The Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee (PEAC) is gathering input and exploring options related to the vision, structures and mechanisms of fostering entrepreneurship at Princeton in the “Princeton way.”
Please participate in the survey below to join the
conversation about the future of entrepreneurship at Princeton.
Your input is critically important. Learn more about the
of this effort and our process.
Our broad working definition of “entrepreneurship” is
“initiating transformative changes and challenging conventions through
risk-taking actions using relatively small amount of resources." Examples include social entrepreneurship, technology entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship within a large corporation or other entrepreneurial activities during any stage of a career.
What is your campus affiliation?
1 Do you consider yourself an entrepreneur (as broadly defined above) or have interests in entrepreneurship?
2 Are you currently involved in any entrepreneurial efforts or activities on campus?
3 Do you think entrepreneurship should become part of the Princeton education and experience?
4 Do you think entrepreneurship should become part of Princeton’s:
5 Did you feel you had sufficient entrepreneurial opportunities while a student at Princeton?
6 If you had entrepreneurial opportunities after graduation, did Princeton inspire, assist or prepare you for these activities?
7 Would you be willing to advise, assist or mentor any students or faculty members interested in entrepreneurship?
If yes, please indicate your name, class and email address:
8 PEAC would greatly appreciate any advice, feedback, critique or suggestions regarding entrepreneurial activities. If you are interested in being involved, please indicate how and any specific areas of interest.
2 Have you been involved in any entrepreneurial activities on campus?
3 Have you filed patents or transferred your research to practice while working at Princeton?
4 Have you created a start-up company while working at Princeton?
5 Do you think entrepreneurship should become part of the Princeton education and experience?
6 Do you believe entrepreneurship should become part of Princeton's:
7 Should undergraduate students be allowed, if approved by the faculty adviser, to pursue an entrepreneurial project for their independent work, junior paper or senior thesis?
8 What role should entrepreunership play in Princeton's teaching, research and service missions?
9 If you think Princeton should expand its role in entrepreneurship, what would you suggest as good structures and mechanisms?
10 If you have filed a patent, licensed your research results or created a start-up while at Princeton, please comment on your experiences:
1 How are you involved with entrepreneurship at Princeton? (Mark all that apply)
Please specify your other involvement
2 Are you interested in getting more exposure to entrepreneurship?
3 PEAC would greatly appreciate any advice, feedback, critique or suggestions regarding entrepreneurial activities. If you are interested in being involved, please indicate how and any specific areas of interest.
PEAC would greatly appreciate any advice, feedback, critique or suggestions regarding entrepreneurial activities at Princeton.
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Last update: May 21, 2014