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  1. 1. 2 3THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Next Generation Curriculum Business plan competitions. Students will compete in teams to build a business, incorporating vision, strategic planning, finance, strategy, marketing, intellectual property protection and commer- cialization, negotiation, company formation, and organizational management and leadership. 2 3 Entrepreneurship boot camp. Students, faculty, and administrators from the en- tire campus will enroll in two-week intensive sum- mer boot camps taught by experienced Professors of Practice or Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, teaching them to think like an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs-in- Residence. Seasoned leaders from the world of business, government, and not-for- profits will join the College on a part- time basis to offer courses, master classes, mentoring, and executive training programs. 1 Tatiana Stolyarova UND ‘16 4 Business & Public Affairs Living-Learning Commu- nity (BPA LLC). Dynamic residential life for student cohorts will be augmented by unique educational and social opportunities, including brown-bags with faculty or entrepreneurs, focused tutor- ing and advising, and discussions. 5 Executive management and leadership development programs. Renew your focus, expand your skill- set, and enhance your credentials to get ahead! Experienced leaders in growing North Dakota and national companies, agencies and corporations with a global focus can gain new knowledge and skills. An Executive MBA or MPA will be tailored to address and meet the needs of regional, national, and global emerging issues and leadership. Our next-generation curriculum will allow everyone, from undergraduates to experienced executives, to expand their horizons.
  2. 2. The New Era Of Innovation business.UND.edu P O W E R F U L S O L U T I O N S F O R T H E M O D E R N B U S I N E S S S C H O O L A Vision for the University of North Dakota College of Business & Public Administration featuring the New School of Entrepreneurship [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Facing page is original cover of document. This document was reformatted for LinkedIn.com profile to begin with student group spread.
  3. 3. 6 7THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] The production, dis- tribution and use of knowledge is the main driver of growth and wealth creation across all industries in today’s global economy. Our strategic vision is to propel the UND organi- zation and state of North Dakota to even greater success. We will do this by emphasizing “innovation” with a new University of North Dakota College of Business & Public Admin- istration (CoBPA) build- ing, featuring a dedicated SchoolofEntrepreneurship. This new CoBPA will be the hub and heart of the entire UND campus. It will inspire entrepreneurship and collaboration across disciplines igniting a new growth at the University, state of North Dakota, and beyond. And although the future cannot be predicted, we’re confident we have a bright one, because we believe in innovation. At CoBPA, innovators shine. THOMAS M. DILORENZO PROVOST & VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS The New School of Entrepreneurship will foster a vibrant innovative culture spanning the University, state, nation, and world. The New Era Of InnovationTHE UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - FUTURE HUB & HEART OF UND Thomas M. DiLorenzo Provost & VP for Academic Affairs Our Differentiating Factors The new School of Entrepreneurship will offer a curriculum that develops core skills in leadership, information technology, communication, teamwork, ethics, and globalization. Regional and national businesses offer internship ex- periences for UND students. Many of our Accountancy students will intern with top accounting firms and will receive job offers two years prior to graduation. North Dakota Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has evolved into a strong statewide network of eleven centers. SBDC provides one-on-one con- sulting services to small businesses across the state. Students develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences outside a traditional academic setting. A shining example is the successful Dakota Venture Group, which has been ranked #1 nationally. Helped launch more than 670 ventures that employ more than 6,000 while securing more than $140 M in investment – embedded with student engagement. Employing the very best in wireless networking infrastructure, classrooms and lecture halls will be able to quickly adapt to changes and advancements in technology. School of Entrepreneurship Top-rated Internships Small Business Development Experiential Learning Center for Innovation Adaptable Technology
  4. 4. 8 9THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Next Generation Curriculum Business plan competitions. Students will compete in teams to build a business, incorporating vision, strategic planning, finance, strategy, marketing, intellectual property protection and commer- cialization, negotiation, company formation, and organizational management and leadership. 2 3 Entrepreneurship boot camp. Students, faculty, and administrators from the en- tire campus will enroll in two-week intensive sum- mer boot camps taught by experienced Professors of Practice or Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, teaching them to think like an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs-in- Residence. Seasoned leaders from the world of business, government, and not-for- profits will join the College on a part- time basis to offer courses, master classes, mentoring, and executive training programs. 1 Tatiana Stolyarova UND ‘16 4 Business & Public Affairs Living-Learning Commu- nity (BPA LLC). Dynamic residential life for student cohorts will be augmented by unique educational and social opportunities, including brown-bags with faculty or entrepreneurs, focused tutor- ing and advising, and discussions. 5 Executive management and leadership development programs. Renew your focus, expand your skill- set, and enhance your credentials to get ahead! Experienced leaders in growing North Dakota and national companies, agencies and corporations with a global focus can gain new knowledge and skills. An Executive MBA or MPA will be tailored to address and meet the needs of regional, national, and global emerging issues and leadership. Our next-generation curriculum will allow everyone, from undergraduates to experienced executives, to expand their horizons.
