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新利18连接,为啥18新利打不开 Skip Navigation Maryland Today is on summer semi-hiatus. We’re taking short naps in the shade but are publishing occasional stories and sending a weekly email digest on Wednesdays. Remove alert Friday, June 21, 2024 MarylandToday Produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications Subscribe Now Close Menu Overlay Athletics Arts & Culture Campus & Community People Research Briefs Search Campus Calendar Terp Magazine UMD Right Now University Homepage Maryland Athletics Produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications © 2022 Search Athletics Arts & Culture Campus & Community People Research Campus & Community UMD Ranked a Top 5 School for Entrepreneurship Maryland Rises to No. 4 Among Public Universities, No. 1 in Mid-Atlantic in Annual List By Sara Gavin Nov 07, 2023 The University of Maryland is now the No. 5 school for undergraduate student entrepreneurship, based on a campus-wide ecosystem of academic offerings, mentorships, competitions, programs, centers and faculty support, according to new rankings from The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. Photo by Stephanie S. Cordle The University of Maryland climbed into the nation’s top five colleges for cultivating student entrepreneurialism, according to rankings released today by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. UMD placed No. 5 across all institutions—up two spots from last year—and No. 4 among public universities and No. 1 in the Mid-Atlantic in the 2024 edition of the annual list of undergraduate entrepreneurship programs; this marks Maryland’s ninth straight year in the top 10. The university also jumped to No. 13 for graduate entrepreneurship education, up from No. 18. The university’s ascent into the upper echelon of the entrepreneurship ranking is due to a broad and robust innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem that spans the campus, said Dean Chang, UMD’s chief innovation officer. “What makes the University of Maryland stand out is that we are constantly offering more opportunities for students in any major to learn and practice innovation and entrepreneurship skills, and then apply them to creating solutions to society’s grand challenges,” Chang said. “It’s so gratifying to see the University of Maryland break into the top 5, where we belong.” While many entrepreneurship rankings focus only on a university’s business school, The Princeton Review reflects a university’s campuswide entrepreneurship ecosystem, analyzing a variety of factors including academic offerings, mentorships, competitions, programs, centers and faculty support. Nearly one in four undergraduates—more than 7,000— in 89 majors are enrolled in undergraduate entrepreneurship courses at UMD, taught by 59 faculty members across 30 departments. Beyond traditional entrepreneurship, UMD also offers over 100 courses in innovation-related areas like creativity, entrepreneurial mindset, social value creation, business models and design thinking. [UMD Initiative to Award Up to $2M for Student Solutions to Grand Challenges] A recent high-profile example of the university’s commitment to student entrepreneurship is the new xFoundry@UMD, an XPRIZE-inspired initiative aimed at recruiting and training Terps to work across disciplines and build solutions designed to address complex global problems. “We want students to know that careers can begin with doing something significant for our society, while also creating a profitable, self-sustaining and successful business venture,” said Amir Ansari, who oversees the xFoundry as co-founder and executive director of UMD’s E.A. Fernandez IDEA Factory, a high-tech workshop focused on collaboration across all 12 schools and colleges on campus. Academic units help UMD get high marks across the board, Chang said, from the Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Division of Academic Affairs to the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship in the Robert H. 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It also doesn’t hurt that the university boasts an impressive list of alums who went on to launch highly successful business ventures, including Sergey Brin ’93, co-founder of Google, Anthony Casalena ’03, founder and CEO of Squarespace; and Kevin Plank ’96, founder, executive chairman and brand chief of Under Armour. “While we’re proud of the reputation we’ve earned for alumni going on to launch billion dollar startups, or unicorns, we’re even more proud of our focus on applying an entrepreneurial mindset to creating economic and societal impact. Social innovation and entrepreneurship has been a key driver for so many students getting involved,” Chang said, highlighting the university’s Grand Challenges grants program and the annual Do Good Challenge. 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