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Technological Entrepreneurship Ranked Among Nation’s Top 13

“Entrepreneur” magazine has named the technological entrepreneurship program at Rensselaer’s Lally School of Management and Technology one of the top 13 schools in the nation. The rankings are posted on the magazine’s Web site and in the May ’04 issue.


The Lally School was among 13 business schools that represent “the top tier of the very best programs in the country,” according to Entrepreneur.

Rankings are based on more than 30 criteria including course offerings, teaching and research faculty, business-community outreach, research centers and institutes, advisory boards, off-campus programs, entrepreneurial initiatives, degrees and certificates offered, and faculty and alumni evaluations.

“The Entrepreneur ranking is an affirmation of the Lally School’s excellent faculty, seven of whom are recognized scholars in entrepreneurship. Their ability to provide the experiential learning required to develop the next generation of technological entrepreneurs has been proven time and time again,” says Denis Fred Simon, Lally School dean. “We are thrilled to be recognized for our success in helping students realize their goals to develop new, innovative products and services, and in so doing, create the jobs of the future that will enable their companies to compete in an ever-changing global economy.”

Entrepreneur Media Inc., May 2004
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