Depaul’s Coleman Entrepreneurship Center was up front and center in a Businessweek article eariler last month about the rise in social ventures among young entrepreneurs. Here’s what Raman Chadha, director the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center, had to say about the trend:
[Chadha] attributes the trend to “a philosophical difference” in today’s youth. By and large, he says, U.S. college students are in tune with buzzed-about issues—rising fuel costs, global warming, a sluggish economy—and “they want to do something about them.”
Coleman’s course on sustainable enterprise was also featured; you can check out the full article at the Businessweek website.