After 10 years: How U-M's Zell Lurie Institute is influencing entrepreneurial culture
The Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business is celebrating its 10th year. Here’s Business Review’s list of the institute’s top 5 culture-changing influences:
Investment: The institute’s newest venture capital effort, the Social Venture Fund, adds to its existing student-led VC funds: the $3.5 million Wolverine Venture Fund and $500,000 Frankel Commercialization Fund. The funds invest in local tech businesses.