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New Entrepreneurship Degree

Alyssa Cadavid explains her business model called "Books for Better Outlooks" to a fellow student during the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge.

Students to receive strong foundation in the entrepreneurial skillset and mindset

COB Student Takes Third at Entrepreneurship Challenge

College senior wins $2,500 in prizes.

Inaugural Entrepreneurship Challenge Finds its Winner

Taylor Hicks

Business sophomore wins inaugural entrepreneurship challenge.

Harris Named Director of ECU’s Miller School of Entrepreneurship

Dr. Mike Harris

Announcement recognizes Dr. Harris’ leadership.

Entrepreneurship Challenge Moves to Round 3

Second-round winners of the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge include, from left to right, Magus Pereira, Paul Safrit, Jordan Rice, Taylor Hicks, Nick Walden, Matt McCall and Victor Still.

Seven teams to move on to final round of Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge.

Entrepreneurship on Display

First-round voting was recently held for the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge, a campus-wide event put on by the College of Business’ Miller School of Entrepreneurship.

Fifty-seven student ventures pitched their ideas/products to almost 700 ECU students.

Calling All Pirate Entrepreneurs

The College of Business and its Miller School of Entrepreneurship (MSOE) want to enhance ECU’s entrepreneurial culture.

Find the Next Entrepreneur!


Play a key role in the first round of the inaugural Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge, which is only one week away!

Stan Eakins: a legacy for the ages

“It turns out being a dean is a lot of work.”

Crisp Center updates – Fall ’22

Fall 2022 has been a busy semester for the Crisp Small Business Resource Center.  The Center has seen an expansion of existing programs and the addition of a couple of […]