Alice Gast bids farewell to Lehigh, she prominently mentions Baker Institute, LehighSiliconValley, and Lehigh’s entrepreneurship programs

Lehigh students share promise of 3-D printing with Good Shepherd Rehabilitation, The Express-Times, July 29, 2014
Colleen Perry, Elena Ramirez, and Jeff Peisner reveal the possibilities of 3-D printing with prototype exoskeleton designs at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation. The team is advised by Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck

Printing out a new type of medical technology, WFMZ 69 News, July 28, 2014
Video featuring Lehigh students and their hand exoskeleton designs for children who need physical rehabilitation. Part of Lehigh’s Mountaintop Experience, the team is advised by Marc de Vinck, professor in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program

Lehigh students give Good Shepherd’s staff a lesson in 3-D printing, The Morning Call, July 28, 2014
Colleen Perry, Elena Ramirez, and Jeff Peisner show the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network their 3-D printed exoskeleton designs that could help kids who have suffered from the loss of muscle control due to strokes, cerebral palsy and neuromuscular disorders. The team is advised by Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck

Lehigh students present 3-D prosthetics at Good Shepherd, Lehigh Valley Business, July 28, 2014
Colleen Perry, Elena Ramirez, and Jeff Peisner unveil their Mountaintop project and the opportunities 3-D printers have in the health industry. Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck advises the innovative team

A league of its own: wealth of colleges, universities in Lehigh Valley create a formidable workforce, Lehigh Valley Economic Development: Business Climate, 2014
Organization recognizes Lehigh University’s entrepreneurship programs and top research programs

A classroom leaves the syllabus to the students, The New York Times, July 18, 2014
Features 3-D printed prosthetics team advised by Marc de Vinck, professor of practice in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, and Lisa Getzler-Linn, Baker Institute senior director of programs and operations

The most entrepreneurial schools (for real), Founder Dating, July 16, 2014
Lehigh University ranked #29 for entrepreneurial schools with current alumni ready the start new companies

What’s the magic age for entrepreneurs?, LinkedIn, July 10, 2014
Matthew Sheffield, a Baker Institute EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series winner, discusses his entrepreneurial feats since he was a child

Childhood entrepreneurship turns to startup success, Lehigh Valley Business, July 3, 2014
Matthew Harmer ’07, founder/CEO of 59 Second Pitch, recruits Lehigh entrepreneurship students and alumni for the business; Ben Harmer ’11, who launched Beat Farm USA, participated in Lehigh’s Integrated Product Development program and studied product design at Lehigh. Both brothers won Lehigh’s Leonard Pool Memorial Prize for students exhibiting entrepreneurial talents

Future is bright for young NJ sunglasses inventor, New Jersey Monthly, June 26, 2014
Matthew Sheffield, a Baker Institute EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series winner, is successfully expanding and improving his Shady Eyedeas sunglass venture

A toy storyLehigh Mountaintop Experience blog, June 26, 2014
Shannon Varcoe ’15, first-place winner in the EUREKA! Social Ventures competition, is building on her idea of wooden toy pieces for children with ADD and ADHD at Lehigh’s Mountaintop Experience

Four of nation’s top research universities join National Academy of Inventors, National Academy of Inventors newsletter, June 25, 2014
Lehigh University joined the National Academy of Inventors, a nonprofit organization of more than 200 U.S. and international universities and governmental and nonprofit research institutions with more than 3,000 individual members. The organization recognizes and encourages inventors with patents to enhance visibility of academic technology and innovation, educate and mentor innovative students, and translate inventions to benefit society

Enterprising alums work Lehigh connections, Lehigh University News Center, June 23, 2014
Matthew Harmer ’07 is the founder and CEO of 59 Second Pitch, an award-winning video-centric creative agency. His brother, Ben Harmer ’11, created an app that provides original musical accompaniment to skiers, snowboarders, and other action sport enthusiasts, Beat Farm USA. The brothers were both Leonard Pool Memorial Prize winners for their entrepreneurial talents