  5. 5. 10 11THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Adaptable Space for the Modern Age SCALE-UP Classrooms. Active, peer-to-peer learning “flips” the experience in classrooms that transform students into teachers via “Student-Centered Ac- tive-Learning Environments with Upside-Down Pedagogies.” 1 Flexible Mix. A mix of small, medium, and large spaces, fully wired, online, and interactive, that can easily be reconfigured for classes, simulations, speakers, conferences, and events. 2 The Emerson Lecture and Performance Auditorium. 3 Top Technology. Technology brings the outside world in—corporate, govern- ment, and non-profit experts throughout the curriculum, and for unique community events or state, national, and global con- ferences that make business come alive. 4 Entrepreneur Lab. Dedicated space to facilitate student research projects and collaboration with faculty and Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, in- cluding interactive touchscreens so students can learn about the “company of the day.” Innovation Atrium. Open atrium with natural light that encourages gathering and collaboration, modeled on Google Campus. 5
  6. 6. 12 13THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Bringing Entrepreneurship . . . To The Entire Campus The state of North Dakota is a unique incubator for entrepreneurs. Unprecedented eco- nomic growth and development, a population boom, and an influx of new start-ups and established global companies spell innovation. Already recognized as one of the first business schools to equip students with the skills to succeed as entrepreneurs, the CoBPA is ready to change the game in entrepreneur- ship education at home and around the world. Today’s biggest challenges facing the state, nation, and globe cross disciplines and require innovative evidence-and data-driven solutions generated by private and public sector partnerships. Inside the classroom and out, we focus on active learning, practi- cal skill-development, and real-world problem solving, equipping students and experi- enced executives with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be profession-ready. With international programs and partnerships spanning the globe from Turkey to Brazil, China to Norway, our graduates are equipped with the real-world international experi- ences necessary to tackle today’s biggest issues facing both the private and public sec- tors, and innovate in tomorrow’s global economy. “Today’s top business schools transform our states’ economies and shape the nation’s future” - Linda Pancratz, UND ‘76 The new School of Entrepreneurship will deliver a dynamic curriculum and exciting programming to the entire UND campus, eastern and western North Dakota, and beyond, inspiring every student to become their own best entrepreneur. Certificate Program. From Art to Zoology, all graduates will have the chance to obtain a Certificate of Entrepreneurship to accompany their major degree. 1 Creative Thinking. Whether students major in Aviation or Anthropology, Finance or Forensic Science, Marketing or Mathematics, they’ll take courses from the School of Entrepreneurship that will build the foundation for creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial thinking, problem solving, and teamwork. 2 Dynamic Programming. Each week, the new School of Entrepreneurship will bring exciting programming to the entire campus and community, with outreach to the state, nation, and world. 3 Experiential Learning. Emerging entrepreneurs engage with other talented and successful entrepreneurs through the new School of Entrepreneurship and the internationally recognized UND Center for Innovation. 4
