Entrepreneurship is the focus for Indiana University visitors
A delegation from Indiana University heard how enterprise and entrepreneurship is supported across Cambridge University on a visit to the IfM.
Dr Michael McRobbie, President of Indiana University and Professor of Cognitive Science and Philosophy, was visiting Cambridge as part of a programme designed to expand the US university’s international links.
He was given an overview of the work of the IfM by Dr Tim Minshall, Senior Lecturer in Technology Management, who went on to describe some of the groups and activities set up to support entrepreneurship within the university. Indiana University is a leading centre for entrepreneurship and is interested in exploring possible collaboration opportunities with other academic institutions.
Dr McRobbie was accompanied by three colleagues from the university. The photograph shows from left to right: Shawn Reynolds, Tim Minshall, Laurie Burns McRobbie, Michael McRobbie and Patrick O'Meara.
1 June 2010