Print copies of the magazine were inserted in CBJ’s weekly publication this week, and the digital edition may be viewed at http://bluetoad.com/publication?m=37677&l=1
The special edition of Entrepreneur 101 focuses exclusively on faculty entrepreneurs and others in Iowa’s Creative Corridor who have benefited from UI support. Programs and services cited in the magazine include the UI John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center’s statewide Venture Schools, UI Partners, UI Ventures, the UI Research Foundation, UI Research Park, and other resources offered by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development.
The issue includes Karim Abdel-Malek of SantosHuman, Dawn Ainger of Genova Technologies, Max Baker of Clipse Therapeutic, Tara Cronbaugh of The Java House, Matthew Howard of Direct Spinal Therapeutics, Richard Hurtig of Iowa Adaptive Technologies (now called Voxello), Chris Klitgaard of MediRevv, Josh Krakauer of Sculpt, John Mickelson of Midwest Growth Partners, Emily Roberts of Western Wise Consulting, Kristi Thiel of Immortagen, T.J. Tollakson of Rüster Sports, Zac Voss of Voss Distributing, and Alec Whitters of Higher Learning Technologies.
“These researchers, innovators, and business owners are shining examples of the entrepreneurial spirit that’s thriving at the university, in the corridor, and across the state of Iowa,” said Daniel A. Reed, Vice President for Research and Economic Development, who wrote a forward for the magazine. “These men and women are the face of Iowa’s 21st century economy.”
The Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development provides resources and support to researchers and scholars at the University of Iowa and to businesses across Iowa with the goal of forging new frontiers of discovery and innovation and promoting a culture of creativity that benefits the campus, the state, and the world. More at http://research.uiowa.edu, and on Twitter: @DaretoDiscover.