Located on the 4th floor of the Sawyer Building, the Entrepreneurship Resource Center provides a workspace for collaboration. It also provides program and startup support for students and alumni.
Entrepreneurship undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to use the Resource Center to collaborate with other students, alumni, mentors, and faculty.
In April, the Center hosts the Entrepreneurship Event (E-Vent) as an opportunity for students to engage with the entrepreneurial community, announce competition winners, recognize accomplishments, and network with other entrepreneurs and alumni.
We also honor our students with several awards:
- Director’s Award
- Entrepreneur of the Year Award
- Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award
- Entrepreneurship Academic Award
- Entrepreneurship Service Award
- Angelo N. Scangas Entrepreneurship Scholarship
Entrepreneurship Honor Society
Celebrate your achievements and join Sigma Nu Tau, the only entrepreneurial-based, academic honors society. As a founding chapter of the society, we aim to bolster your entrepreneurial spirit and give you the recognition you deserve.
As a member, you'll work with high school students to promote higher education. Sigma Nu Tau students have led the partnership with entrepreneurship high school programs, such as BUILD.org.
Eligible undergraduate students must have a major in entrepreneurship and a minimum GPA of 3.4 after completing at least 72 credits.
Eligible graduate students must have a concentration in entrepreneurship and a minimum GPA of 3.6 after completing at least 26 credits.
Applicants are nominated by the group’s faculty advisor, George Moker, or by the faculty secretary, Suzyn Ornstein. Nominees then submit the Student Membership Application to email@example.com.
The Center has eight ambassadors (two from each class) who help develop and implement entrepreneurship programs.
Entrepreneurship Week is held twice a year, in the fall and spring.
Majors compete in the Entrepreneurship Trade Show, where more than 100 ideas and 500 guests engage in a competition for a chance at funding from the Alumni Seed Fund.
Attend Innovation Hour with Executive in Residence Sushil Bhatia and receive feedback on your new product idea.
Bhatia, who is a globally known innovator, entrepreneur, inventor, and author, will offer guidance to help you refine your idea. These mentorship sessions will help you increase your product’s competitive advantage, while providing compelling benefits for the consumer.
The bi-weekly sessions are open to all Suffolk students and alumni who have entered the Dr. Sushil Bhatia Competition for Innovative Ideas.
- Tuesdays: 1-2pm in 73 Tremont, Room 7010.
- Thursdays: 1-2pm in 73 Tremont, Room 7010.
For more information, contact Sushil Bhatia at firstname.lastname@example.org