Helping kids with 3-D printing, Lehigh Mountaintop Experience blog, June 19, 2014
Lehigh students are bringing cost-effective 3-D technology to help children who lose full or partial movements of their hands at the Mountaintop Experience in a project led by Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck

Business Update Newsletter, College of Business and Economics, Summer 2014
Lehigh’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship and its awards are featured in College of Business and Economics newsletter

A transformative presidency, Lehigh University Bulletin, Spring 2014
President Alice P. Gast’s transformative presidency highlights the launch of the LehighSiliconValley immersion program and Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation

Mini Maker Faire taps creativity, Bethlehem Press, June 18, 2014
Photos from Lehigh Valley’s first Mini Maker Faire organized through the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation

Soccer and entrepreneurship in Kenya, Lehigh University News Center, June 13, 2014
Baker Institute provided subsidies for students to go to Kenya to help the Soccer Queens, a team that Amos Ndungu Kimani, a “former street boy,” founded several years ago for young women and teenage girls

EcoTech Marine named exporter of the year, The Morning Call, June 6, 2014
EcoTech Marine, whose founders emerged from Lehigh’s Integrated Product Development program, is an excellent example of a small business that starts, grows, and goes beyond in the global exporting market, winning “Exporter of the Year” from the U.S. Small Business Administration

Tank-tech company scores a win, Lehigh University News Center, June 4, 2014
EcoTech Marine’s co-founders Pat Clasen, Tim Marks, and Justin Lawyer receive “Exporter of the Year” for its accomplishments in creative overseas strategies, increased export sales and profits, and encouragement to other small businesses to export

New athletic apparel offers comfort with class, Lehigh University News Center, June 3, 2014
Pierson Krass ’14 changed the athletic apparel market with his company, Krass & Co., with help from Baker Institute’s prizes and opportunities

Bitcoin Basics, Reading Eagle, June 1, 2014
Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree alumnus Glenn Adams ’14G built a computer system to mine bitcoin and explains bitcoin basics

EcoTech Marine honored as Small Business Exporter of the Year, Lehigh University News Center, May 27, 2014
EcoTech Marine International Inc., led by Patrick Clasen ’04 ’07G and Timothy Marks ’04, ’06G, was named Small Business Exporter of the Year for both the Philadelphia District and Mid-Atlantic Region

Student success at the Baker Institute, Lehigh University News Center, May 27, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G drew national headlines last fall due to her giant cardboard velociraptors

Women of Influence, Lehigh Valley Business, May 21, 2014
Lisa Getzler-Linn, senior director of programs and operations in Lehigh’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation, was recognized as one of Lehigh Valley Business’s Women of Influence winners

Lehigh Valley Women of Influence honored today, Lehigh Valley Business, May 21, 2014
For her career accomplishments, leadership, and vision, Lisa Getzler-Linn, senior director of programs and operations in Lehigh’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation, was recognized as one of Lehigh Valley Business’s Women of Influence winners

Mountaintop 2014 moves ahead, Lehigh University News Center, May 21, 2014
Lehigh student and faculty entrepreneurs are involved in three Mountaintop Proejcts for Summer 2014: Klinx (line of toys for children with ADHD), Personalized 3D Printed Prosthetics for Children (customized and reduced-cost limb prosthetics), and LaunchBayC (accelerator nurturing student startups)

8 innovative ways to spark the next million-dollar business, Elite Daily, May 16, 2014
Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G, graduate of Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, shares his insights on how to build the next million-dollar company

To teach and to learn, Lehigh Valley Magazine, May/June 2014
Features three Lehigh Valley professor-student partnerships – including “Encouraging a prehistoric business” – launched by Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree graduate Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G.

