Center for Entrepreneurship
The Center for Entrepreneurship at Fisher College of Business is an official academic center of The Ohio State University. In addition, the center facilitates entrepreneurial learning and experiences that will impact a global economy and stimulates economic growth by assisting new company formation and graduating students who possess strong entrepreneurial skills and experiences.
Entrepreneurship academy named for Langdale
Fisher alumnus Nathan Hurd, a former president of Ohio State’s Business Builders Club, remembers the exact date Rich Langdale came to Fisher’s campus — such was the impact the entrepreneur and teacher had on his time as an undergraduate student. Read more.
Our Vision and Mission
The Center for Entrepreneurship at Fisher College of Business is an official academic center of The Ohio State University. Launched in November 2001, the Center supports academic research, education and community engagement in entrepreneurship. The Center strives to advance both the science and practice of entrepreneurship so as to stimulate economic growth and development through new company formation, technology commercialization, and improved competitive performance of entrepreneurial ventures.
The founders of the Fisher Center for Entrepreneurship believed that the Center could be the global leader in the development and dissemination of entrepreneurship theory and practice. From this vision, the mission was derived. The mission of the Center for Entrepreneurship is to:
Our mission is derived from three core values:
About Fisher College of Business
Ranked by U.S. News and World Report among the top 25 business schools in the country, The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business offers full-time, part-time and executive MBA, Master of Accounting, Master of Human Resource Management and Master of Business Logistics and Engineering programs. The college of business was started in 1916, and was named Fisher College of Business in 1993, in honor of Max M. Fisher, a noted philanthropist, industrialist and alumnus of the college.