Faculty teaching in the ESE Minor

The Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise minor is an interdisciplinary minor involving many faculty across most departments of the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as the Business School.  Several faculty from across the University are closely affiliated with the ESE minor and the ICE program.  Most of these offer courses for the Minor every year.  

Several faculty from across the University are closely affiliated with the ESE minor and the ICE program.  Most of these offer courses for the Minor every year.

  • Paúl Pauca, Lelia and David Farr Professor of Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship, ICE Faculty Director
  • Polly Black, Professor of Practice in Business and Entrepreneurship, John C. Whitaker, Jr. Executive Director Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship
  • Lynn Book, Associate Teaching Professor in Theatre and Dance, Associate Director for Creativity and Innovation
  • Dan Cohen, Professor of Practice in Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Bill Conner, Professor of Biology
  • Jan Detter, Visiting Professor of Practice
  • Ben King, Professor of Practice, School of Business
  • Michele Gillespie, Professor of History, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Linda Howe, Associate Professor of Romance Languages
  • Angela Kocze, Visiting Assistant Professor, Women's and Gender Studies
  • Dilip Kondepudi, Professor of Chemistry
  • Abdessadek Lachgar, Professor of Chemistry
  • Stan Mandel, Professor of Practice in Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Ananda Mitra, Professor of Communication
  • Chris Mumford, Visiting Instructor
  • Greg Pool, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Visiting Instructor
  • David Phillips, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Humanities
  • Anna Rubino, Professor, Women's and Gender Studies
  • Amy Wallis, Professor of Practice, School of Business
  • Robert Whaples, Professor of Economics
  • Ulrike Wiethaus, Professor of Religion and American Ethnic Studies