The Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business delivers cutting-edge innovations to the global marketplace by bringing together students, faculty and practitioners with groundbreaking research from the university’s world-class schools and colleges.
The Center’s interdisciplinary/academic approach, coupled with experiential learning, is geared towards students leading innovation, change, and growth in start-ups, emerging companies, and mature organizations. Distinguished as one of the first business schools to offer formal entrepreneurship education, the Tepper School continues this legacy by advancing research that contributes academic programs related to innovation, entrepreneurial leadership, and team-based collaboration.
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In late December 2012 we lost a legend. Don Jones - friend, mentor, and benefactor - passed away peacefully at home with his family.
So many of us were touched in meaningful ways by Don. He was an irrepressible optimist and tireless promoter of innovation and entrepreneurship.