Brrawwrn and white, LehighU Tumblr, May 14, 2014
Photos of Lisa Glover’s limited edition Brown and White KitRex dinosaurs

EcoTech Marine pumps up its national profile, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, May 13, 2014
EcoTech Marine was recently named Small Business Exporter of the Year for the Philadelphia District and Mid-Atlantic region, thus making EcoTech a contender for national SBA recognition

VidFall wins Rochester Startup 2014, Union Leader, May 11, 2014
Joel Robinson ’14, a Baker Institute EUREKA! Awards winner, pursued his project through entrepreneurship independent study at Lehigh and recently won $31,000 at the Rochester Startup 2014 competition

South Bethlehem is increasingly vibrant, The Morning Call, May 5, 2014
It’s the sight of South Bethlehem lined with residents and visitors, ringing with music, and showing off its transformation from the dingy shadows of Bethlehem Steel into a bright, vibrant, sometimes quirky community of restaurants, shops, artists, green space, and Lehigh Valley’s first Mini Maker Faire

Lehigh University students learn about small scale manufacturing with 3D printing, 3D Printing Industry, April 29, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student Fred Carter ’13 ’14G made a video, featured in 3D Printing Industry, explaining what professor Dave Angstadt and Brian Slocum did for a case study of injection molding using 3D printed tooling

Local Inventor turns bike into beer wagon, The Morning Call, April 29, 2014
Lehigh graduate Jonathan Ackers and his Dutch colleagues double $40,000 goal on Kickstarter to bring Fietsklik, an invention designed to turn ordinary bikes into small, foot-powered cargo vehicle, to the U.S. Ackers will start Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree program in May

MTS air rocket park, Make Magazine, April 28, 2014
Spotlight on compressed-air-powered rockets launched at the first Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire

Industrial strength fun at the Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire, Make Magazine, April 28, 2014
Mix of favorite maker projects and fabrication training programs (video)

Bethlehem steel reborn: The Maker Movement at SteelStacks, Make Magazine, April 28, 2014
SteelStacks’ otherworldly, industrial feel that is now focused on music and art hosts the vibrant maker community, Maker Faire

Lehigh Valley manufacturer up for national SBA honors, Lehigh Valley Business, April 28, 2014
EcoTech was nominated for national SBA honors by International Trade Development Program at Lehigh University’s Small Business Development Center

KitRex: Googly-eyed life-size paper velociraptor costume, Make Magazine, April 27, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G shows off her life-sized velociraptor costume made through Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program and wows trailing children

At the faire, Mr. I’s Digital Domain, April 27, 2014
Participant’s perspective of the Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire

Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire features innovation, creativity, WFMZ-69 News, April 25, 2014
Mini Maker Faire and Baker Institute featured in television news coverage of the Maker Faire’s innovation and creativity

A dino ‘soar’ idea, Lehigh University News Center, April 25, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship student Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G surpasses Kickstarter goal and raises close to $100,000 for her KitRex: the DIY 3D velociraptor

Maker Faire aims to inspire creativity, build relationships, The Morning Call, April 24, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck has co-produced the first Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire in hopes of encouraging the “maker” in all of us. The free event at SteelStacks in Bethlehem welcomes people of all ages to explore the magic of creativity

Lehigh University Scenes from South Mountain, Lehigh Tumblr, April 24, 2014
This marketing project is the result of a semester-long collaboration between College of Business and Economics marketing students and College of Arts and Sciences student entrepreneur Dominque Brown ‘14

Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire Saturday at SteelStacks celebrates invention, creativity and community, The Mercury, April 23, 2014
The celebration of the ‘maker’ movement at the Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire is filled with hands-on activities, innovation, and creativity

Handmade items, creativity at center of Mini Maker Faire in Bethlehem, The Express-Times, April 23, 2014
Part of the misconception behind the first Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire is that it’s just for techies and people who can build robots. The Maker Faire unlocks creativity of any kind, for any age and any skill. And the challenge is getting people to accept that they are makers

Look out! Herd of (cardboard) velociraptors to descend on Bethlehem, The Express-Times, April 22, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G, a student in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, took a Halloween costume to the next level when she created a life-size velociraptor costume out of cardboard

Mini Maker Faire heads to SteelStacks this weekend, Lehigh Valley Business, April 22, 2014
The inaugural LV Mini Maker Faire is 10 a.m.-6 p.m. April 26 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at SteelStacks

