Drexel Entrepreneurship School to Teach Entrepreneurs How to be Entrepreneurial

Using $12.5 million in donations from the Charles and Barbara Close Foundation (Charles is class of ’36), Drexel is founding a School of Entrepreneurship. Called, you guessed it, the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship. It’ll be the first one of its kind in Philadelphia. Though it’s sort of unclear what will actually be learned there. Take the planned “Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community,” “where like-minded students will live in a residential environment dedicated to entrepreneurship programming.” Also: “the School will also serve the regional entrepreneurial and business community through its thought leadership in entrepreneurship research.” Sounds interesting! [Technically Philly]