The Duree Center for Entrepreneurship, directed by Dr. Karl Kammerer, is one of three focus centers of the John W. Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise. The Center inspires and supports the entrepreneurial spirit in Lindenwood students and the larger community by creating, nurturing, and advancing entrepreneurial endeavors through long-term mentorship, partnership, and internship.
The Center is focused on student development, community outreach, business creation, and university publicity. To achieve these goals, efforts are made to actively seek out prospective students, break through interdisciplinary boundaries within the university, open Lindenwood facilities to the public, and build a network of people and organizations for future internship and mentoring opportunities. All Duree Center activities and programs support the innovative and creative power of entrepreneurship.
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Dr. Karl Kammerer
Duree Center Director
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