Westchester and Fairfield County: An evening with Dr. Michael LehmanLehigh University Alumni Relations, April 21, 2014
Lehigh Club of Westchester/Fairfield County will host Dr Michael Lehman, professor of practice in Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree program, at Emma’s Ale House for a discussion with Lehigh alumni on June 11, 2014

Lehigh University grad student, her origami dinosaurs to be featured at Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire, The Express Times, April 18, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G will be one of the featured makers in Mini Maker Faire

Starting up PA – Lehigh University, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania, April 2014
Lehigh University and Chris Hall ’13 ’14G featured as an example of Pennsylvania private colleges and universities to create entrepreneurs [full document]

Lehigh’s growing entrepreneurial degree program, Examiner, April 14, 2014
Rather than only teaching entrepreneurship, Lehigh University believes in creating an environment that fosters the entrepreneurial spirit. The university teaches entrepreneurship as a frame of mind and skill set that can be applied across all the other degree majors

Lehigh celebrates its young entrepreneurs, Lehigh University News Center, April 13, 2014
Twenty-eight students were honored at the Baker Institute’s annual Innovate! Celebrate! Awards dinner and “Innovation Alley” at Hotel Bethlehem on April 7th

Colleges now try to foster the entrepreneurial spiritThe Morning Call, April 12, 2014
Spotlight on outstanding Lehigh University student entrepreneurs, Baker Institute’s programs, and Lehigh maker spaces

Techies compete in Lehigh Valley hackathon, The Morning Call, April 12, 2014
LVHack 2014, a weekend-long hackathon, brought together tech-oriented creators to create and innovate at Lehigh University’s Wilbur Powerhouse

Lisa Glover featured in LVTech Radio, LVTech Radio, April 11, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G joins LVTech Radio to talk about her KitRex product and her successful Kickstarter project

Marc de Vinck featured on FOCUS program (video), WLVT-PBS39, April 11, 2014
Marc de Vinck
, Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity, talks about the national Maker Movement and the upcoming Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire (April 26 at SteelStacks) on WLVT-PBS39′s FOCUS program, April 11, 2014

Lehigh University graduate invents fingertip markers for children, disabledThe Express Times, April 11, 2014
A Lehigh University graduate student’s idea puts creativity at children’s fingertips. Keith Martin’s finger markers are the product of a Lehigh master’s program for technical entrepreneurship and more than six months of product development

3D modeling project spurs entrepreneurshipThe Brown and White, April 11, 2014
Lisa Glover, ’13, ’14G created a cardboard industrial origami velociraptor that many students saw at the Halloween costume contest. She has now developed a smaller-scale model to sell and has begun a Kickstarter campaign to help raise the funds she needs for an essential piece of equipment to produce these models

Stratasys announces winners of 2014 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge, Wall Street Journal, April 10, 2014
Penn Scott ’14, Lehigh IDEAS student, used Lehigh’s 3D printers to design his concept car and winning entry

Lehigh University graduate creates RoyaLines wearable diplomas, The Brown and White, April 10, 2014
RoyaLines is a company that creates embroidered Kente cloth stoles, which are advertised as wearable diplomas. The company was kick-started in 2013 by Lehigh graduate Hubert Dagbo, ’12

Lehigh-saurus? Student hits it big with dino-making kitsThe Morning Call, April 7, 2014
Through online marketplace, Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G raises $68,000 to mass-produce toy dinosaurs

Lehigh University Scenes From South Mountain, Lehigh Tumblr, April 2, 2014
Kimber-Lee Alston, a Lehigh University grad student in the Technical Entrepreneurship master’s pogram, has been working on a flower-dyed fashion line called Jolie Coquette

Lehigh University Scenes From South Mountain, Lehigh Tumblr, April 2, 2014
Keith Martin, a graduate student in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, has invented a new kind of marker

Women’s Empowerment, First-Year Lehigh Engineers, March 24, 2014
Baker Institute’s iDeX: Creative Keys to Success talk featured in First-Year Lehigh Engineers’ blog as a great interactive event

