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Our Faculty

Sean Ammirati

Courses taught by Sean Ammirati:
Entrepreneurship for High Growth Companies (45-805)

Katharine Anderson

Courses taught by Katharine Anderson:
Introduction to Entrepreneurship (70-415)

Bob Blattberg

Courses taught by Bob Blattberg:
Marketing for Entrepreneurship (45-908)

Arthur A. Boni

Courses taught by Art Boni:
Technology Commercialization (45-880)
Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (45-881)
Technology Commercialization & Business Development Workshop (45-888)
Designing and Leading a Business (45-885)
Biotechnology Industry Structure and Strategy (45-886)

William V. Courtright II

Course taught by Bill Courtright:
Entrepreneurship for Computer Scientists (70-421 and 15-390)

Robert F. Culbertson

Courses taught by Bob Culbertson:
Introduction to Entrepreneurship (70-415)
New Venture Creation (70-416)
Topics in Entrepreneurship (70-417)

Chris Cynkar

Courses taught by Chris Cynkar:
Entrepreneurial Business Planning (45-882)

Rob Daley

Courses taught by Rob Daley:
Entrepreneurship for High Growth Companies (45-805)

Frank Demmler

Courses taught by Frank Demmler:
Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (45-881)
Entrepreneurial Business Planning (45-882)
Funding Early-Stage Ventures (45-884)

S. Thomas Emerson

Courses taught by S. Thomas Emerson:
Topics in Entrepreneurship (70-417)
Entrepreneurship for Scientists and Engineers (70-423)
Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (45-881)

Currently, S. Thomas Emerson is teaching at Carnegie Mellon's Qatar campus.

Michael Ewens

Courses taught by Michael Ewens:
Venture Capital Investing (70-397)
Venture Capital and Private Equity (45-907)

Dave Mawhinney

Course taught by Dave Mawhinney:
Entrepreneurship for Scientists (70-420)
Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (45-881)

George White

Courses taught by George White:
Introduction to Entrepreneurship (70-415)
New Venture Creation (70-416)
Topics in Entrepreneurship (70-417)
Entrepreneurial Thought & Action (45-881)

Currently, George White is teaching at Carnegie Mellon's Qatar campus.

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