  7. 7. 14 15THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Building On Success “CoBPA’s new School of Entrepre- neurship will take innovation and entrepreneurship to the next level. Capitalizing on the strength of North Dakota as a proving ground for what works, this new school will be the national leader in promoting the entrepreneurial vision. It will be the place where private and public sectors work hand-in- hand to promote commerce, commercialization, investment, and innova- tion in a dynamic global environment.” Ranked in the top 5% of more than 15,000 busi- ness schools worldwide BY THE NUMBERS CoBPA ranked #32 out of 1000 online graduate programs in 2014 U.S. News and World Report North Dakota ranked second among best states for business (Forbes 2013) North Dakota ranked #1 in promoting growth (2013 U.S. Chamber) 99% OF ALL BUSINESS SCHOOL GRADUATES GET JOBS AFTER GRADUATION! ROBERT O. KELLEY, PH.D. UND PRESIDENT “From teamwork to technology, space matters. Quite simply, a new building means new ways to teach the next generation of leaders, and inspire innova- tive research that will transform how we do business. That’s the return on investment that CoBPA will deliver!” - Steve Light, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs What Our Grads Are Saying DAVID KONERZA UND BA ‘07, MBA ‘10 SR. PROJECT MANAGER MALVIKA MATHAROO UND BA ‘07 AVIATION MANAGEMENT NATALIE MAZUR UND BA ‘13 ACCOUNTANCY GREG SYRUP ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘12 UND MBA ‘14 “Thanks to excellent internship opportunities while pursuing my MBA, I was able to hit the ground run- ning from my first day at the Target Corporation.” “Today I draw upon my unique experiences and journey to motivate youth all over the country to follow their dreams.” “I’m from Russia — UND has provided me many ben- efits besides a quality education. I have developed many connections to help find a job after graduation.” “The experiential learning opportunities at the CoBPA provide excellent opportunities to get to speak with successful leaders throughout the country.” “IwashiredevenbeforeIgraduatedwhichprovedtome, UNDwastherightchoice.” - David Konerza, UND ‘07, MBA ‘10 CALLIE HALL UND MBA ‘12 MARKETING TANNER PRUESS UND MBA ‘13 FINANCE KRISTIN HECK UND JD ‘12 UND MBA ‘12 ALEX NAASTAD UND MBA ‘12 BUSINESS “At UND, faculty, staff and peers supported each other inside and outside of the classroom. I am truly grateful for my experiences at UND.” “Through CoBPA student organizations, I had the chance of a lifetime to travel to China and teach at the University of Shanghai Science and Technology.” “My current job is a perfect combination of my two degrees in that I work intellectual property issues as well as working with pricing and financial analysis. ” “I chose to return to Grand Forks to pursue my MBA from UND because of the excellent experiential learning opportunities the CoBPA offers”
  8. 8. 99% of All UND Business School Graduates Get Jobs After Graduation. Active learning and collaborative research are the wave of the future. A new Entrepreneurship School will connect our students with opportunity in unprecedented ways. - Tom Clement, Entrepreneurship Chair
  9. 9. 18 19THE NEW UND COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN BUSINESS SCHOOL --- [ DRAFT VERSION 03.07.14 ] Jared Bickler - UND ‘11 Natalia Mazur - UND ‘15 Sven Jorgenson - UND ‘14 Our graduates are ready to lead Although the future cannot be predicted, we’re confident we have a bright one because we believe in innovation. THOMAS M. DILORENZO, PH.D. PROVOST & VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Join us in building the new College of Business and Public Administration where we will take innovation to the next level, transforming the entire UND experience for future generations of leaders.
  10. 10. Innovation Atrium Deanna Carlson Zink CEO UND Alumni Assoc. & Foundation (701) 777-2538 deannac@UNDfoundation.org Bruce Gjovig Entrepreneur Coach & Director of the Center for Innovation (701) 777-3132 bruce@innovators.net Kim Woods Senior Director of Development (701) 740-0876 kimw@UNDfoundation.org Open atrium with natural light encourages gathering and collaboration, modeled on Google Campus. Lauren Fischer UND ‘12 Marketing & French

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