Lehigh Valley Science Festival, Da Vinci Science Center, March 22, 2014
Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship displays “Mini Maker Faire” table and Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G had “KitRex” table at Lehigh Valley Science Festival

iDeX seminar teaches Lehigh students the benefits of creativity and innovation, Lehigh Valley, March 20, 2014
Shannon Varcoe ’15, Lisa Glover ’13, and Stephanie Panayiotou ’16, explains how creativity and innovation are tools for success

Lehigh Valley Business announces 2014 Women of Influence winners, Lehigh Valley Business, March 17, 2014
Lisa Getzler-Linn, senior director, programs and operations, for the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation, recognized as one of the Women of Influence winners for 2014

Patrick Clasen of EcoTech MarineKeystone Edge, March 17, 2014
Patrick Clasen, Tim Marks, and Justin Lawyer first built EcoTech Marine in a basement, and now is a $14 million company

Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation, HERCampus, March 13, 2014
Lehigh University’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation highlighted in HERCampus online publication

Wearable tech makers look to push boundaries, Austin American-Stateman, March 12, 2014
Lehigh student Brian Friedman, CEO of Loopd, speaks at South by Southwest Interactive

Havas PR North American begins new year with winning streak, Digital Journal, March 10, 2014
Havas HR North America selected by Baker Institute to promote high-impact programs and partnerships, including LehighSiliconValley

“All you have to do here is ask,” Lehigh University News Center, Feb. 26, 2014
Katie Kiewel ’15 explores entrepreneurship through many trips, jobs, and teams, including taking part in LehighBostonStartup2013 for a two-day immersion sponsored by Baker Institute. Dalisbeth Galvez ’13, a Baker Institute marketing assistant, also participated with Kiewel 0n an entrepreneurship team

Lehigh Tech Entrepreneurship program wins UEDA award, Lehigh University News Center, Feb. 21, 2014
Lehigh’s Professional Master’s in Technical Entrepreneurship program has been honored by the University Economic Development Association as the best program in North America for talent development

Building big things at Allentown’s Bridgeworks Enterprise Center, Keystone Edge, Feb. 20, 2014
Ben Franklin Technology Partners’ first incubator that ultimately became Ben Franklin TechVentures featured as great resource for entrepreneurs like Matt Somerfield, Technical Entrepreneurship adjunct professor, who launched his company and needed a design studio space

Alumna chosen as a 2014 Gates Cambridge scholar, Lehigh University News Center, Feb. 19, 2014
Victoria Herrmann ’12, a EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series award winner for SEAD: Ghana, receives the honor of being a 2014 Gates Cambridge Scholar

Lehigh design student creates apparel line, The Brown and White, Feb. 6 2014
Dominique Brown ’14 discusses her apparel line creation, RIND: Technically Organic

CBE student launches auction website, The Brown and White, Feb. 6 2014
Joel Robinson ’14 showed his entrepreneurial skills with the development of user-friendly Vidfall.com. Robinson is one of Baker Institute’s EUREKA! award winners

2013 Baker Institute Annual Report (video) Feb. 6, 2014
Annual video report to the Baker Foundation covering July 2012-June 2013, showcasing progress and expansion on grant metrics and achievements for Lehigh University’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation

Students get creative, The New York Times, February 2014
Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student, Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G explores the manufacturing process through industrial origami

Lehigh MBAs win funding for startups, The Bottom Line: Lehigh’s MBA Newsletter, January/February 2014
Five graduate student entrepreneurs win funding in the Baker Institute’s EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series, which provides the chance to transform new ideas into enterprises

Lehigh University’s Annual Report 2014, Lehigh University, January 2014
Baker Institute’s LehighSiliconValley, Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, and Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship programs featured in Lehigh’s Annual Report

Orrs promotes sustainable development, The Brown and White, Jan. 31, 2014
Lehigh became the first university in the world to host a United Nations Department of Public Information NGO Briefing. Mark Orrs, a Lehigh professor, director of sustainable development, and Baker Institute-affiliated faculty, was the first to speak about the challenges in sustainable development for the next generation

