Joe Callahan, a career entrepreneur, will discuss his 25 years of software application development experience and the company he built around data mining.
E-Labs, a semester-long series related to innovation and entrepreneurship, are open to all students and faculty.
This teaching and performance event is focused on the creative collaborations and innovative outcomes of the 1948 summer arts institute at Black Mountain College. The event features an improvisational dance led by Christina Soriano, a John Cage piece performed by Louie Goldstein, an exploration of Willem de Kooning by Jay Curley, and various other performances by students and faculty.
Join faculty and students in celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week. A catered lunch will be provided.
Wake Forest's fourth independently organized TEDx event will feature innovative speakers from diverse industries. Stay tuned for more details.