Our Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises department is passionately committed to entrepreneurship as a life philosophy. Entrepreneurship faculty and administrators believe in total student immersion. Our students are exposed to all facets of entrepreneurship through both classroom learning and outside the classroom resources and outreach programs through the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship.
A student-centered, low-cost, and supportive business incubator that helps new start-ups get established and develop to the point where they can stand on their own.
An internationally recognized initiative providing unique entrepreneurial opportunities for 20 highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students.
A campus-wide student business plan competition, hosted by the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship in the Whitman School of Management.
A community based microenterprise incubator, the SSIC provides office space and equipment to foster the creation of new ventures and help existing businesses grow.
The Syracuse University Student CNY Business Award is sponsored by the Whitman Alumni Club of Central New York. This award recognizes students who have started or are starting their own business that will remain in Central New York. The winner is eligible for more than $15,000 in prizes.
A fellowship of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to the discovery and celebration of the innovative potential in all of us, empowering you to see yourself as an agent of change in the arts and sciences, commercial activities, technology, and in social activities.
Thanks to a donation from Jeffrey A. Linowes ‘77, Whitman is able to award $2,000 in startup/seed money to the new venture idea that represents the best potential for growth and development and exhibits creativity and out-of-the-box thinking.