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PEN - Prof. Ed Zschau '61 on Entrepreneurism

Come join Princeton Entrepeneurs Network (PEN) to learn about entrepreneurism from renowned Princeton Professor and serial entrepreneur Ed Zschau '61.

Date: Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Location: McCarter & English, 265 Franklin St. in downtown Boston

Time: Doors open at 6:00 pm
Refreshments and networking: 6:00pm
Presentation begins at 6:45 pm
Additional networking until 8:30 pm

Registration to attend: Please register at http://penzschau.eventbrite.com if you plan to attend.

Ed Zschau graduated from Princeton in 1961 with a degree in philosophy and went on to earn both a Ph.D. and an MBA from Stanford University. Before joining the Princeton University faculty in 1997, Zschau was a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and at Harvard Business School and also represented the Silicon Valley area in the U.S. House of Representatives for two terms in the 1980s. A serial entrepreneur as well, Prof. Zschau has an incredibly consistent and unparalleled teaching record for his course in High Tech Entrepreneurship, which has been oversubscribed every semester that it has been offered and has launched several student companies after graduation.

PEN & Keller Center Entrepreneurial Summer Internship Program


The Keller Center (with a lot of help from Professor Ed Zschau) within the Princeton School of Engineering and Applied Science has established a summer internship program for Princeton undergraduate students who are interested in experiencing and learning from work assignments in entrepreneurial enterprises. Although many large companies have extensive summer job programs and have an established presence on the Princeton campus, many young emerging companies who might desire and benefit from a summer intern do not have such programs or campus presence. If you work at or with start-ups who might want to participate in this program please read more about the program here. Contact Sabrina Parson at sabrina@alumni.princeton.edu to get started posting internship opportunities on the Keller Center web site.

Sponsors: If you are interested in sponsoring this or another PEN event, please email us at sponsorship@princetonenboston.org.

Event Information
Wednesday, Jan 26 2011 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm [ iCal ]
McCarter & English
265 Franklin St.
Boston, MA

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