The Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies is an innovative real-world approach combined with the Business School's traditional management excellence to encourage and nurture students in preparing for entrepreneurial careers to succeed, autonomously or in a corporate setting, as leaders for new venture creation and growth.
The Center for Entrepreneurship provides action-focused experiences through classes, programs and training that are designed to teach the skills needed to successfully translate high-potential projects and ideas into the world. In learning these skills, individuals become better prepared to identify and act on opportunities to solve problems in any organization or entrepreneurial endeavour.
The School of Public Health Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship program’s goal is to focus on the creation, nurturing and sharing of ideas, approaches, concepts and prototypes which will help create dramatic improvements to the public’s health. SPH recognizes the need for supporting public health research and seeks to provide an environment for stimulating innovation.
Located downtown among the Ann Arbor startup community, the TechArb is a hub for student-driven entrepreneurial activities at the University of Michigan. As a co-working space, it serves as training grounds for a variety of programs, teams, and organizations, an office for TechArb staff, and home of the TechArb Student Venture Accelerator.