Alumnus provides insight on entrepreneurship, The Brown and White, Jan. 31, 2014
Lehigh University alumnus and entrepreneur Will Mayo ’08 presented a venture capital pitch demo to a large group of Lehigh students, providing insight into the world of entrepreneurship

Warren, Watchung, Long Hill-area college students earn academic honors, Echoes Sentinel, Jan. 31, 2014
Sudents among those to attend LehighSiliconValley’s week-long entrepreneurial summit through Lehigh’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation

Lehigh University student hopes to help fund businesses in developing countries, The Express Times, Jan. 26, 2014
Shannon Cassidy’s participation in LehighSiliconValley helped her mission on creating businesses in developing countries

4 tips for teaching leadership skills, Business News Daily, Jan. 24, 2014
Four tips for entrepreneurial individuals training future leaders, featuring Dale Falcinelli, founder of the Baker Institute’s LehighSiliconValley entrepreneurship immersion program

Getting creative juices flowing, Bethlehem Press, Jan. 22, 2014
Thirty-six 10th and 11th grade students were selected to participate in Creativity Day hosted by the Baker Institute at Lehigh’s Wilbur Powerhouse

A race to build, grow and exit, Lehigh Valley Business, Jan. 20, 2014
LehighSiliconValley teaches blueprint for success: startup, build, and exit

Nurturing Entrepreneurship (video), Fox Business, Jan. 20, 2014
Interview with Dale Falcinelli, LehighSiliconValley founder and creator, on fostering entrepreneurship on and beyond the Lehigh University campus, featured on Fox’s Markets Now program

Five start-ups to watch in 2014, CNBC, Jan. 17, 2014
Dexter Baker’s daughter Carol Baker, Baker Institute Advisory Council member and LehighSiliconValley advisory board member, pens an op-ed for CNBC.com

Lehigh U. gets national award, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, Jan. 14, 2014
Lehigh’s Master’s of Technical Entrepreneurship program honored by the University Economic Development Association as the best such program in North America for talent development

New graduate program cited for talent development, Lehigh University News Center, Jan. 14, 2014
Lehigh’s Master’s of Technical Entrepreneurship program is honored by the University Economic Development Association as the best such program in North America for talent development

8 Innovative ways to get rich and build a million dollar business today, The Huffington Post, Jan. 13, 2014
The eight things people can do to succeed in business, a post by guest blogger Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G, a student in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree program

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?, Chatham Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Madison natives Ted Bogdanski, Geoffrey Gill, and Michael Lucciola find out as they take part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?, Bethlehem Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Bethlehem natives Grady Barth, Karleigh Blum, Shannon Cassidy, Paul Eppler, and Shannon Varcoe find out as they take part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?Warren Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Warren natives Scott Grossnickel and Shaan Gurnani find out as they take part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?, Falls Church Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Falls Church native Alex Valentino finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?Basking Ridge Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Basking Ridge native Jonathan Goldsmith finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made are are they born?, Brookline Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Brookline native Benjamin Schwartz finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?Marple Newtown Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Newtown Square Native Bryson Craft finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?Mahwah Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Mahwah native Thomas Potenza finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?South Brunswick Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
South Brunswick native Frank Capararo finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?Rumson-FairHaven Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Rumson native Kayla Briggs finds out as she takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?, Claremont-LaVerne Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Chelmsford native Rachael Schiffris finds out as she takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?, Chelmsford Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
Chelmsford native Pete Lawlor finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion

Entrepreneur Envy, Forbes, Jan. 7, 2014
Marian Salzman, Forbes contributor, expresses her newfound motivation to jump back into the entrepreneurial spirit inspired by Lehigh University’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation

Award recognizes Lehigh’s role in spurring startups, Lehigh Valley Business, Jan. 6, 2014
Lehigh University’s contribution to economic development was recognized recently by a national organization that selected Lehigh’s Master’s of Technical Entrepreneurship program as the best in North America for talent development

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