Visiting Associate Professor, Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering
Entrepreneurial course taught by Professor Lilly
GE 498: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Green Engineering
As in the past, the future business opportunities for engineers and scientists will involve solving the world’s biggest and most important problems. Technological breakthroughs in pollution control, resource utilization, and protecting human health and the environment will drive new businesses, services, and potentially create a business revolution on the scale of the industrial revolution. This course is designed to introduce engineering students to global environmental issues in the context of applying entrepreneurial principals and market forces towards solutions. Students will actively engage in the examination of a critical environmental issue in their particular engineering discipline and explore solutions that make sense in a free enterprise business framework.
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