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Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Principle I of The Richmond Promise states: "The University will have an academic enterprise that will be connected, innovative, rigorous, and personal, ensuring student success and fostering faculty growth." The first goal associated with this principle is to "Capitalize on interdisciplinary and cross-school connections to provide students a distinctive education."

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Richmond offers an interdisciplinary academic program, and other events and activities to enhance experiential learning for its students.

The academic program, currently administered as a track in the Management Department, includes relevant courses from Business disciplines and Arts and Sciences, Leadership Studies and Law.  The Entrepreneurship Club attracts a large number of students from across campus. The club engages in a variety of activities to help students engage with successful entrepreneurs and learn how to combine resources to create new value. As an example, the Entrepreneurship Club co-sponsors the annual Business Pitch Competition.

Undergraduate Management

Robins School of Business
102 UR Drive
University of Richmond, VA 23173

Department Chair
Doug Bosse, Ph.D.
Q390
(804) 287-1922
dbosse@richmond.edu 

Department Coordinator
Donna Ruff
RSB 315
(804) 662-3166  
druff@richmond.edu