Congratulations to MITO Material Solutions, led by Haley Kurtz and Kevin Keith.  MITO won 1st place in the high-growth graduate division of the Donald. W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Competition.36 Degrees North, a Tulsa entrepreneurship hub for startups, is now open! As a founding partner, OSU students can enjoy benefits as well as apply for an office space.The new Spears School of Business Building will contain a fantastic New Venture Accelerator which will be a cornerstone of our program.  The accelerator will look somewhat like the one pictured here.The School of Entrepreneurship sent a study abroad group to Israel for the first time in March. Students participated in classes with the College of Law and Business in Tel Aviv and toured historic sites during the trip.Billy Goat Ice Cream features ice cream made from goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk.  This a big plus because it makes it OK for people who are lactose intolerant to eat.  Billy Goat Ice cream was started by School of Entrepreneurship master’s students Rashaun Robinson and Caleb Neil.
Congratulations to MITO Material Solutions, led by Haley Kurtz and Kevin Keith. MITO won 1st place in the high-growth graduate division of the Donald. W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Competition.
36 Degrees North, a Tulsa entrepreneurship hub for startups, is now open! As a founding partner, OSU students can enjoy benefits as well as apply for an office space.
The new Spears School of Business Building will contain a fantastic New Venture Accelerator which will be a cornerstone of our program. The accelerator will look somewhat like the one pictured here.
The School of Entrepreneurship sent a study abroad group to Israel for the first time in March. Students participated in classes with the College of Law and Business in Tel Aviv and toured historic sites during the trip.
Billy Goat Ice Cream features ice cream made from goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk. This a big plus because it makes it OK for people who are lactose intolerant to eat. Billy Goat Ice cream was started by School of Entrepreneurship master’s students Rashaun Robinson and Caleb Neil.

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