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Allen Clary, the newly appointed executive director of USF's Nault Center for Entrepreneurship
Allen Clary, an experienced entrepreneur and USF alum, will be tasked with building bridges between the university and the larger entrepreneurial business community.
Our best graduate entrepreneurship programs list is based on institutional survey data, including academic offerings, experiential learning opportunities, and career outcomes, among other factors.
The ranking names the 50 undergraduate and 50 graduate institutions with the best offerings in entrepreneurship studies for 2024.
The competition gives students the chance to pitch their own innovative business ideas. The winning team will receive $100,000 in Series A funding to continue their business.
Steve Diasio, a USF Muma College of Business professor of entrepreneurship and innovation, worked with USCENTCOM in the training sessions.
Among the major donations for the Muma College of Business include $10 million from USF alum Jay Nault to name the Nault Center for Entrepreneurship and $5 million from Baldwin Risk Partners to name the Baldwin Risk Partners School of Risk Management and Insurance.
USF Youth Experiences hosts summer camps for K-12 students. The Youth Venture camp held at the USF Muma College of Business focussed on entrepreneurship. These camps underscore USF's commitment to lifelong learning education and community engagement.
The camp was offered for the first time at USF’s Nault Center for Entrepreneurship at the Muma College of Business to introduce entrepreneurial skills to the next generation of business builders.
Storage Zone Self Storage Owner Donates $10M to College Entrepreneurship Center - Inisde Self-Storage
James “Jay” Nault, owner of Storage Zone Self Storage & Business Centers, has donated $10 million to the University of South Florida’s (USF) Center of Entrepreneurship in the Muma College of Business.
The generous gift by Jay Nault will ensure future business leaders continue to receive a world-class education at the USF Nault Center for Entrepreneurship.
University of South Florida alumnus James “Jay” Nault, has gifted $10 million to USF to rename the school's entrepreneurship center in the Muma College of Business. It will now be known as the USF Nault Center for Entrepreneurship.